Food science senior and creator of pop-up restaurant DENCH, Jimmy Wong has become San Luis Obispo’s resident student-celebrity chef.
The Butterfly Project featured Jessica Lynn’s story as part of a bigger conversation to actively dismantle transphobia in everyday life.
Cal Poly’s Sprinkle celebrated its 11th annual publication of the journal
Business admistration junior Jenny Hoekstra sat on her backyard deck. The golden hour sunlight struck the turquoise beads of her newly made, wire-wrapped earrings, a creation she thought up as she comfortably laid on her lime green yoga mat. Lost in the trance that is her craft, Hoekstra was in her element. Hoekstra started her […]
Kemp has been selling her creations on Etsy and Instagram since her sophomore year of high school.
Emma Norland and Sarah Raykhman have come together to create their own clothing business.
This year’s theme is “Finding Your Why,” which focuses on how individuals choose to spend their time personally and professionally.
Local artists Savannah Rae Nicholson and Danielle Curchill individually created Anahata Rae and RadicalSouls Collective, local artistry businesses. After teaming up last year, both brands have a collective vision of bringing nature, both environmental and humanistic, into their designs. Anahata Rae Nicholson created Anahata Rae in 2014 after a death in her family. ‘Anahata,’ translates […]
Cal Poly’s LGBTQIAP+ community celebrates their most significant and impactful event: during the month of April: Pride Month. The Pride Center was created to support and advocate for the unique academic and social needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual and pansexual (LGBTQIAP+) students to promote personal growth and success, according […]
The student films are created in collaboration between two Cal Poly courses, ISLA 341 and ART 483.
Freet’s senior project highlights the difference between the struggles we face and the way we present ourselves on social media.