Third-year biology major and survivor of several strokes, Block joined 464 other American Heart Association You’re The Cure advocates and met with legislators to rally support for heart disease and stroke research and accessible health care.
Mothers for Peace (MPF), a non-profit organization formed in 1969 as an anti-Vietnam War group, has remained active in issues of peace, social justice and environmental safety for over 40 years.
Student dancers and choreographers showcase their talents in Cal Poly’s annual Spring Dance Concert, which features a variety of dance genres, Saturday night.
Seven pronounced poets from diverse backgrounds will come together to inspire the audience with words in Cal Poly’s third annual poetry slam, “The Anthem.” Aiming to show that words have enough power to change the world, the event, which exposes individuals to poets who are champions from the international slam circuit and who have performed on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam and National Public Radio, will address issues of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, race, class, identity and love.
In an effort to become more environmentally friendly, and to make it easier to access certain areas of campus, the Cal Poly University Police Department has adopted three-wheeled electric vehicles
A computerized degree progress report (DPR) was released this term, providing an easily accessible way for students to check current credit and graduation status through the My Cal Poly Portal, in an effort to provide another valuable resource for students to graduate on time.
The start of the new academic year will bring a change to the Cal Poly campus; Recreation, Parks & Tourism Administration (RPTA) will become its own department.
A new center for Collaborative Engineering Research and Education, recently launched, combines the Cal Poly Undergraduate Engineering program with Graduate research at UC Santa Barbara.
Students seeking shade on campus now have the opportunity to enjoy the comforts of trees planted and a bench installed by forest and national resource (FNR) students between the Alan A. Erhart agriculture (10) and mathematics and science (38) buildings.
A billboard about Kristin Smart, the Cal Poly student who disappeared from San Luis Obispo on May 25, 1996, will go up on U.S. Highway 101 this week in a new effort by her parents to discover what happened to their daughter nearly 13 years ago.