The Sunset Drive-In, San Luis Obispo’s only drive-in movie theater since 1950, has seen some changes in business this year.
Aerospace engineering junior Alex Fung is paralyzed from the shoulders down. Having a disability since 2012, he is accustomed to maneuvering a wheelchair to get where he wants to go. But the device that allows him to get around campus…
Halloween is over, but finals week is still creeping up for Cal Poly students. During past in-person quarters that would typically mean the library, coffee shops and dorms would be filled with students trying to get some last minute studying in. However, COVID-19 has forced students to find other places to study.
Students who are living on campus are required to move out of housing by Nov. 21, according to the Cal Poly Housing website. This means that for students living on campus, they will have to move out the week before finals week, whereas last year students would normally stay on-campus through finals.
Cal Poly’s Theatre and Dance Department released their first virtual play this Saturday, Nov. 14 at 2:00 p.m. Theatre and Dance Department chair Josh Machamer said the department will use tips and tricks he learned while directing Shakespearean plays during quarantine…
A team of Cal Poly staff members in the School of Education have been awarded a $2.1 million grant for support of local educators, according to a Cal Poly press release. The U.S. Department of Education gave the Teacher Quality…
Since the start of quarantine, many other students at Cal Poly have been starting and adding to their own plant collections, along with Sugai.
Eaddy decided to do something about it. Along with child development sophomore Olivia Boles, Eaddy started making care packages for the homeless community in San Luis Obispo (SLO).
What do Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an anonymous Instagram account and Cal Poly share in common? Together, they inspired public health sophomore Tanya Patil to establish a new club on campus —“Womxn Empowered” (WE).
Students will be forced to get creative this year for October’s annual Halloween celebration. Due to COVID-19, regulations have been enforced to ensure a safe weekend for students and residents alike.
Medical Design Club, an instructionally related activity (IRA) in which student members propose and design solutions to issues in the medical field, has added three new projects to its current agenda.