Before Cal Poly alumni Jordan Kepler had even realized it, he became the winner of season 8, episode 10 “Head Hunters Revenge,” of the History channel’s Forged in Fire.
Since the turn to virtual life, “Netflix and chill” took on a new and literal meaning. According to a Twitter poll of 39 participants conducted by Mustang News, Netflix is the favorite streaming service among Cal Poly students and faculty.…
“It was just such a strange feeling of every time I checked the email like ‘Oh my god, oh my god,’” Senn said. “Within that small weekend of three days, life totally changed.”
The transition to online learning meant that Cal Poly students and staff are no longer spending their days climbing the “poly hills” and strengthening their “poly calves,” but rather sitting at their desks, staring at a computer screen.
It was 11 p.m. when business administration senior Daniel Macavei, laying in bed listening to a podcast, had the idea to create something that he wished he could have looked to a few years ago, before he began his coming out journey.
Rather than being surrounded by easily accessible equipment and being face-to-face with her team in the KCPR studio, Hughes has been tackling her job from a 13-inch computer screen.
With the move to virtual learning, KCPR’s biggest change — among both the news and music teams — has been the remote production of shows, according to Hughes.
With a year marked by social unrest and a pandemic, Cal Poly students and staff are looking forward to 2021 — creating New Year’s resolutions inspired by the past year.
The Sunset Drive-In, San Luis Obispo’s only drive-in movie theater since 1950, has seen some changes in business this year.
As of this time, incumbent Salud Carbajal is leading in the race for the United States 24th Congressional District with 162,131 votes, or 63.2 percent.
Students will be forced to get creative this year for October’s annual Halloween celebration. Due to COVID-19, regulations have been enforced to ensure a safe weekend for students and residents alike.