“Good intentions are not enough to have positive impacts on our partner communities,” Cal Poly chapter president and mechanical engineering senior Kyle Ennis said.
Near Morro Bay off Highway 1 lies a studio apartment on a ranch where agricultural systems management senior Wyatt Smith spends his time carving and crafting handmade custom leather creations. What once began as a casual hobby for Smith has…
More than 1,200 animals compete in the livestock show where judges come from all over the nation to determine the best animals. Western Bonanza provides exhibitors with more than $100,000 in premiums and sought-after awards.
Quality of Life Plus, or QL+, was originally created in 2006 by Cal Poly alum Jon Monett as a program to help wounded veterans through interdisciplinary senior projects.
A donation of $500,000 to the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) from George P. Johnson (GPJ), a marketing agency under the Project Worldwide network, will allow for a new learning lab within the William and Linda Frost…
Some students are hosting local pop-up shops to make quick cash and take on fast fashion without even leaving home.
Cal Poly students who are unable to study abroad due to the cost of passport application fees are eligible to receive a passport for free.
“We want our speakers to share with our attendees some insight into how they created, reacted to or learned from the horizons that have reached or hope to achieve.”
Cal Poly is one of 23 California State Universities to change policies surrounding language used to describe undocumented people. The move was prompted by “Change the Subject: A documentary about labels, libraries, and activism” that is coming to campus Feb. 4.
For the first time in her life, journalism junior Helyn Oshrin said she claims herself as a witch — but growing up “Jewiccan,” as she put it, was not easy. Oshrin is culturally Jewish and was raised Wiccan. She said…