When physics senior Joe Kennedy has an idea in his head, he cannot let it go. He gets a “devilish little look” on his face and rubs his hands together – that is how his friends know he is up to something.
For two and a half months, the jungle was his restroom and the ocean, his shower.
With winter approaching and the start of “significant rainfall,” Caltrans temporarily closed Highway 1 south of Big Sur at Mud Creek and Paul’s Slide Sunday, Dec. 1.
The Cal Poly ‘P’ has been repainted again — this time red for Veteran’s Day. Members of the Center for Military-Connected Students painted the ‘P’ red Sunday in honor of military personnel deployed overseas. The ‘P’ is located behind the South Mountain residence halls and can be seen from across campus. The color red was […]
The SLOstainable Loyalty Program includes a Julian’s loyalty card that awards users a free beverage for purchasing 10 drinks using a reusable cup.
The College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) teamed up with Saucelito Canyon and the Wine History Project to build an educational pavilion.
The biological sciences senior lived with a pack of wolves in a cold, desolate home, learned a new language in Japan and traveled through Peru.
Before heading downtown for her 21st birthday bar crawl, agricultural communication junior Maya Higa spent six hours streaming on Twitch to raise more than $32,000 for the 5 Cities Homeless Coalition (5CHC). With the original goal to raise $1,000, Higa broadcasted from 3 p.m. until after 9 p.m. Friday, May 24 while her friends gathered […]
Catch yourself wondering why San Luis Obispo busses never seem to arrive at consistent intervals? For frequent riders, SLO Transit will be extending some of its routes and refining schedules. “Operationally the way that we are serving our routes is in line with our schedules. [We are making] a few refinements to be more accurate […]
After four consecutive years of artists performing at Cal Poly’s Spring Stampede, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Events has decided to change the pace and create a free two-event alternative called “Spring Fever.” One concert will take place May 10 at the Via Carta Mall, outside of Campus Market. A separate, second concert will take place […]
After three days of competition and close matches in Colorado, the Cal Poly Club Men’s Volleyball won the NCVF National Volleyball Championship and brought the title back to San Luis Obispo. The tournament took place April 18-20 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver. Club president and business administration senior Kevin Hornbeak described the weekend […]