In 2017, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets across the nation in the first Women’s March — with a reported 10,000 participants in San Luis Obispo. In 2018, they marched again. And once again, the community plans…
With more than 100 chapters across the country, the San Luis Obispo chapter was started three years ago by art and design senior Molly Eichten and some of her friends.
The Kennedy Library Atrium is mostly quiet, save for a few hushed conversations occurring between friends and newly acquainted students. Those who needed a break or some free art supplies to work on a project have gathered for Pop-Up Painting.
The program is recognized by some students and faculty as having a culture that can often result in unhealthy lifestyles and choices.
You are locked in and the only way out is by solving a series of puzzles. It is an experience you paid for. Welcome to an escape room.
For a year, Cal Poly has been preparing Week of Welcome (WOW) 2018. The nationally-acclaimed orientation program for incoming freshmen and transfer students takes a team of more than 1,000 students to facilitate — many of whom are volunteers. “Studies…
Emily Kluger produced “Till Death, Or Whatever, Do Us Part,” a play written by her father, Garry Michael Kluger.
The show takes place in Chicago in the 1930s and features a conflict between gangsters and vegetable sellers.
The International Center and food science and nutrition students teamed up for the third annual Taste of the World event.
Cal Poly student Elliott Hofferth has performed everywhere from the Madonna Inn to the Magic Castle in Los Angeles.