Business administration senior Matt Casadona recently turned his liking for a convenient, yet tasty food into an out-of-the-home business.
Students at Cal Poly express themselves through flow arts, a glow-in-the-dark, movement-based discipline including dance, juggling, fire-spinning, and object manipulation.
The Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department will present their fall production “Trust Fall” in Spanos Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 8 through Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. The production was also performed Nov. 1-3.
Los Osos resident and Cal Poly psychology alumna Lindsay Altman never imagined the stray driftwood she collected from her local beach would spark a business idea, but in 2017, inspiration hit and did just that.
The club, which has grown since its start in 2015, aims to showcase queer performances that make the audience rethink their outlook on gender.
The fourteen-member group has again proven that they are a creative powerhouse with a fifteen-track album blending rap, R&B and pop.
The student films are created in collaboration between two Cal Poly courses, ISLA 341 and ART 483.
Freet’s senior project highlights the difference between the struggles we face and the way we present ourselves on social media.
The theatre and dance department will open its drama,”4,000 Miles,” Nov. 2 at Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre.