Cal Poly Magazine pays tribute to President Warren Baker as he prepares to retire after more than three decades at the helm of our university, fighting for Cal Poly’s signature “learn by doing” educational model. “I’m often asked what has kept me in this job for 31 years,” Baker said. “It’s simple: the joy that comes from being part of transforming lives. That's what we do at Cal Poly: We transform lives. We help academically motivated students to become resourceful professionals and innovative leaders in their professions and in their communities.
“What a privilege it has been to help transform the lives of tens of thousands of students over the decades. If I could, I would do it another 31 years.”
How well do you know the Cal Poly campus?
Our mini-mascot, Musty the Mustang, went exploring recently and came back with photos from his adventure. Can you tell where on campus he’s been?
We’ll run one of Musty’s photos in each edition of Cal Poly Magazine and let you tell us where Musty is. Send your responses to email@example.com. Be very specific in your answer.
The correct answer and the name of the first person who submitted it will be printed in this space in the next edition, along with Musty’s next photo.
ASI staff member Brittany Tomasko was the first to guess the correct answer for our Winter 2009 edition: Musty was in the Natatorium across from Alex G. Spanos Stadium.
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