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“Playing in Unison”: A new documentary about the history behind the Performing Arts Center

On April 23, the Foundation of the Performing Arts Center hosted a red carpet premiere for the Performing Arts Center’s (PAC) new documentary, “Playing in Unison.”  The night included a few surprises for the guests in attendance, including a new fundraising campaign and an “enchanted oasis” for students and staff to enjoy. There were many […]

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How one Cal Poly student’s charcuterie board business is aiming to bring people together in a new way

Agricultural business junior Isa Iturriria started her charcuterie board business, Boards by Isa, last year after receiving praise from friends and family for her designs. Her boards come in various sizes and can be ordered at any time. She makes them for all occasions, such as graduation and Valentine’s Day, and is also taking board […]

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A Cal Poly alum is helping people repair their old phones in order to reduce e-waste –– here’s how

In 2003, Cal Poly computer science freshman Kyle Wiens accidentally dropped his Apple iBook and broke it. He couldn’t find a repair manual online, so he figured out how to fix the laptop himself — then made a repair manual to share with others.  Over the past nearly 20 years, Wiens has been co-founder and […]

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New director of Cal Poly Arts Molly Clark shares her plans for the 2022-2023 season

Molly Clark has recently been hired as the first female director of Cal Poly Arts, succeeding Steve Lerian, and she has big plans for the 2022-2023 season. “I’m keenly interested in attracting a diverse demographic into our audience and a multi generational one,” Clark said. “We have a responsibility to react to things that are happening […]