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Posted inCOVID Diaries

Behind the story: Ali Chavez

This is a behind the scenes story of Ali Chavez: Caring for Cats During Quarantine. The beginning of the quarter felt like one big question mark, a reflection of all of the unknowns weighing on the world. I was super curious about how a journalism senior project class was going to be structured virtually, a concept […]

Posted inSports

Cal Poly Polo Team advances to nationals for third year in a row

The Cal Poly Polo team once again advanced to the United States Polo Association (USPA) National Intercollegiate Championship in Charlottesville, Virginia April 1-7. The teams will face off against other top schools, including University of North Texas, Texas A&M University, University of Virginia and Cornell University. The teams have been to the National Championship almost […]

Posted inArts

Craft Beer Fest, The Nightcap and TV Girl: Here’s a look at what’s happening in SLO this weekend

Looking to switch things up in your schedule or to try something new? Delve into what is happening in SLO this weekend. Friday, Feb. 22 SLO Craft Beer Fest Immerse yourself in a wonderland of craft beer and enjoy complimentary food samples and educational beer seminars. 21+ Alex Madonna Expo Center Feb. 22-23 $35-90 Change […]

Posted inArts

Cal Poly professors contribute to the Getty Museum’s Renaissance Nude exhibit

Two Cal Poly art and design professors contributed to the touring art exhibition The Renaissance Nude, currently on display at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Described as “one of the 10 most engaging exhibits of the year” by the Los Angeles Times, The Renaissance Nude features approximately 100 paintings, sculptures, medals and other […]