“At Cal Poly, we are so happy if you did something that changed your life,” — Poly Rep Nicky Williams
Linnaea’s Cafe’s doors wouldn’t open for another 10 minutes, but men and women of all ages had already begun to queue before the coffee shop. They stood impatiently, muttering to each other and gripping large boxes, garbage bags and frames filled with their original artwork.
Ash and Ember began as a simple, do-good senior project for four Cal Poly students. Now, the project is sparking empowerment and hope in the Haitian community of Montrouis.
An iconic 1967 film will meet the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Nov. 19 with L.A. Theatre Works’ radio theater production of “The Graduate.”
Comedian Jo Koy will take the stage at the Alex Madonna Expo Center on Nov. 16, bringing laughs, anecdotes and brand-new material for his audience.
Dance Theatre of Harlem will bring a burst of culture to the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center with a variety of classical and neoclassical ballets on Nov. 12.
The 30th Annual San Luis Obispo Poetry Festival kicks off this weekend, bringing in talented poets to share their work.
Local band Próxima Parada will rock SLO Brewing Co. on Oct. 25 with a set of original music touched by R&B/soul, blues, folk and jazz.
Cal Poly’s fall career fair is here once again, sending students into frenzies about how to dress, what to say and how to shake a hand.
In multitudes they throng to the café — the young and attractive, the hipster and musically-inclined, with nothing but guitars on their backs, harmonicas in their pockets and intense cravings for caffeine.