Beloved custodian, ‘father figure’ Francisco Ayala dies

Ayala “went beyond his job and what was expected from him” to engage with students and offer help.

Pepper spray OK on campus, but not always best choice

University Police Department Chief George Hughes confirmed students, faculty and staff members are allowed to carry sprays like mace and pepper spray on campus and in buildings, including University Housing units.

Just one more drink: On-campus alcohol poisoning calls on the rise this year

According to University Police Department numbers, there were a total of 63 alcohol and drug related hospital calls made on campus last year. With the current academic year almost over, there have already been 58 calls.

Red brick competition motivates students to spend energy on conserving energy

This February, six freshmen residence halls—Trinity, Muir, Sequoia, Fremont, Santa Lucia and Tenaya—are battling it out to see which building can reduce its energy and water consumption the most over four weeks.

Talks ongoing for Grand Avenue housing project

Administrators will meet this week to discuss the future of the Grand Avenue housing project.

Community will have more time to comment on university housing plans

The project has sparked controversy among locals, who argue the neighborhood will be disrupted by the installation of approximately 1,475 more freshmen living close by.

Housing helping raise funds for Oklahoma tornado survivors

Cal Poly’s on-campus housing communities are raising money for the victims of the Oklahoma tornado tragedy through a change drive, which will last through the end of the school year.