Cal Poly’s Advanced Technologies Laboratories, where the third and final open presidential candidate forum was to be held, was stirring with conversation. The moment everyone was waiting for was approaching. […]
Alcoholic energy drink Four Loko is pulled from shelves despite popularity among college students.
The Cal Poly Music Department will host professional opera singer Harris Tuesday to teach and critique some of Cal Poly’s music majors with emphases in voice in Room 218 of the Davidson Music Center at Cal Poly at 5 p.m.
Members of Cal Poly’s Colleges Against Cancer set up a kissing booth in front of Campus Market on Thursday to warn people about the dangers of tobacco and to urge them to quit.
This week the Pride Center hosted a series of events including movie screenings, discussions and a photo booth, which encouraged participants to dress up in any kind of colorful clothing imaginable.
In the face of a slew of emerging youngster ska and reggae bands, ska band the English Beat has been playing along with an ever-changing group of musicians since 1978, and will be making its way to San Luis Obispo this Friday.
In Greek, the word “antigone” means unbending. And in the Greek tragedy “Antigone” by Sophocles — which will be performed in the Spanos Theatre Nov. 18 to Nov. 20 — that’s just what the main character Antigone had to be to honor her brother.
On Nov. 7, the Canzona Women’s Ensemble will perform a wide variety of selected songs at the San Luis Obispo United Methodist Church.
Friends and family gathered in Cal Poly’s University Union to honor recently deceased Cal Poly alumnus, Andrew Thiel.
The Claassen Gallery will open its doors from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. for “Pascal’s Peeps,” an exhibit of contemporary and street art, on Friday.
Slightly Stoopid will headline the lift off concert for Cypress Hill’s 2010 annual Smoke Out music festival at Pozo Saloon on Friday. This is Slightly Stoopid’s first show in the area since 2007 and Cypress Hill’s first performance ever at Pozo Saloon.