Music students will get the opportunity to have a global education with the Jordan Maler Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Music Scholarship Foundation.
The food truck features a shortened version of the full Cubanissimo Cafe menu: two sandwiches, two rice dishes, small sides and unique Cuban beverages and desserts.
When physics senior Joe Kennedy has an idea in his head, he cannot let it go. He gets a “devilish little look” on his face and rubs his hands together – that is how his friends know he is up to something.
As companies look to hire more technology students instead of traditional accounting students, fintech club members said students need to be prepared for the changing field.
Upon the closure’s announcement, those who would be impacted began to plan for how to best minimize the negative effects of the close of the second largest employer in San Luis Obispo County. And while the county and state prepare for the closure, Mothers for Nuclear are fighting for the opposite.
Since 1993, a ranch in Santa Cruz has supported the Cal Poly motto by providing a space where students can experience the diverse functions of a working ranch with four distinct habitats: wetlands, forests, farms and rangelands. The Swanton Pacific…
A recent video of the unicycle club has circulated around the Cal Poly community, showing unicycle club members playing basketball while atop the single-wheeled cycles.
The account currently has just under 8,000 followers. Why do so many people care about off-guard napping?
After meeting at this year’s Week of Welcome (WOW), two students realized they both had unique talents that could mesh together to create something even better. Business junior Tyler Boylan and sociology junior Emma Veach formed a business selling hand-crafted…
Imagine a world where cakes stay moist after sitting out on the counter for a week. Welcome to food science professor Samir Amin’s universe, which he lovingly calls, “carrot stuff.”