One BEACoN research project aims to move Cal Poly beyond the land acknowledgement with indigenous walking tours. These tours would let participants see Cal Poly from a new perspective that centers indigenous knowledge and history.
According to the Cal Poly Center for Sustainability, Beekeeping (PLSC 175) produces an average of four barrels – or 220 gallons – of honey each year between the fall and spring quarters.
Housing Week is designed to address the most common student concerns about housing. It will include four separate events over the course of the week, both virtually and in-person.
The two small fires on Cal Poly agricultural lands on Monday were reported to be arson, according to the campus-wide Clery alert sent out this morning.
The City of San Luis Obispo will host this year’s Arbor Day Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 4 at French Park from 10 a.m. to noon to celebrate 40 years of being a Tree City USA community. The event is free and open to everyone.
A new art exhibit is on display in the University Art Gallery located in the Walter F. Dexter Building (BLDG 34) from Oct. 12 through Dec. 9.
Sandy Mitchell / Central Coast Dragon Boat Association board president
The City of San Luis Obispo announced in a city news release the launch of a new online volunteer portal, Engage SLO, to help connect San Luis Obispo residents with […]
In Oct. 2021, California passed the Menstrual Equity for All Act, which requires all California public schools to provide free menstrual products, defined as pads and tampons, to students. The […]
In 2013, the Northern Chumash Tribal Council began a campaign to create the Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary. Ten years later, the proposal is entering its final public comment period, […]
Cal Poly’s Empow!er — a club dedicated to uplifting students that are first-generation, low-income or have a disability — is building an inclusivity bridge this quarter to counter the free […]