Students have seen his emails, heard his name spoken in the halls and the not-so-rare occasions, spoken with him as he walks around campus. Jeffery Armstrong is known on campus for his work as the university president, but how much do students really know about him? Sitting on the couch in his living room in […]
Community members marched, performed, lit candles and supported survivors of sexual assault and gender-based violence at this year’s Take Back the Night gathering on Thursday, April 25 on Mission Plaza. An international event with history as far back as the 1970s, Take Back The Night’s message is to raise awareness about sexual, domestic and gender-based […]
The audience decides the characters’ fate in the inaugural production from Spork in the Road Theater Company, “the state of being happy” written by theater sophomore Grantland Tracy. The show will premiere April 12 at 8 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center pavilion. The Show Video by Sabrina Thompson “the state of being happy” […]
Alumni, parents, faculty, staff and students are encouraged to donate to various campus organizations this week as part of Poly Gives, a week coordinated by Cal Poly Annual Giving. In its third year, Poly Gives aims to raise money that goes directly back to students, supplementing and funding what state funds cannot. This year the […]
Instead of the photo display, paintings or sculptures that usually decorate the walls of the University Art Gallery, long sheets of paper are taped to the walls. Students are now taking their creative visions and putting them on display for the campus to see. Cal Poly’s first Draw-A-Thon is a chance for students to come and […]
On big game nights, an untamed stallion gallops across the football stadium as the crowd cheers him on. Affectionately known as Musty the Mustang, the 15 year-old horse has been reestablishing this game-time tradition for the past six years. Perhaps no one knows him better than the students who care for him in class. In […]
Spanos Theater’s stage has been transformed into an open space and will no longer mask the backstage areas.
In 2017, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets across the nation in the first Women’s March — with a reported 10,000 participants in San Luis Obispo. In 2018, they marched again. And once again, the community plans to march at Women’s March SLO 2019, “Truth to Power,” on Jan. 19. The march […]
With more than 100 chapters across the country, the San Luis Obispo chapter was started three years ago by art and design senior Molly Eichten and some of her friends.
The Kennedy Library Atrium is mostly quiet, save for a few hushed conversations occurring between friends and newly acquainted students. Those who needed a break or some free art supplies to work on a project have gathered for Pop-Up Painting.
The program is recognized by some students and faculty as having a culture that can often result in unhealthy lifestyles and choices.