An in depth look at the California State University executive raises, including President Jeffery Armstrong’s five figure raise.
Spending limit a first for this year’s ASI election
This year’s Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) elections are the first to feature presidential campaign spending limits. The $2,000 spending limit was passed by the ASI Board of Directors Jan. 11 as part of the ASI Election Code. This spending limit only applies to presidential candidates; there is no cap for ASI Board of Directors candidates. […]
UPD spends almost $16,000 for Milo and Unite security
UPD spent $15,800 on security for the Milo and Unite events on Jan. 31.
Armstrong spends more on travel than any other CSU president, study finds
“If I stay home more, Cal Poly is going to be at a disadvantage in a competitive world,” Armstrong said. “If that’s the case, then our students will be at a disadvantage. It is contributing indirectly to our student’s success.”
National debt, worry on the rise
Without changes, spending for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid would dramatically increase the budget deficit and debt.