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AGRIVIEW (College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences)

Architectural Engineering Department Newsletter (College of Architecture and Environmental Design)

Between the Species (Philosophy)

Between the Species is a peer-reviewed electronic journal devoted to the philosophical examination of the relationship between human beings and other animals. While most articles are ethical inquiries, others raise issues involving metaphysics, epistemology and other areas of philosophical investigation. Between the Species is an open access journal: users have the right to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of articles.

Special Issue on Animal Enhancement

Between the Species is currently accepting submissions for a forthcoming special issue on animal enhancement. See our Phil Events call for papers page for more information. Deadline for submissions: October 1, 2018.

About our back issues

Many of the articles from the original print version of Between the Species (1985-1996) are available on this website in Volumes 1-12. Articles from the original print version with compound issue numbers, such as Vol. 10, Nos. 3-4, are compiled into the leading issue number, e.g., Vol. 10, Issue 3. Complete issues of the online journal from 2002 to 2010 inclusive are compiled in Volume 13.

Cal Poly Magazine (Public Affairs Office)

College of Liberal Arts Brief (College of Liberal Arts)

The Brief, a College of Liberal Arts publication, provides on-campus leaders a quarterly update on the outstanding accomplishments of the college's students, faculty and staff.

College of Liberal Arts e-Newsletter (College of Liberal Arts)

The Link provides College of Liberal Arts alumni and friends a connection to current happenings within the college.
The Link is distributed each quarter via email and also appears on the college's website.

College of Liberal Arts Magazine (College of Liberal Arts)

Impact, produced by the College of Liberal Arts, is the annual publication for the college. The magazine is distributed to all College of Liberal Arts alumni and friends.

Construction Innovator (College of Architecture and Environmental Design)

El Rodeo Yearbook (Robert E. Kennedy Library)

Engineering Advantage (College of Engineering)

English Department Newsletter (College of Liberal Arts)

Ethics and Animals (Philosophy)

ISSN 0197-9094

Ethics and Animals suspended publication in 1984 and continues in part by Between the Species.

The Ethics and Animals is a quarterly journal published in March, June, September and December by the Society for the Study of Ethics and Animals (SSEA).

The Society for the Study of Ethics and Animals has been established to provide for the exchange of information and to provide arenas for discussion and debate between those interested in ethical questions concerning human treatment of nonhuman animals. The Society will not take sides, and is committed only to open discussion.

Focus (City and Regional Planning)

ISSN 1549-3776

Focus is an online, open access journal published annually by the Department of City & Regional Planning at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo since 2004. The journal is dedicated to the professional practice of city planning and urban design, publishing peer-reviewed research, case studies, exceptional student projects and opinion and editorial pieces each year. Its key mission is to keep professionals, students, and alumni informed about recent and changing planning issues. Focus has won several awards of excellence since its inception, including recognition from the American Planning Association and the Urban Land Institute.

Graphic Communications Newsletter (College of Liberal Arts)

History Department Newsletter (College of Liberal Arts)

Kinesiology Department Newsletter (College of Science and Math)

Moebius (Communication Studies)

Mustang Roundup (Robert E. Kennedy Library)

Paideia (Student Research)

Created during the 2013-2014 school year as a senior project, Paideia is the Political Science Department’s academic journal, which features undergraduate student papers as well as accomplished alumni.

The journal serves four purposes:

  • Showcase student work and alumni success
  • Connect alumni with current students
  • Create opportunities for students to enter the professional world through academic publication
  • Promote the successes of the Political Science Department through tangible representation
  • Pipeline (College of Engineering)

    The College of Engineering has ceased publication of Pipeline, September 2010.

    Political Science Department Newsletter (College of Liberal Arts)

    Polytechnic Journal (Robert E. Kennedy Library)

    .RAW (Student Research)

    .RAW aims to showcase contemporary image making across disciplines such as photography, design, and studio art. This magazine is meant to inspire, inform, and incorporate ideas old and new in an image-saturated world. How do you view the world and how does the world view you? Create to relate.

    Roots (MultiCultural Center)

    Statistics Department Newsletter (College of Science and Math)

    Stock Report (College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences)

    Symposium (Student Research)

    ISSN 2471-2477

    Symposium: Student Journal of Science and Math

    Symposium: Student Journal of Science and Math is the student academic journal of the College of Science and Mathematics at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

    Symposium was founded in 2013, and is published annually after the inaugural issue in Spring 2014.

    Symposium is a student-written and student-run, open-access academic journal of science and math. The journal’s annual issues will promote discussion on the science topics that the students of the College of Science and Mathematics (COSAM) investigate in their classes, labs, research, and senior projects. Symposium also features students’ unique experiences through Cal Poly’s hands-on motto, “Learn by Doing.” Pieces submitted to Symposium are peer-reviewed by the Review Board, which is comprised of COSAM students.


    The Forum: Journal of History (Student Research)

    The Report (College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences)