“It’s really cool to see women in the Olympics skating,” Elie Horsman said. “It’s really freaking awesome. We’ve come a long way. A long, long way.”
It’s day one of Coachella — the second largest music and arts festival in the United States. Art and design senior Everett Fitzpatrick and his team of visual storytellers are crammed into a small trailer on Indio’s Empire Polo Fields,…
In 2017, two Cal Poly seniors used their connections to create an event to give back to the San Luis Obispo community. Their successful senior project has now turned into an annual charity event helping the local non-profit, Jack’s Helping…
Freshman architecture students took to the catwalk to show off their original paper wearable designs in the “Humans” project Jan. 30.
A concrete canoe might seem like an oxymoron, but Cal Poly’s civil engineering students are employing the laws of science and looking to row their way to another national championship. The Cal Poly team participates in the The National Concrete…
“I wanted people to look at my smile and think ‘Oh, she’s perfect, she’s fine,’ but on the inside, I was the complete opposite.”
He spends around five hours every week doing research — not for his work at the magazine, but for the weekly trivia games he hosts around San Luis Obispo county.
“We want to be a place for people on the Central Coast to go to for local music,” business administration senior and co-founder of SubSessions Wes Berger said. “The goal is not to make money, but [to] continue to act as a platform for local artists to grow.”
The Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department will present their fall production “Trust Fall” in Spanos Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 8 through Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. The production was also performed Nov. 1-3.
The thought of willingly sharing three bathrooms, one kitchen and a living space with 18 other people might seem like someone’s worst nightmare. But those living in the Establishment thrive off living cooperatively amongst a group.