Microbiology senior Megan Melnyk saw the need for a place for women in STEM to share ideas — a place that was all their own. Out of that idea, Revel Magazine, which will release its first issue Jan. 25, 2019, was born. Tucked in a back neighborhood of downtown San Luis Obispo, Melnyk’s house has […]
The Central Pacific Scuba Club, despite being deemed “too risky” to be a official club on campus, continues to create a community for Cal Poly and Central Coast divers to come together and safely enjoy Pacific Ocean wonders.
The club, which has grown since its start in 2015, aims to showcase queer performances that make the audience rethink their outlook on gender.
Haunted mazes, live music, palm readers, drag shows, roller rinks and spooky HBO makeovers. These words provide just a taste of what is happening on campus this weekend to celebrate Halloween. ASI Monster Mash On Friday, Oct. 26, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Events will throw a Monster Mash, where students who love to get spooked can […]
Walk the upgraded pier for the first time in more than a year at the Pismo Beach Clam Festival on Saturday.
When art and design sophomore Jo Anna Edmison decided to pursue photography, it was because of a feeling. When her dad gave her an old hand-me-down film camera from his high school days, she realized she wanted to chase the “sublime feeling of art.” Edmison found a supportive community within the Cal Poly Art and […]
After waiting over a year for the highway blockage to clear, visitors can drive the 655-mile stretch of coastline uninterrupted.