Students should be aware of the following San Luis Obispo ordinances and what each entails. For more information, contact the University Police Department at (805) 756-2281. Noise Ordinance A tenant or property owner(s) is in violation of the Noise Ordinance if noise can be heard across the property line between 10 p.m. and 7 a.m. or […]
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Campus Dining switches it up this year
For the 2011-2012 school year, Campus Dining plans to make some significant changes to the type of services and the type of food it provides to students.
'Dancin' 2011' brings moves, groove to the PAC
A collection of dancers of all ages will gather on stage at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on August 14.
MAP: Construction on Campus
As on-campus construction continues, it may be hard to figure out how to get around. Check out our interactive map to know what’s going, and avoid arriving in class late.
San Luis Obispo parking fees to increase this fall
Charges for residential parking permits and downtown parking on Sundays will begin this fall.
Bridges to baccalaureate program
Oscar Tinoco smiles as he prepares a mixed solution in a large tube. The solution will eventually form a gel to be used as a medium in a polymerase chain reaction, a process which amplifies copies of a strand of DNA. Tinoco, along with his lab partner Julian Garcia, are Allan Hancock College students serving […]
Got milk? Two Cal Poly dairy science interns do
Cal Poly dairy science students Nisa Gallichio and Kate Tscharner earn prestigious internships at California Milk Advisory Board.
Students, university to face tuition increase aftermath
The CSU Board of Trustees finalized an additional 12 percent increase in tuition on July 12.
Lucky Penny to bring melodic folk to SLO
Four musical minds of Long Beach band Lucky Penny travel to Kreuzberg, CA to perform on July 11.
Jennifer Coolidge brings sassy act to Cal Poly
Stifler’s mom seduced again — but this time, she seduced Cal Poly.
Social constructions more like social cages
As human intelligence continues to grow, so does the amount of distraction from the bare essentials.