The Makeshift Makers Market team plans to kick off the Christmas season with another event.
He spends around five hours every week doing research — not for his work at the magazine, but for the weekly trivia games he hosts around San Luis Obispo county.
Griffiths gave a talk on her photographic career at the Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, Nov. 14, where she discussed her passion for “telling stories that never get the front page.”
Food science senior and creator of pop-up restaurant DENCH, Jimmy Wong has become San Luis Obispo’s resident student-celebrity chef.
Students and professional stick ‘n’ poke tattoo artists from Tradition Tattoo explained their relationship and journey with the DIY form of tattoos.
You may know Creed Bratton as the ex-hippie employee from “The Office” who says whatever quirky thought is on his mind. Indeed, the real-life Creed Bratton does not stray too far from his depiction in the tv series. And he’s coming…
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.
From an empty keg turned into a cycle-powered washing machine to an old Mustang News newsstand converted into a lightbox, the work of architecture students radiated creativity at Cal Poly’s 15th annual Vellum Furniture Competition and Exhibition. Downtown San Luis…
Badrigian’s passion for surfing, feminism and the environment inspired her to create a commercially viable, environmentally sustainable and women-empowered surf wax called BooBees.
Cal Poly’s Indian Student Association (ISA) celebrated the official Diwali Holiday by hosting their annual Diwali banquet at Chumash auditorium on Nov. 3. The Nov. 7 holiday is often referred to as the “Festival of Light,” because it represents a…
“We want to be a place for people on the Central Coast to go to for local music,” business administration senior and co-founder of SubSessions Wes Berger said. “The goal is not to make money, but [to] continue to act as a platform for local artists to grow.”