Cal Poly’s theatre and dance department will be presenting an original stage production of acclaimed Latino dramatist José Rivera’s dark and surreal play “Marisol.”
Cal Poly’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Center is hosting its annual Pride Week from May 9 through the 15th.
Cal Poly’s a cappella group, Take It SLO, is hosting a special collaborative event titled “Improvapella,” with Smile and Nod improv-comedy and special guest a cappella group, Fermata Nowhere.
An Associated Student’s Inc. special event will take place in Chumash auditorium on Wednesday May 5, from 8 to 11 pm. It is part of ASI’s True Life Series, and is titled “I am a Vampire,” featuring bestselling author, singer and prominent advocate of the vampire lifestyle, Michelle Belanger.
Dr. Walter Moos, a biotech executive, presented “The Dollars and Sense of Pharmaceutical Innovation: Saving Lives Through Drug Discovery” Sunday in Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre as part of the biennial Baker Forum.
A dynamic line-up of seven local bands will perform and compete in ASI’s Local Band Night. The event will be held in the newly renovated UU, and will not only feature great music, but free pizza and drinks as well.
Killa Gorilla will play the first show in the Concert’s in the Plaza series for the new UU. The four-piece band, consisting of third year Cal Poly students, are known for their original rock sound and lively performances.
Peter Kline is one of the fastest swimmers Cal Poly has ever seen. Despite his huge impact in the pool, he has always been one of the smallest guys for his age group.
A beach clean-up event and after party is scheduled this Saturday, in celebration of national Earth Day.
Four Cal Poly alumni turned rock stars have chosen to wrap up their American tour in San Luis Obispo on Thursday.