According to the Cal Poly music department website, the concert is presented by Cal Poly Choirs, a group that includes Polyphonics, The University Singers, Chamber Choir and Cantabile. As a special addition to the concert, the Cal Poly Wind Ensemble and the Cuesta College Chamber Singers will also be performing.
It’s late in the afternoon and Zoe Woomer is in the back room of University Graphic Systems (UGS). She’s manually folding a large stack of calendars designed by a local San Luis Obispo artist; the first of 300 to be included in the order, which is expected to go out the next day.
The show will run for 90 minutes with no intermission and will include a 30 minute audience Q & A at the end. Sedaris will be available to sign books 45 minutes before the show as well as afterwards for additional signing time, with books sold on site at the Cal Poly bookstore.
The Cal Poly theater and dance department presents Sara Ruhl’s award-winning comedy “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” from Nov. 2 – 5 and Nov. 9 – 11 at Spanos Theater.
Cal Poly professor Clinton Francis is leading a five-year study on the impacts of noise and light pollution on birds after receiving a nearly $900,000 grant from the Cal Poly Distinguished Scholarship Award.
This quarter, Cal Poly Student Affairs introduced the tool Paths, a pilot program geared toward first-year and transfer students aiming to connect them with learning experiences outside of the classroom. […]