“We’re hoping to infuse hot jazz with a contemporary twist and bring in a younger fan base,” said lead guitarist and vocalist of the Red Skunk Jipzee Swing Band Molly Reeves.
The Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center hosted the 2011 California International Choral Festival.
Kelli Hoffert, a psychology junior who was struck by a gray Chevrolet truck on campus around 11 a.m. Tuesday, is now at Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center recovering from a skull fracture.
Free cheese, olive oil, pie and candy tastings will come to the Sandcastle Inn every Friday this summer at 6 p.m., beginning May 27.
This year, English students Anna Bush and Jesseca Zwicker won first place in the Creative Writing Contest and are featured in “Byzantium.”
Because of Governor Jerry Brown’s 2011-2012 proposed cut of $500 million to California State Universities (CSUs), the total state budget cut for Cal Poly now stands at $25.2 million.
“I’m excited to talk to students about autism because there is a need to raise awareness,” said Kocik, “there’s a lot of things that can make life for people with special needs easier, and the best way is to spread the word.”
One reporter can only cover so much ground when armed with a Yamaha Vino 125 and various reporting technology.
In response to the growing homeless community in San Luis Obispo, the Cal Poly Community Center will be hosting a week of “Homeless Awareness,” throughout the city of San Luis Obispo.
Graduation caps are flying through the air as recent graduates celebrate embarking on a new chapter of life. As they leave college behind the, their recent excitement might turn to fear as they face the daunting, intimidating task ahead:…