Students filled the University Union Plaza at 6 p.m. on Monday to remember Giselle Ayala, who died in Santa Barbara more than a week ago. Speakers included Associated Students, Inc. President Katie Morrow, who read a letter from the deceased sociology freshman’s family, and close friends of Ayala.
Aryn Sanderson firstname.lastname@example.org The Blue Man Group broke its silence April 8. In a rare treat, Cal Poly students were able to interact with the Blue Man Group unmasked and outside of character. Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department, in conjunction with Expressive Technology Studios, hosted Blue Man Group performers Russell Rinker and Shane Andries […]
Carly Rickards email@example.com The fading light of the late afternoon darkens Bryn Hobson’s view of the paint palette and torn piece of paper in front of him. His right hand, decorated by a red, threaded bracelet embroidered with the word “SELFLESS,” reaches to switch on a desk lamp, illuminating the swirling, splattered mess of oranges […]
Cal Poly students weigh in on what Valentine’s Day means and share some of their experiences on the holiday in the video below.
Kelly Trom firstname.lastname@example.org It’s not all flashy spins and kicks during the 43rd annual Orchesis dance concert “Suspension.” The Orchesis dance company will take center stage this weekend at Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre. The modern and contemporary show focuses on conveying messages and ideas through the movement of the dancers. “It’s a title that tries to encompass […]
Allison Montroy email@example.com Not a single person is still. All around there is hopping, jumping, clapping and chanting. Kanye West’s “Ni**az in Paris” fills the small, curtained room with energy. Three groups form, laughing, shaking and shuffling their feet against the concrete floor. They make up skits, jokes and stories. To an outsider, it may […]
Mustang Daily Staff Report firstname.lastname@example.org Glitter, glamour and a gold bodysuit illuminated Chumash Auditorium on Friday, as people dressed as magicians, lion tamers, puppets and Siamese twins came together in support of transgender awareness. A group of recreation, parks and tourism administration students planned a fashion show as the grand finale to a series of […]
Theatre arts sophomore Brett Olson was remembered Monday night, as hundreds of family members, friends and fraternity brothers gathered for a memorial service and candlelight vigil. Olson was reported missing Sept. 3 after spending Labor Day weekend in Chico, Calif. with friends for the annual Labor Day Float down the Sacramento River. At the conclusion of […]
Starbucks’ “Happy Hour” with half-priced frappuccinos hits Cal Poly.
Approximately 20 people meet at Santa Rosa Park every Saturday to play Amtgard, a live-action, medieval weapon game. The Barony of the Seven Sleeping Dragons, as they call themselves, is the San Luis Obispo chapter of the internationally played game.
The 2012 Great Donut Massacre competition, a Greek Week event, raised money for Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo County’s Head Start program. Contestants from different sororities and fraternities competed in four categories: men’s and women’s powdered doughnuts, and men’s and women’s devil cake doughnuts.