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ASI elections: What if there’s no winner?

With three candidates running for the presidency this year, it’s a very real possibility the one with the most votes might not have enough to win straight away. Read More »

In the case that no Associated Students, Inc. presidential candidate receives at least 50 percent of the student vote, the race will go into an instant run-off situation. | Sean McMinn/Mustang News

Today’s Top 5: From baseball rankings to ASI presidential debate

Olivia Doty Follow @doty_olivia !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document,"script","twitter-wjs"); Catch up on what’s going down around campus today. 1. Cal Poly tabbed No.... Read More »

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A chair to fill: How Cal Poly ASI representatives (try to) work for students on campus

At Cal Poly, the middle ground between what students want and what ASI can do lies in a concept called “shared governance.” Because of this doctrine, the voice of the students is at least represented in all high-level discussions through ASI representatives. Read More »

“We come in thinking we have the avenue to really voice our concerns and make changes early and fast,” ASI Presidential candidate and civil engineering junior Connor Paquin said. “But the way the university is set up, ASI doesn’t actually have power over those types of things.” | Sean McMinn/Mustang News

Going to war: ROTC’s leadership, battlefield training

Carrying a light machine gun, the heavyset Hondo Arpoika hikes slowly up a hill, the mud on his boots softening his step. His squad’s approach is a stealthy one … left, right, left, right — Read More »

Cadet Tyler Creasman, a political science junior, leads his squad into an area known to be occupied by "opposing forces" during ROTC training.

Congratulations to MN newsstand redesign winners

Architecture students had six weeks to design and build newsstands for the Mustang News Newsstand Redesign Challenge 2014. Read More »

Architecture freshmen Tyler Armstrong (left) and Phillip Harris (right) won the Mustang News Newsstand Redesign Challenge 2014 with their design that includes two sliding drawers that reveal newspapers when pulled out. | Sean McMinn/Mustang News

Country duo Love and Theft to perform sunset, on-campus concert

Country duo Love and Theft is making its way to Cal Poly for a sunset, on-campus concert. Read More »

Country duo Love and Theft is making its way to Cal Poly with a sunset concert on campus on April 3. | Courtesy Photo

ASI: Election code announcement coming Thursday

The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Recruitment and Development Committee will announce the findings of its legal counsel's look into student government election rules Thursday morning. Read More »

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Cal State names Steve Relyea as new CFO

Relyea, who worked for more than 30 years in the UC system, was chosen after a nation-wide search by the CSU Chancellor's Office. Read More »

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Meet 3 potential ASI presidential candidates

Civil engineering junior Connor Paquin, who is running for Associated Students, Inc. President, has plans to allow for more student input. Read More »


Editors’ picks: From potential campus concerts to a ride with UPD

Our editors dish out their favorites from the week that passed. Read More »

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