For a year, Cal Poly has been preparing Week of Welcome (WOW) 2018. The nationally-acclaimed orientation program for incoming freshmen and transfer students takes a team of more than 1,000 students to facilitate — many of whom are volunteers. “Studies…
Emily Kluger produced “Till Death, Or Whatever, Do Us Part,” a play written by her father, Garry Michael Kluger.
The show takes place in Chicago in the 1930s and features a conflict between gangsters and vegetable sellers.
The International Center and food science and nutrition students teamed up for the third annual Taste of the World event.
Cal Poly student Elliott Hofferth has performed everywhere from the Madonna Inn to the Magic Castle in Los Angeles.
Lion Dancing shows Chinese culture at upcoming Central Coast Chinese Association New Years’ banquet.
The show, choreographed by both students and professionals, is themed around the diverse music of the 1980s.
They will perform their 14th annual spring concert “Revive” in the Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre June 3 at 6 p.m.
Business administration senior Kaija Clinton can’t wait until graduation to start her career. Her summer plans include launching her own outerwear fashion line called “Fuck With Myself.” The line’s recycled jean jackets promote diversity and individuality with screen printed original…