I am in utter amazement over comments like, “Girls who want to dress up and go to a party,” or the “students are not allowed to have fun” in the March 13 Tribune. Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong and the San Luis Obispo City Council need to grab the bull by the horns and curtail these types of behaviors.
For years, neighborhood residents have been complaining about loud, inebriated kids roaming our streets and causing all types of trouble. Yes, there are the good ones, I acknowledge that. But when 3,000 students (15 percent of the entire Cal Poly population) congregate at 4:30 a.m., enough is enough. It is a great privilege to be able to attend a university such as Cal Poly, and this comes with great responsibilities.
At times I think some Cal Poly students must be raised by wolves!
Grow up! Be responsible! If you want to drink or do drugs or listen to loud music, go in your houses and close the doors and windows! The rest of us good neighbors are “entitled” to peace and quiet.