Articles Tagged With ‘Cal Poly’




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Man grabs woman’s butt by Cal Poly

A man grabbed the buttocks of a woman walking on the edge of the Cal Poly campus Thursday evening, then ran away, police said. Officers did not manage to locate the suspect. San Luis Obispo... (Continue reading)

How much did Cal Poly pay to police Yiannopoulos event?

Cal Poly and the California State University system spent a combined $55,400 on security measures, including staffing 109 officers, for Milo Yiannopoulos’s stop in San Luis Obispo. The event took place without any violence, prompting... (Continue reading)

Yiannopoulis delivers ‘dead babies’ speech at Cal Poly

In a much-hyped speech delivered with SWAT officers on standby, prominent conservative Milo Yiannopoulos praised United States President Donald Trump, as well as Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong, while taking aim at leftists, feminists, Islamists... (Continue reading)

Star pitcher who lost eye retires, returns to Cal Poly

Seven months after losing his right eye in a freak accident involving an exercise band, former Cal Poly ace and minor league pitcher, Matt Imhof, announced he is retiring from baseball as a player and... (Continue reading)

Man suspected of slapping women’s butts at Cal Poly

Cal Poly police are investigating two cases of sexual battery that were reported to have occurred on and near the university campus in the span of less than a week. [KSBY] On Monday, a bicyclist... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly student gets infection that leads to meningitis

San Luis Obispo County Public Health officials announced a Cal Poly student has been diagnosed with a presumed case of meningococcal disease, a bacterial infection that causes bloodstream infections and meningitis. Symptoms of the meningococcal... (Continue reading)

Family of slain Cal Poly grad can sue BLM, but not San Francisco

A federal judge has ruled the family of slain Cal Poly grad Kathryn Steinle can sue the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM), but not the city of San Francisco. The judge also removed Immigration... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly rose float wins Founders’ Trophy

Cal Poly’s “A New Leaf” float, an animated family of chameleons, won the Founders’ Trophy in the 128th Rose Parade held Monday in Pasadena. The chameleons, including “Chomper” and “Rocky,” were exploring the wonders of... (Continue reading)

Bishop Peak fall victim is Cal Poly student from Arroyo Grande

The man who fell nearly 30 feet around the top of Bishop Peak Thursday evening is Evan Lalanne, 18. Lalanne is a Cal Poly student and graduate of Arroyo Grande High School, where he was... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly receives record number of applications

Cal Poly received a record 56,896 applications for admission in the 2017 fall quarter, topping last year’s record of 56,758 applications. It is nothing new, though, for Cal Poly to receive a record number of... (Continue reading)



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