San Luis Obispo County is committed to counting our entire population—and that includes college students, even if your permanent address is somewhere else. Government officials use Census data to distribute billions of dollars for programs and services, including student loans, campus improvements, research grants, health care, and more. The data will also be used to […]
Author Archives: Sophia Bashey
How the Celebrate the Extra Day This Leap Year
In the midst of exams, projects, and everything else we juggle, everyone can appreciate having a little extra time to have fun. Erin and the Earthquakes, the premiere party band of the Central Coast, is shaking up Charlie’s Place with a free concert from 7-10 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 29. In the words of their drummer, this will […]
Poly Access: Reducing Costs and Making Learning Accessible for all Mustangs
Cal Poly University Store is helping students become ready day one. Poly Access, the University Store’s new digital book program, provides access to course materials prior to the first day of class, ensuring that all students are ready to learn and empowered for academic success. Poly Access is designed to reduce costs and give students […]
Meet the Speakers of the Upcoming TEDxSanLuisObispo 2020 Conference: Xpanding Horizons
On our campus, where many disciplines come together, TEDxSanLuisObispo will hold its fourth annual conference at the Performing Arts Center, Feb. 8 from 4-8 p.m.
Captain Bill’s: Subs with a Story
The story begins in Phoenix, when Bill Whalley, an entrepreneur, comedian, and musician, transformed the sandwich deli he worked at into his own independent sandwich shop. Bill was the kind of man who put his heart and personality into everything he did, and his compassion showed through when he became an unexpected hero. One day, […]
Nuclear Power’s Role in Reducing Climate Change
During Californians for Green Nuclear Power’s program on Oct. 15th, the group will present an overview of recent developments in California and host special guests.
Your guide to Fall fraternity and sorority recruitment
During the first 3 weeks of classes, each chapter will be hosting events that are open to potential new members.
Where did piercings come from?
From earrings to naval piercings and gauges to nose rings, many of us enjoy embellishing our faces and bodies with piercings as a form of self-expression. Even though many people today view piercings as a trendy way to enhance features, people have worn body piercings for a multitude of other reasons for thousands of years. […]
Woodstock’s Pizza opens “The Backyard” for 40-year anniversary
Woodstock’s Pizza’s new “ultimate backyard experience” is set to open and entertain San Luis Obispo community members. The Sept. 27 Grand Opening Community Party presents The Backyard, the chain’s expansion which includes a brand new backyard area sporting picnic tables, games, fully-refurbished bathrooms and two inviting bars featuring 24 taps. Woodstock’s prides itself on creating an environment for […]