Jorge Montezuma, a Cal Poly undergraduate, doesn’t live his life like the average college student, in their own world of text messaging, iPod listening and sporting the latest “Go Green” T-shirt that only gives off the image of being “environmentally aware.
This summer, a team of two Cal Poly faculty members and five students traveled to Malawi for two weeks to teach rural villages sustainable irrigation practices.
The class, “Appropriate Technology for Impoverished Communities,” brought together students from different majors who are passionate about improving communities around the world, said Blayne Morgan, an environmental engineering senior and team member.
No matter a person’s age, taste, gender or preference for entertainment, Cal Poly Arts has put together a vast assortment of productions that are sure to impress.
“We pretty much cover all ranges and tastes,” interim director for Cal Poly arts, Peter Wilt said.
Come fall quarter, Cal Poly students will have more transportation options when leaving a house party with no designated drivers or
Soon cold weather will be a thing of the past and an invariable slew of sun-drenched days will be here. Summer is just around the corner, which means frozen yogurt, water balloon fights with neighbors and lazy beach days.
Swimsuit season may normally cause a bit of apprehension, and perhaps the gym is too monotonous most days of the week.
It all started with strategically positioned, high-calorie processed goodies in The Avenue on campus, which made a light bulb go on
Two able and qualified people – incumbent Jim Patterson and candidate Debbie Arnold – are vying for the 5th District seat on the County Board of Supervisors.
Patterson and Arnold both have specific areas of concern they would like to pursue to better the community.
Months of grueling training have all built up to this moment, when hearts race and adrenaline pumps. The horn suddenly goes off. After swimming 1.5 kilometers and biking 40 more, competitors finish by running 10 more. This is exactly what the members of the Cal Poly triathlon club team do.
“I got my first tattoo when I was 13 years old, and I’m 32 now,” said Matt Byrge, a Traditional Tattoo customer who was in for a session to add to his vast collection of tattoos, which includes such things as skulls, a marijuana leaf, the name “Kim” and a clown on his wrist.