Change the Status Quo conference featured slam poet “Simply Kat” and Invisible Children. A variety of workshops were held at Chumash Auditorium and attendants listened to the keynote speaker, a former Ugandan child-soldier.
Every two hours a person under the age of 25 tries to commit suicide. With academic, social, and financial pressure, coping can be harder than it seems.
Change the Status Quo brings Invisible Children and former child soldier to speak on Saturday as part of their conference that is promoting student activism.
The Central Coast Business Symposium is set for tonight at the Clark Center in Arroyo Grande. It will feature a variety of different speakers.
The Cal Poly Triathalon team held their Ninth Annual “Chains of Love” run through the hills of San Luis Obispo on Valentine’s Day, to raise money to help fund their trip to a national meet in April.
“Moebius” is an annual publication that aims to feature the works of students, staff, and faculty that pertain to the theme of the year.
A benefit concert called Hope for Haiti is being held on Friday to raise money for Doctors helping the relief effort in Haiti.
A presentation about deregulation and American government was given by Princeton lecturer Eduardo Canedo on Jan. 26 in the Agriculture building.
A Cal Poly professor recently won the Creative Achievement Award from the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture.
A lecture about the way individuals think of freedom was given by a guest speaker in the University Union Jan. 21. Professor John Medearis, a political science teacher from the University of California, Riverside spoke to Cal Poly students about…