Alexandria Scott firstname.lastname@example.org No need to bring tunes to keep pace at this 5k/10k fundraiser — live music will be provided throughout the course. Participate in Kappa Kappa Psi’s Run For Music at Cal Poly’s campus on Jan. 27 and be marinated…
Dance performances, workshops and lectures visit the Christopher Cohan Performing Art Center this weekend. Four local companies are participating in the three-day event.
The journalism department has been through three department heads in the past 10 years and previous department chair Bill Loving joined the list when he was asked to step down by College of Liberal Arts dean Linda Halisky last week. Halisky said she hopes to begin the search for a new journalism department chair in the fall.
Cal Poly animal science senior Brittany Voss won the Miss California Rodeo Salinas 2010 competition at the California Rodeo Salinas in mid-July. Voss competed against four other young women from across the state in categories of horsemanship, personality, appearance and scholarship.
Three Cal Poly students placed first and second place in team scoring and second, third and tenth place in individual scoring at an invitational dairy cattle judging competition called the Royal Highlands Show in Edinburgh, Scotland, that was held in late June.
Orfalea College of Business plans to offer a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) program for Santa Barbara are now cancelled, resulting in a loss of approximately $40,000.
Cal Poly psychology senior Aaron Hussmann and California State University, Sonoma environmental studies and planning senior Greg Anthenien kayak for CampCare and San Luis Obispo County Special Olympics.
Cal Poly’s vice president for university advancement and former Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Sandra Gardebring Ogren died after a nine year battle with a rare form of cancer. She died July 20 at the age of 63. Ogren served in…
Oscar Gonzalez, 17, was struck and killed by an Amtrak passenger train near the corner of California Boulevard and Foothill Boulevard last Thursday around 3:50 p.m.
Cal Poly president Warren Baker and other American university leaders visited Israel and Palestine for an intense week-long educational seminar called Project Interchange Seminar in Israel for university presidents that focused on complex issues facing Israel and the region.