Toilet seat picture frames, abalone shell arches and tire rim pillars are just a few components making up what Cambria residents call Nitt Witt Ridge – or the anti-Hearst Castle.
San Luis Obispo’s annual Shabang music festival is back with their biggest set list to date, with bands including Mt. Joy and SNBRN. But that comes with a ticket price increase, as well. “This Shabang is going to blow last…
A student-created wine pavilion design has been selected by Cal Poly professors and staff members of the Wine History Project to be on display in Edna Valley.
Baroque music is old, but not stiff, according to music sophomore Zahra Rothschild. She is one of many students who partook in Bach Week, a six-day festival celebrating the music of the Baroque era.
Owner Larry Rodkey began running film on a 35 millimeter projector at his parents’ drive-in, the Sunset Drive-in, at around eight years old.
On May 1, 1970, a group of Cal Poly dancers led by professor Moon Ja Minn Suhr performed their first concert. Three years later, the group of dancers became Orchesis Dance Club — later renamed Orchesis Dance Company. A half-century…
From 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the University Union’s first floor, students are invited to discuss a new theme each session relating to global issues, hot topics on campus and community matters.
Oscar award-winning filmmaker, actor, writer and producer Spike Lee will come to campus on Monday, Feb. 10 in the Recreation Center Main Gym for a moderated Q&A discussion.
Monday and Wednesday nights, the Recreation Center wrestling room becomes a dojo. Students are able to manage their stress by practicing Shorin Ryu, a conservative style of karate from Okinawa, Japan. Cal Poly Karate has its origins in 1979, when…
Music students will get the opportunity to have a global education with the Jordan Maler Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Music Scholarship Foundation.