Music professor Suzanne Duffy (upper right) performs Bach’s “Musical Offering” seperately in a recording studio to adhere to health guidlines.
Art and design senior Jo Anna Edmison did not have a set plan when she started capturing the stories of female surfers and skaters with her film camera. Three years later, she had turned her footage into an eight-minute short film that has been viewed around the world, and will now be featured in an in-person screening in San Luis Obispo.
Cal Poly’s Office of Writing and Learning Initiatives recently changed the options available for students to fulfill the Graduation Writing Requirement (GWR) — a CSU-mandated writing program that students must complete in order to graduate.
Medical Design Club, an instructionally related activity (IRA) in which student members propose and design solutions to issues in the medical field, has added three new projects to its current agenda.
County Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong discussed common mistakes to avoid that can disqualify ballots as well as what to do if a voter makes a mistake.
Turning 21-years-old is often seen as a significant milestone, and for many, is considered the first real taste of adulthood. For students living in San Luis Obispo, going on a bar crawl downtown is the traditional way to celebrate, and is considered a rite of passage for many 21-year-olds.
The North County Adaptive Sports Program provides adapted physical activities for individuals living with developmental disabilities. The program serves participants or athletes from 14 to 70 years old throughout the Central Coast, and they engage in a variety of recreational activities such as basketball, volleyball and aquatics.
A team of two Cal Poly students, a Cal Poly alumni and three professors are creating a prototype for a system of devices that will detect and prevent wildfires in California. The idea for the system originated from a Cal…
After receiving approval from the CSU Chancellor’s Office, Cal Poly announced its plans for Fall quarter on Aug. 12 in a campus-wide email. The university planned to hold about 13 percent of the quarter’s 4,300 sections in-person, and professors have modified their courses to uphold safety guidelines while preserving hands-on learning.
A group of Cal Poly students led by graphic communication junior Annika Furr are creating a virtual training program called “Refuse, Reduce, Recycle” for incoming freshmen to educate them on personal sustainability practices.
Local Black Lives Matter activist 20-year-old Tianna Arata was arrested on five felony counts and three misdemeanors after participating in a protest on July 21. Arata has not yet been officially charged with any crimes and awaits a decision from the District Attorney.