After two months of applying pumpkin seed oil twice daily, Cal Poly alumnus Julia Kelley’s acne had completely cleared. Now, nearly two years later, Kelley launched her own skin care company.
Andrews wears many hats. In addition to their role as ASI president, they also serve as a co-chair in a committee for city government and chair of the Student Community Liaison Committee, among others. On top of these roles in ASI, they also co-own a business and are a full-time student.
It’s late in the afternoon and Zoe Woomer is in the back room of University Graphic Systems (UGS). She’s manually folding a large stack of calendars designed by a local San Luis Obispo artist; the first of 300 to be included in the order, which is expected to go out the next day.
In 2022, over 9,000 people visited the San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden for an evening of lights, art and nature, according to SLO Botanical Garden executive director Janine Stillman. This […]
Recently, Cal Poly vocalized its efforts on trying to become a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). Throughout October 2023, the campus hosted a series of events and symposiums to discuss how they are approaching this transition and the importance of being a diversity-achieving and inclusive institution.
At Cal Poly, two consecutive weekends in late September and early October are dedicated to the action-packed process of Greek life rush. Potential new members (PNMs) get the opportunity to […]
It’s 9 a.m. and the morning air is infused with the aroma of fermenting grapes. In a tucked-away corner of Cal Poly, a crate brimming with green grapes is starting […]
The Cal Poly theater and dance department presents Sara Ruhl’s award-winning comedy “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” from Nov. 2 – 5 and Nov. 9 – 11 at Spanos Theater.
While Cal Poly ASI offers many different workout classes anywhere from yoga to pilates, they also offer these classes outside and off the mat. Goat Yoga and Boba is a […]
Quickie Delivery, a company founded by two Cal Poly students in Nov. 2021, now plans to expand to a second college campus by Fall 2024.
The Cal Poly Arts invites lovers of Halloween and classical music to “Phantom of the Organ” this Thursday, Oct. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Harold Miossi Hall. “The music of the night” will feature Spanish organist Raul Prieto Ramirez and award-winning opera singers Anna Belaya and Bernardo Bermudez.