It’s nearly spring … and being a woman living near the beach, getting my body beach perfect (or at least ‘ready’) is weighing heavily on my mind.
Construction on Cal Poly’s campus continued over the spring break holiday, and many students hoped progress would be evident by the time school resumed today. Elana Polan, a graphic communication senior, said before the break that she would like to see Area 52 opened up again. “Without that walkway it’s basically impossible to get to […]
A local business was burglarized over the weekend — losing approximately $50,000 worth of merchandise.
The graphic communication (GrC) department at Cal Poly recently unveiled an improved printing lab on campus — the Dow Jones and Company Web Printing Laboratory.
The Cal Poly softball team has a tough nonconference schedule. Of the 14 games the team has played, 10 have been versus ranked opponents. So far, the result has not been good for the unranked Cal Poly team.
Few events can bring freshmen choir singers, senior Arab music aficionados, professionally trained musicians, ethnic dancers and music appreciators together for a single show. Cal Poly, however, will host a concert that will do just that.
The Cal Poly College of Liberal Arts (CLA), in conjunction with CLA Ambassadors and CLA Student Council, will host Liberal Arts Week from Feb. 15 to 17.
Cary Subel, an industrial engineering senior, uses his iPhone for most things, even to navigate Cal Poly’s campus via the Cal Poly application. The university app has a lot of campus related information, but Subel mostly uses the campus map feature.
Worldwide, many consider rugby to be the second most popular sport only to soccer. In countries like New Zealand, South Africa and Ireland, rugby is the sport of choice and often invites a cult-like following. In the United States, however, rugby does not reign supreme. The Cal Poly men’s club rugby team is working to […]
The Cal Poly Society of Women Engineers (SWE) honored five women at its “Evening With Industry” awards banquet on January 21 with the 2011 Outstanding Women in Engineering and Technology Award. This year’s honorees were Anne Beug, Sarah R. Chang, Laura Dearborn, Anna Hopper and Jennifer Hughes.
The Cal Poly chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) participated for its first time in the NECA Green Energy Challenge (GEC) in October 2010, and won first place in the poster competition.