Scholar, author and professor Andrew Jolivétte (Atakapa-Ishak Nation of Louisiana [Tsikip/Opelousa/Heron Clan]) will be the keynote speaker at Cal Poly’s College of Liberal Arts Fifth Annual Social Justice Teach-In, which will be held via Zoom on Feb. 11. His presentation, “Black Lives, Indigenous Lives: From Mattering to Thriving,” will take place from 4 to 5:30 p.m.
Industrial engineering senior Trevor Howell created a sustainable candle company using recycled beverage cans.
The newest San Luis Obispo bakery — Monika’s Macarons — is open for business. Owner and head baker Monika Anderson found her passion in French baking, and she incorporates her background in fine art into her baked goods.
One of the most challenging aspects of classes being online is not being able to have conversations that go beyond class material.
For classes taught year-round, professors have had a few quarters to practice teaching in the virtual environment. For classes taught only once a year, however, the virtual teaching space is new. Art and Design Foundation Studies II (ART 103) — a course on color theory — is taught only in winter.
Following the riot, several social media platforms banned President Donald Trump from their sites. However, some Cal Poly community members continue to question what freedom of speech means online.
More than 6,500 miles from her hometown of Samokov, Bulgaria, graphic communication freshman Ivana Nikolova has found a new family: the Cal Poly women’s basketball team. “I came on an official visit last year to Cal Poly and I immediately…
More than 100 San Luis Obispo County residents have died due to COVID-19 since the start of the pandemic, the County confirmed in a Jan. 8 press release.
The San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department announced Monday, Jan. 11 that intensive care unit (ICU) availability for local hospitals increased to 66%. On Jan. 12, the ICU availability decreased to 61%.
Students have until the 7:59 p.m. to add, drop or edit a class. To add a class, students must meet prerequisites and Class Schedule footnote requirements. Permission numbers must also be obtained from the professors before the class can be put into their schedule, according to the Office of the Registrar.