New priority registration system in the works

Cal Poly is working toward giving students a registration time slot based on how many units they’ve earned and dropping priority registration altogether.

Cal Poly hits record number of applicants for Fall 2014

Undergraduate applications increased roughly 10 percent from last year, Associate Vice Provost for Enrollment and Marketing James Maraviglia said.

Cal Poly buys four houses adjacent to campus on Grand Avenue

All four homes were purchased from a private seller with Cal Poly Corporation funds.

Matt Yount to be honored at vigil

Matt Yount, a business administration junior, passed away on Nov. 21 while studying abroad in Spain. Yount and another Cal Poly student jumped into cold, rushing water on their way back from a bar around 3:30 a.m. The current took Yount downstream. His body was found five hours later.

Learn By Doing video faces controversy

A video focusing on both Cal Poly’s international student population and Learn By Doing culture went viral on campus earlier this year — but some complained when Cal Poly’s College of Liberal Arts (CLA) wasn’t included in the video.

Sustainable energy movement comes to Cal Poly

A world-wide energy movement is reaching out to Cal Poly this November to educate students, faculty and staff on ways to find a rational middle for sustainable energy for the future.

Local organization hopes to provide SLO County with clean energy

In this day and age, the freedom to know and choose what is most environmentally sustainable for our world is a blessing. This freedom, however, may not be so prevalent locally — at least not yet.

Half marathon unites students

As the sun began its usual race against time this past Sunday, a group of energized individuals prepared for a race of their own.

PIKE to honor brother at charity barbecue Sunday

After the death of Cal Poly student Luke Powers during the first week of classes, Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) is hosting a barbecue and fundraiser in remembrance of their friend.

Cal Poly officials tighten up on off-campus behavior

Are actions of misconduct committed off campus as significant as those committed on campus?

Officials at Cal Poly believe so.

Employers use Collegiate Learning Assessment for hiring purposes

Mustang Daily Staff Report [follow id=”mustangdaily”] For students at Cal Poly, an old assessment might now be used as a new approach to get ahead in the job market. More than 200 American colleges, including Cal Poly, offer the Collegiate…