Every year employees begin to transform the Cambria Pines Lodge into a winter wonderland over the summer.
Art and design sophomore Lauryn Sugai’s Instagram landed her artwork a place to display at Kuma, a Los Osos sushi and ramen restaurant.
Climbers and non-climbers alike gathered in Mission Plaza Saturday, Nov. 9 to watch “Climb On,” a SLOMotion Film series of six short films all inspired by rock climbing. Although “climb” is in the screening’s name, the topics of each film…
Oak Gast releases episodes every Sunday, covering announcements for the upcoming week, a recap of the previous week and campus news.
Behind the BioResource and Agricultural Engineering (building 8) every Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon is a lively community gathering, country music and, most importantly, burgers. The Agricultural Engineering Society has hosted a weekly barbecue for at least the last…
“I thought we were just going to go through house tours and talk to some of the girls, and that it would be very chill, but it definitely feels more like a job interview, ” Margetta said.
In the more than 66 years Cal Poly has had an ROTC program, they have helped students enter into 17 different branches of the U.S. Army. More than 1,300 officers from Cal Poly have been commissioned into the U.S. Army, Army Reserve and National Guard.
On Halloween, most people imagine going to costume parties or trick-or-treating. But when the sun set on Halloween night, SLOQueerdos performed cult classic Rocky Horror Picture Show to a sold-out audience dressed in their finest fishnets and lipstick. Video by…
“I try to hide when I’m running him,” Seng said. “There have been people who come up and they are just confused.”
The Theatre & Dance department director said its newest production, Lysistrata, is “a sexually charged power grab of epic proportions.” In a new, modern translation, the one-act play is more than a comedy about sex.