Ever wondered what it’s like to be Ryan or Emily? How about Jack, Matthew or Lauren? At Cal Poly, it’s easy to find out, because according to Cal Poly’s 2021 newly released Directory research, these are the top five most common first names among students.
“If you want to be happy —be” Leo Tolstoy wrote. And if students are inclined to explore Russian writers like him, Cal Poly’s Russian Literature club says, do!
What began as four friends’ late-night chats and sporadic meetings in the library blossomed into Cal Poly’s first Russian Literature Club.
Associated Student, Inc. [ASI] Events will present a Q&A with Michael Che from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 12. The comedian, writer, actor and co-anchor of “Saturday Night Live”’s (SNL) iconic “Weekend Update” segment will answer student questions, which will be chosen by ASI.
When forced to move online, do students’ classes shrivel like raisins in the sun, their glasses dried up and the neat rows of vineyards empty? Cal Poly’s wine and viticulture (WVIT) program is seeking fresh ways to answer this question, encourage collaboration and exploration of the wine industry.
What do Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an anonymous Instagram account and Cal Poly share in common? Together, they inspired public health sophomore Tanya Patil to establish a new club on campus —“Womxn Empowered” (WE).
The theme — “My Existence Is…” — encouraged attendees to consider the nuances of experience as an undocumented person.
Pre-COVID-19, architecture students spent hours producing drafts, drawings and models in their design studio classes. Online schooling presents an unexpected challenge to Architecture Studio Design classes, forced to alter their hands-on approach. According to architecture junior Tomy Stankiewicz, in-person studio…
Surfers packed into the Field Day Coffee parking lot to check out some new boards at the Surfboard Buy, Trade and Swap event on Oct. 3. Surfers brought boards to sell, trade or buy. The swap was put on by…
Driving from San Luis Obispo to Los Angeles, Claudia Kraake was struck with an idea so exciting, she pulled over on the side of the freeway to brainstorm, she said. To help local K-12 students navigate online learning, the child development junior built a network of Cal Poly student tutors.
The Cal Poly English department’s annual Byzantium literary journal unveiled its 30th edition in an unprecedented way: an online publication with a week-long celebration of the journal’s history. The award-winning literary journal was created entirely by undergraduate students. Since 1990,…