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Cal Poly’s mock trial team throws down in SLO-Town Hoedown Tournament

Imagine entering a trial room and seeing the usual individuals: attorneys, judges and witnesses. Now picture them wearing pink cowboy hats, all in pursuit of one goal: trophies with horses on them.  All of these qualities described Cal Poly’s mock trial team during their winter quarter tournament, the SLO-Town Hoedown, which took place Jan. 28-29.  […]

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‘I decided I wanted to be that voice’: Student creates motivational podcast “Spilling Tea with a POC”

Coming to Cal Poly, communications sophomore Jasmine Phipps said she would wonder, and hope, that she’d see another Black student in one of her classes. “[That] bothered me to the point where I was like, ‘Okay, I wanna share what I am experiencing because I know it will help other people,’” Phipps said. Then, in […]

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‘I owe it to my younger self’: How a Cal Poly freshman started a club women’s baseball team

When Arwen McCullough looked to apply to colleges, the thought of club women’s baseball hadn’t crossed her mind.  “I was looking like, where can I play softball?… What [schools] have men’s club baseball?” McCollough said. But then McCullough, now a recreation, parks and tourism administration freshman, started to see women’s club baseball pop up at […]

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Fremont Theater hosts themed dance nights, attracting an unconventional mix of audiences 

Fremont Theater in Downtown San Luis Obispo hosts a variety of shows attended by different age groups of the community. While the theater debuts a diverse set of artists, they also are responsible for putting on different themed nights. Some of these themed nights include: Emo Night, Gimme Gimme Disco and Taylor Swift Night.  Fremont […]

Posted inArts

Senior project exhibition of BIPOC, queer artists to be hosted at Bread Bike

On Wednesday, works by local BIPOC/Queer artists of different mediums will be showcased at “Common Ground,” a collaborative exhibition centering and amplifying marginalized narratives, identity and culture. The evening will begin with opening remarks from local organizations including AAPI SLO, Race Matters SLO and 501 ©3 organizations. Additionally, there will be live music performances from […]



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