Articles Tagged With ‘Cal Poly’




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SLO residents rally to have their voices heard

OPINION by ALLAN COOPER On Tuesday, July 5, at 5 p.m., a group of residents will be standing on the San Luis Obispo City Hall steps with signs reading “Resident Voices Matter.” Why? Because over... (Continue reading)

Former Cal Poly star pitcher loses right eye

Former Cal Poly ace and current minor league pitcher, Matt Imhof, lost his right eye Tuesday, four days after a freak accident during a stretching exercise. It is unclear whether his baseball career will continue.... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly police arrest Santa Maria men, chase biker

Cal Poly police made three arrests in a span of less than five hours Sunday night and early Monday morning. One of the arrests followed a police chase involving a motorcyclist on a stolen bike.... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly football walk-on injured in pool accident

Jake Javier, who was to walk on with the Cal Poly football team in the fall, was injured in a pool accident Thursday night, one day prior to his graduation from San Ramon Valley High... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly alcohol sting nets 20 arrests

A Cal Poly University Police Department operation conducted during an on-campus concert Saturday ended with 20 arrests. The operation targeted underage drinkers. [KSBY] As Cal Poly held its Spring Stampede concert, officers checked for fake... (Continue reading)

Gay Cal Poly student accuses Mike Winn of homophobia

Cal Poly professor and former and Nipomo CSD director, Mike Winn, told a queer student and diversity activist that gay marriage is a “grave moral mistake” and that gay people suffer in the afterlife, according... (Continue reading)

Cal Poly students again angered by plan to develop farmland

For the second time in the span of a year, Cal Poly agriculture students are protesting a university plan to develop farmland. The new proposal targets land where cattle graze, and it has angered dairy... (Continue reading)

Strawberry production down, farmers take a hit

By John Lindt, publisher of Sierra 2 the Sea During the past year, acreage dedicated to strawberries in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties is down 25 percent. Acreage dropped from 8,305 in 2015... (Continue reading)

Point man in Cal Poly frat robbery takes plea deal

A former Cal Poly football player faces a minimum sentence of 4.5 years in prison for trying to rob a San Luis Obispo fraternity house at gunpoint. The former wide receiver pleaded no contest to... (Continue reading)

Oversized marijuana truck hits Cal Poly overpass

A truck filled with marijuana crashed into the railroad overpass on the Cal Poly campus on Monday evening. The driver then fled without the top of his truck, which had been severed in the accident.... (Continue reading)



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