Students used artificial intelligence to generate original landscape pictures, a result of pitting two types of artificial neuron networks together — the generator and the classifier.
SHABANG REBORN With more stages and music, this was the biggest Shabang to date Grant Anderson May 8, 2019 0 The desire to grow and improve has been a continual impetus for the Shabang team, headed by founders Alexander Schwend, Carson Stone and Greg Golf, and not even distance can weary the passion they have […]
Those craving to see a rainbow in April will not have to wait any longer for rainfall; SLO Color Blast Fun Run participants had the entire spectrum of color on their faces and clothes. Laguna Middle School welcomed adults and children from the San Luis Obispo community on April 14 as they ran and walked […]
From PolyCultural Weekend to clothing swaps, learn about what is happening in SLO this weekend.
While the Art & Design Department is relatively small compared to others at Cal Poly, there are many extracurricular opportunities for students to get involved in to expand their artistic skills. Behold .RAW magazine, a student-run magazine that showcases art and design students’ original artwork and photography. The magazine is published quarterly, and a release […]
Armed with trash bags and a steadfast team of volunteers, the Zero Waste Club and local student e-commerce startup Ethic Marketplace traveled to the peaks of Pinnacles National Park on Feb. 9. In the wake of the government shutdown that left national parks littered with trash, the team was determined to leave no scraps behind. […]
The night of Friday, Feb. 8 was a particularly wet one, but that did not keep local musicians in their beds. Instead, they bundled up in the cozy interior of vintage clothing store A Satellite of Love and played varying blends of electronic music. Along with selling clothes, A Satellite of Love also boasts a […]
In business administration sophomore Nicholas Perez’s hometown of La Mirada, California, he could see a person of just about any race or ethnicity anywhere in his neighborhood. After arriving in San Luis Obispo for Week of Welcome (WOW), Perez felt instead like he was seeing “almost the same thing over and over.” Although he participated […]
Students who find themselves getting a little chilly during winter quarter can now bring on the heat in a new Hip Hop and Heels dance class offered at the Recreation Center. The class is held every Thursday, from 7:45-8:45 p.m. No skill level is required and heels are optional, although students are recommended to bring […]
To celebrate the most wonderful time of the year, KCPR’s Club 91 showed that the best way to spread holiday cheer is by playing loud house music for all to hear at their Christmas party and toy drive on Dec. 7. Club 91 is a sector of Cal Poly’s radio station KCPR that broadcasts house, techno […]
With every horizon painting, leather wallet and stuffed animal, buyers can be sure that each piece came from its own unique creative process.