1. ASI presidential candidates violate election code after article reported on previous violations
All four students running for Associated Students Inc. (ASI) president were found in violation of campaign rules after their names were linked to the phrase “candidate for ASI President.”
2. Former Cal Poly athlete Day-Monroe breaks American pentathlon record
Twice named Women’s Student-Athlete of the Year, 2008 Cal Poly graduate Sharon Day-Monroe broke the American record in the pentathlon at the USA Indoor Track & Field Championships on Feb. 21 in Albuquerque, N.M.
3. Health Services reaches full capacity
Unless it’s an emergency, you’re out of luck. After reaching full capacity, Health Services announced Monday it would not take any walk-in appointments because of the large number of scheduled consultations.
4. ATOG to celebrate Women’s HERstory month
Cal Poly’s MultiCultural Center will present poet Simply Kat for this month’s rendition of Another Type of Groove (ATOG), a spoken word poetry event on the first Wednesday of every month, today in celebration of Women’s HERstory Month.
5. Why our reporting has resulted in $1200 of potential fines
“A vicious cycle has put us in the unenviable position of reporting news knowing it could result in fines to innocent candidates. But if we tailor our news coverage to what ASI deems appropriate, we aren’t doing our job as independent investigators of facts on this campus.” Mustang News Editor-in-Chief J.J. Jenkins explains how candidates violated the ASI Election Code for a third time through no fault of their own.