Confusion arises over WOW restrictions

Following dissent over the announcement that Week of Welcome (WOW) activities will not be allowed off-campus in the fall, Coordinator of Orientation Programs and Assistant Director of Student Life and Leadership Andrene Kaiwi-Lenting released an apology letter on Wednesday, stating…

Candidate Q&A: Nha Ha

Nha Ha, a biomedical engineering senior who decided last Wednesday to run as a write-in candidate for the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidency, talks about accessibility to students, his plans for the California State University (CSU) and how he hopes…

Paying it forward

It’s the end of February and (I know probably everyone has said this, but it needs to be said once more) I don’t know where the time has gone. I have no idea when or how we got to the…

Freshman discovers the realities of college

I remember the last month of high school: everyone knew where they were going and absolutely everyone was talking about college. They expected an incredible amount of fun, from parties to extracurricular activities — it was all anyone talked about.…

Freshmen know the party is on Hathway Avenue

Every new school year, Cal Poly’s Week of Welcome (WOW) introduces incoming students to Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and, though it may not be on the official WOW schedule, college parties. The epicenter of these college parties is Hathway…

Stampeding into college

The transition to college, as you have all heard, is difficult. Freshmen have to adapt to a completely new schedule, campus and way of life. But in the midst of all this change, we have found how to have one…

Week of Welcome walk along: the 'party streets'

A Mustang Daily reporter is invited to join University Police Department chief Bill Watton on a ride along during Cal Poly’s Week of Welcome.

Week of Welcome 2011 Photo Recap

Check out a few pics of WOW Week 2011, from WOW-O-Rama to WOW Showcase.

WOW! They're real people!

On the first Tuesday night of spring quarter, more than 650 Cal Poly students of every age and major gather in Chumash auditorium to begin training to become a Week of Welcome (WOW) Orientation Leader. These Leaders in Training (LITs)…

Finding co-mance: The trials and tribulations of finding a co for Week of Welcome

Freshman tackles co-mance by stealing a roommate’s romance.

Curfew to curb after-dark activities for minors

The San Luis Obispo will review the possibility of a new ordinance that would establish a 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. cerfew for minors.