Poly students take marine robot expedition to Norway

Two Cal Poly professors and two alumni used marine robots to study underwater life in the Artic on an expedition to Norway last month.

Students discuss budget issues in teach-in

Three Cal Poly students held a teach-in discussion to raise awareness amongst the Cal Poly community on the impacts of the budget cuts to higher education.

Major accreditation not a major problem

There are 40 unaccredited majors at Cal Poly, these are the reasons why.

Former ambassador addresses students regarding economy

Former United States ambassador to Australia Bill Lane talked to a group of Cal Poly students Tuesday regarding concerns of finding jobs after college.

Local students hope to blur lines of homelessness with potluck dinners

The student members of Finer Things Thursday enjoy potluck dinners and friendly conversation with the homeless every Thursday at Mitchell Park.

World Poetry Slam Champion headlines Another Type of Groove

Award winning poet and World Poetry Slam Champion Joaquin Zihuatanejo will be the featured poet at the MultiCultural Center’s Another Type of Groove (ATOG) event tonight.

Rain dampens students, spirits

The squeaking of golashes could be heard throughout the hallways of the Cal Poly campus on Tuesday as hoards of poncho-clad students yielding upturned umbrellas scurried into sheltered hallways.

Professors prefer face time to Facebook

Despite an increase in opportunities for student-professor relationships outside the traditional educational setting with the use of Facebook, most people agree that maintaining a separation between professional and social lives is important.

Word on the Street: Will you be going in the ocean?

See what Cal Poly students and faculty members are thinking about the recent shark attack in Avila.

International students adjust to California life

Adjusting to life at Cal Poly, a university with a relatively small international exchange student population, poses obstacles for international students that are often overlooked by the average undergraduate.