Cal Poly is making efforts to challenge traditional ideas of masculinity, which some say is linked to hazing and sexual assault in fraternities. Here, a fraternity member screams at a pledge in the movie “Haze,” which was screened in San Luis Obispo in 2016.
Cal Poly is making efforts to challenge traditional ideas of masculinity, which some say is linked to hazing and sexual assault in fraternities. Here, a fraternity member screams at a pledge in the movie “Haze,” which was screened in San Luis Obispo in 2016.
Cal Poly is making efforts to challenge traditional ideas of masculinity, which some say is linked to hazing and sexual assault in fraternities. Here, a fraternity member screams at a pledge in the movie “Haze,” which was screened in San Luis Obispo in 2016.

Monica Vaughan writes about Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo County, oil and wildlife at The Tribune. She previously covered crime and justice in the Sacramento Valley, is a graduate of the University of Oregon journalism school and is proud to be a sixth-generation Californian and public lands owner.