Even with balancing training and homework, Cal Poly’s athletes do well in their sport and in the classroom.
Jimi Hendrix’s rock ‘n’ roll legacy can be relived on May 29 at the 18th Annual Avila Beach Blues Festival.
Versatile dance routines will be showcased at the student Spring Dance Concert: Kaleidoscopes May 26 and 27.
Cal Poly surfers and surf fans alike can catch the waves on the big screen as the Youth Outreach Program for the Performing Arts (YOPAC) hosts its first annual Surf Film Night on May 19.
Cal Poly industrial and manufacturing engineering professor Roya Javadpour and her IME 556 class will help renovate the house of a local family to make it more accessible to the 16-year-old, paralyzed family member.
Since she was a freshman, Cal Poly outfielder Nora Sobczak has had a knack for making big plays.
The Chinese Acrobats of Hebei are expected to “wow” the audience when the troupe takes the Christopher Cohen Performing Arts Center stage May 12.
Parents of deceased Cal Poly student Matthew Hurlbutt are suing Caltrans District 5 as well as a local doctor for negligence on the night of the fatal accident.
Currently, FLASH is working on the Freshmen Heart Health Study, which screens newly admitted freshmen from fall quarter and tests their cholesterol and glucose.
Omega Xi Delta and Chi Delta Theta have teamed up to give the University Union (UU) a makeover.