The transition to online learning meant that Cal Poly students and staff are no longer spending their days climbing the “poly hills” and strengthening their “poly calves,” but rather sitting at their desks, staring at a computer screen.
It was 11 p.m. when business administration senior Daniel Macavei, laying in bed listening to a podcast, had the idea to create something that he wished he could have looked to a few years ago, before he began his coming out journey.
Rather than being surrounded by easily accessible equipment and being face-to-face with her team in the KCPR studio, Hughes has been tackling her job from a 13-inch computer screen.
With the move to virtual learning, KCPR’s biggest change — among both the news and music teams — has been the remote production of shows, according to Hughes.
With a year marked by social unrest and a pandemic, Cal Poly students and staff are looking forward to 2021 — creating New Year’s resolutions inspired by the past year.
The Sunset Drive-In, San Luis Obispo’s only drive-in movie theater since 1950, has seen some changes in business this year.
Since the start of the 2020 spring quarter, Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) Events has offered a variety of virtual experiences to students, ranging from small scale games to keynote presentations and discussions.
Cal Poly’s on campus Bollywood dance club, Masti, recently held virtual auditions for the 2020-2021 academic school year. The club, created by business administration junior Tarika Malhotra in 2019, will begin its virtual season next week.