ASI President Storelli says goodbye

ASI president Sarah Storelli reflects on her year as the representative of the Cal Poly campus.

ASI Biweekly Update

The ASI Board of Directors held its second-to-last biweekly meeting last night.

Armstrong calls for change after recent sexual assaults

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong organized a task force of Academic Senate chair Rachel Fernflores, vice president of Student Affairs Cornel Morton and Associated Students Inc. president Sarah Storelli to meet today and discuss future sexual assault prevention.

From stunt team to student government

While success does not seem too far out of reach for the newly-elected president, until she officially takes office on June 20, she said she is exactly the person her campaign platform said she is: a regular student.

ASI announces 2011-2012 President-Elect

Associated Students Inc. announced the 2011-2012 president-elect, Kiyana Tabrizi, today.

ASI president breaks down UU and ASI fees

Over the course of winter quarter, student government hosted Advocacy, Outreach and Accountability events titled “Donuts for Your Doubts” during University Union (UU) Hour, in order to obtain your concerns and respond accordingly. One of the main topics several students…

ASI spreads Cal Poly influence to state level

Sarah Storelli is the ASI President. Storelli along with Kostas McDade and Nick Dindio write the State of the Students column.

Storelli explains it all

Sarah Storelli is the ASI President. Storelli along with Kostas McDade and Nick Dindio will write the State of the Students column.

Cal Poly presidential search begins … again

While the candidates are currently confidential, students will be able to address the presidential candidates at open forums throughout the week in the University Union.

Student fees increase

Another increase in student fees means already struggling campuses in CSU system may face even more hardship.

ASI Elections end, investigations underway

The ASI Elections end but candidates who broke campaign policy could face fines and disqualification.