A spring quarter full of promise and celebration, in a matter of weeks, has become a source of grieving.
With these additions, the airport will offer flights to nine cities operated by four different airlines.
When organist Joshua Stafford took the stage in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Jan. 14, 2019, he sat before a very large, yet very small, audience. Stafford’s performance was a part of a long running community-sponsored event — the PAC’s School Matinee Performances program — and his audience was primarily composed of […]
The Makeshift Makers Market team plans to kick off the Christmas season with another event.
A group of Cal Poly students and graduates are working to combat climate change with a carbon dioxide capturing device.
Political science students are working to educate residents of San Luis Obispo about the issue of human sex trafficking.
The TEDxSanLuisObispo is back for a third annual conference, featuring 10 speakers.
A City Council vote on Tuesday, Oct. 16 ensured a permanent place for the city’s party registration program.
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Student Government is now accepting applications for ASI Social Justice Program Funding, designed to give eligible groups additional funding to support education programs promoting acceptance, inclusion and respect. Those eligible for the funding include currently chartered and Cal Poly recognized student organizations and departments. The budget will be divided amongst organizations […]
Cal Poly Health Services is hosting flu shot “pop-ups” to administer free flu vaccinations to Cal Poly students. The next “pop-up” will be held on Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as part of Health Services’ efforts to increase accessibility for students, according to Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Health and Wellbeing […]
Cal Poly University Store changes organization of textbooks in efforts to drive prices down.