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Students turn storage into business. ARTS, pg. 4 Volume LXXVI, Number 130

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

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Summer school fees rise again

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Bayzha Gonzalez knew she needed the summer to take a general education astronomy course a few years ago, but cost was an issue. Poly’s summer classes were out of her price range, so the graphic communication junior decided to enroll in Cuesta’s summer session. “It was cheaper and easier to take it at Cuesta,” Gonzalez said. “It was one of the easiest classes I’ve ever taken.” Gonzales said in total, the

four-unit course cost her around $300. If she were to enroll in Cal Poly’s 2012 summer session, the same number of units would now cost her $1,156. With the California budget crisis putting pressure on students to pay more for their educations, schools are looking for ways to conserve funds during summer for the regular school year. mer session have risen again. In 2010, undergraduates paid $130 per summer unit. In 2011, that amount was raised to

It was cheaper and easier to take (a summer class) at Cuesta ... It was one of the easiest classes I’ve ever taken. BAYZHA GONZALEZ GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION JUNIOR

$209. For Summer 2012, undergraduate student fees will be $289 per unit; graduate and credential student fees will be $319 per unit.

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there will be no state funding for students. Financial aid may still be available, but Cal Poly’s summer school website states that by asking students to pay out of pocket, they will be able to take in the same size freshman class in fall. A 2010 ruling by the Superior Court of Alameda County cial sessions in self-support, which eliminates state fundruling, Cal Poly decided to use Continuing Education as summer sessions, according to a 2010 presentation to the

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Katie Morrow is only candidate for ASI president

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Meg Morrow has always known her daughter was natural leader. From providing guidance for her two younger siblings to becoming involved in every activity possible, Katie Morrow’s leadership skills have been present from a young age, Meg Morrow said. Morrow, a social sciences junior, has been involved with Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) for two years. She ran for the ASI Board of Directors at the end of her freshmen year, and despite her mother’s belief in her natural leadership skills, she said she became too scared to campaign and didn’t receive enough votes to be elected. She later decided to apply and interview to become a part of the executive cabinet and was chosen to be secretary of legisla-

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Academic Senate. Elaine Sullivan, the marketing director for Cal Poly Continuing Education, wrote in an email student fees provide the funding. “In the simplest terms, student fees for a class must cover all costs involved in provid-

ing that class,” Sullivan wrote. “No matter what term a student enrolls in: fall, winter, spring or summer, a student nancial aid would always pay whatever costs are required.”

sion, though: San Jose State undergraduate students can expect to pay $388 per unit, and Fresno State will cost $315 per unit. Patricia-Ann Stoneman, the director of Academic Programs

most expensive summer ses-

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Cal Poly spent more on presidential housing renovations than any other California State University (CSU) campus during the last decade, according to a report published Tuesday.

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Greek life’s Panhellenic (PHA) will have two new additions next year, in the form of sororities Kappa Kappa Gamma and Alpha Epsilon Phi. Kappa Kappa Gamma was invited to start a chapter at Cal

investigative website CaliforniaWatch.org, said Cal Poly has spent $831,000 on renovations for the University House

life needed another sorority due to high interest, while local Jewish-interest sorority Alpha Epsilon is joining the national sorority Alpha Epsilon

$230,000 spent on new lighting,

for a project that began before President Armstrong was hired and without any awareness that he would choose to live in were needed for such things as

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The University House began undergoing necessary upgrades in early 2011 after being uninhabited since 2004. It was used mainly for events during that time. repairs to a leaking roof, repair of damage from termite infestation, upgrades to electrical service, replacement of rotted windows and replacement of the water heater.” Armstrong and his wife currently live in the four-bedroom home, which was converted for residential use in 2011. Armstrong’s predecessor, Warren Baker, lived in the house until campus and took a stipend to cover his housing costs.

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Baker’s situation was not typical, CSU spokesperson Liz Chapin said. It is a requirement of all university presidents, she said, to live in their campus ing for 12 of its 23 campus presidents, as well as CSU Chancellor Charles Reed. But special arrangements were made for Baker because Cal Poly needed a place to hold university conference and events — a role the University House

Watch, the cost of conversion $21,000. California Watch named Cal Poly Pomona as the secondhighest spender on renovations, with $360,112 in state funds going toward its Manor House. ing plumbing and electrical systems, remodeling the house’s kitchen and other renovations, according to the report. Armstrong could not be reached for comment.

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member of PHA, PHA president and business marketing senior Heather Hays said. “We’re really, really excited to have them coming,” Hays said. with the caliber of students that we have.” PHA originally called for applications from national or international sororities interested in establishing a chapter at Cal Poly, a process called extension, Hays said. applications, the extension committee selected two sororities to present, and Kappa Kappa Gamma was chosen to join PHA and establish a chapter at Cal Poly. Kappa Kappa Gamma’s emphasis on academics and com-

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Poly Presidential house renovation costs top CSUs Two national sororities to join Cal Poly in fall

when Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong moved into the house in 2011, and the university converted the building into a private residence, according to California Watch. Vice President of Administration and Finance Larry Kelley ures in the report were correct, but California Watch blurred the line between what was normal maintenance and what was required to make the space livable. “Of the $430,000 reported as expenditures, roughly $200,000 was to help make the building a home for the Armstrongs,”

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these classes, which are being

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unopposed for ASI President. derstands the role better,” sociology junior and member of the ASI University

Union Advisory Board (UUAB) Haley Houle said. Houle is Morrow’s campaign manager and close friend, who she met freshmen year in the dorms. Morrow eventually got Houle involved with ASI. “You can see her potential,” Houle said. “She has so much experience, and that’s what sets her aside. Every candidate can say ‘I’m organized’ and ‘I can communicate,’ but Katie is so invested in ASI.” Morrow casually discussed her qualiAvenue. She had no problem keeping the conversation going and became noticeably more excited when asked about her campaign goals. “I’m excited to make things make sense,” Morrow said. “I want to pull things together that should have been there already and make them last.” is “Taking the Next Step.” She plans to na Tabrizi’s goal of communication and move forward. tion between the students and ASI, it’s time to put it use, Morrow said. “We’ve been improving that a lot, but I think it’s time to take the next step with that and move into advocacy and make

munity building was a strong factor in the sorority’s selection, Hays said.

Katie Morrow, is running for ASI president with no official opposition, though write-ins are still possible.

about our community and really showed how they could be

Campaign tactics: Recipes for success

Kappa Kappa Gamma will be working with PHA next fall to recruit and organize, and will January 2013. ing for Cal Poly women that maybe never felt drawn to greek life before, but feel as if they want to get involved now, Hays said. Part of the goal of inviting Kappa Kappa Gamma to campus was to reach out to new women. sort of woman who maybe haven’t been discovered yet,” Hays said. Kappa Kappa Gamma will be recruiting women from all grade levels as well to have a solid leadership base, Panhellenic adviser Renoda Campbell a base of members at Cal Poly yet, so they’re looking for “instant leaders” to help guide the sorority, Campbell said. “Because they are looking for a well-rounded sorority, they are not just looking for students that are freshmen, but they are see SORORITIES, pg. 2

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Gerhart takes competition to a new level.

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With more than 80 students running for positions on ASI for the 2012-13 school year, a variety of campaigns are vying to win students’ votes when election day comes on April 25. However, some tactics are common among many of the candidates, including reaching out to students and making their names known. For ASI presidential-hopeful Katie Morrow, the campaign process began before this week. Morrow said she’s been meeting with campus groups for approximately a month and “the absolute No. 1 thing” is talking with as many people as she can, so she can hear their concerns. “At the end of the day, I don’t think you elect an ASI president because of one or two things they say they’re go-

ing to do,” Morrow said. “I think you want to elect someone who you believe in as a leader, and I don’t think that you can get that perspective until you meet them.” Morrow’s campaign includes a website, Facebook and Twitter, handing out T-shirts, putting up posters and a booth on campus. Morrow said she tries to be on campus from 6:45 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day so she can meet people. She also plans to start speaking to classes later this week, she said. Physics junior Eddie Taylor is also reaching out to students in his campaign for the College of Science and Mathematics (COSAM) Board of Directors. Taylor said he’s been going into science classes and clubs encouraging people to vote. He plans to put is getting his name out there and hav-

everybody, so what you try to do is get to the most people as possible. MATTHEW SANDERS ASI BOARD OF DIRECTORS CANDIDATE

ing people see his face and hear him talk, he said. of the United States,” Taylor said. and see if you’re a good person.” Getting his name out there is also important to civil engineering freshman Matthew Sanders, who is running for ASI Board of Directors for the College of Engineering. He said

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paign, which he wants to be “professional and fun.” body, so what you tr y to do is get to the most people as possible by pretty much just having your name out there and having people see it,” Sanders said. “I don’t think there’s debates for

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into alleged misconduct at a party earlier this month, according to Cal Poly Student Life and Leadership director Stephan Lamb. Lamb dealt the sanctions fraternity’s national headquarters. He determined its punishment to be approprisions with the Delta Sigma sanctions will disallow the organization from participating in any alcohol-related activities until members vacate the property where the party occurred at the end of the quarter. “I love it when the national takes the role of responsibility and says, ‘No, this conduct is not appropriate; it is not what we expect from our men,’” he said. Cal Poly has seen problems at Monte Vista Place apartment for years, dating back to when another fraternity owned the apartments bePhi members move out of the property, the Delta Chi fraternity will take it over. Lamb said he plans to work with Delta Chi to ensure there are no further problems there. “My biggest concern with all of this is I want Monte Vista being looked at until these guys move out,” he said. Delta Sigma Phi came into the spotlight on April 6 when Lamb initiated an investigation into the fraternity’s involvement with a party the night before. A police report sent to Lamb from that night detailed a 300-person party with four citations for unruly gatherings and two arrests, including one for driving under see SUSPENSION, pg. 2

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