El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por Mieke Esparza. Cuando su familia la animó a intentar polo al principio de la escuela secundaria, Carter Nix dudó. Ella misma creció con caballos de salto y juegos de polo no sonaba como algo en que ella estaría interesada. Su tío […]
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After a major victory, Cal Poly polo captain encourages every student to come out and play
Siga aquí para leer este artículo en Español. When her family encouraged her to give polo a try at the beginning of high school, Carter Nix was hesitant. She’d grown up jumping horses and games of polo did not sound like something she’d be interested in. Her uncle and cousins were involved in the sport, but despite their […]
Students rethink their Thanksgiving plans
This year Cal Poly students had to rethink Thanksgiving plans. Reporter Anya Dimaio caught up with some students to hear what they’re up to for this holiday.
How one Cal Poly student plans to increase civic engagement on campus
CALPIRG was founded on University of California (UC) campuses in the 70s with the goal of making social change.
Cal Poly student runs his own small business in his San Luis Obispo kitchen
He makes and delivers his own flavors of granola with the goal of raising money and awareness for non-profit organizations that he said he sees doing good in the world.
Local photography business now offers online coaching sessions
Local photography business owner, Asia Croson, has created $20 coaching sessions for people interested in learning more about photography, editing and other skills.