As Cal Poly students, the vast majority of us have only had limited contact with law enforcement. However, there are a small number of us with some sort of significant criminal record.
The haziest day of the year could possibly be Nov. 2 when Proposition 19 could potentially legalize marijuana for those over 21.
Cal Poly parking permits have risen from $36 to $115 for a general fall permit since the 1999-2000 school year. The rise is to counteract expenses for parking structure construction, facility maintenance and contracts, administration costs and systemwide charges.
This year’s WOW program initiated some changes because of concerns over an increase in alcohol consumption throughout the week in the recent past.
Three men are were arrested in for the alleged crimes of assaulting and robbing two Cal Poly students last Saturday.
The University Police Department enforces the law for safety reasons, but not everyone agrees with the ban on skateboards.
The University Police Department was evacuated after calling the bomb squad when a backpack was found outside Police Chief Bill Watton’s office at 8:30 a.m. today.
In the busy morning commute, a cyclist rushes on Truckee Road and Village Drive, near Diablo Hall, runs a stop sign, almost hits three or four pedestrians and cuts off a car before running another stop sign.
A picture of a student sitting in what appeared to be a children’s Power Wheels vehicle being ticketed by three San Luis Obispo Police Department motorcycles and one University Police Department SUV gained viral popularity on Twitter last week and was plastered on the front page of the Mustang Daily with a headline that read “Little wheels cause a big deal.” So what’s the real story behind this four-wheeled spectacle?