Daniel Triassi
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BLOG: An Ode to St. Valentine

Contrary to popular belief, Hallmark did not “invent” Valentine’s Day cards.

BLOG: Happy 20th Photoshop!

Adobe’s popular program is celebrating its twentieth anniversary.

Musicians take over Steynberg Gallery

The Steynberg Gallery knows how to set an intimate mood: a single silhouette in front of a sequined red backdrop, a dusting of dim lighting and a window looking out to an early evening sky.

Demonstration to advocate for LGBTQ rights

Cal Poly students demonstrate to raise awareness for gay rights and same-sex marriage.

Dance styles to converge at fundraiser

Learn By Dancing is a “WOW” and open house fundraiser with lessons on three distinct dance styles.

Lecture series shows importance of digital architecture practices

This year, the Hearst Lecture Series hosted by the College of Architecture and Environmental Design focuses on the issue of integrated design practices.

Activist to speak on undocumented immigrant education

Undocumented immigrant activist Dr. Paz Maya Olivérez will speak at Vista Grande Café Thursday at 7:30 a.m. as part of Cal Poly’s Provocative Perspectives series.

Criticnue rounds out Sounds of SLO series

If you’re anywhere near Backstage Pizza tomorrow at 11 a.m., you’ll hear something different, something unique, something you recognize, but haven’t heard in a long time.

I hate Comic Sans: a typophile’s rant against the kindergarten font

Comic Sans walks into a bar, and the bartender says, “We don’t serve your type.”

Unique dance troupe to showcase at Harmon Hall

Momix has been celebrated for its ability to materialize a world of surrealistic images through dynamic use of lights, shadows, props and humor. Momix will perform in the Harman Hall Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Theater performance portrays hardships of job-searching

Senior Theater major Melanie Marshall stars in “Blown Sideways Through Life” an autobiographical play by Claudia Shear playing Thursday January 7 through Saturday January 9 in room 212 of the H.P. Davidson Music Center.