They have found some of the best habitats in estuaries throughout California.
A student-created wine pavilion design has been selected by Cal Poly professors and staff members of the Wine History Project to be on display in Edna Valley.
Baroque music is old, but not stiff, according to music sophomore Zahra Rothschild. She is one of many students who partook in Bach Week, a six-day festival celebrating the music of the Baroque era.
“I think it’s disappointing that Cal Poly isn’t taking a more progressive approach on expanding the opportunities of hemp,” Farmer and Cal Poly alumnus Alex McCabe said.
From 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the University Union’s first floor, students are invited to discuss a new theme each session relating to global issues, hot topics on campus and community matters.
Chemistry professor Matthew Zoerb and a group of undergraduate students are conducting research to help people better understand the effects wildfires have on health and the environment. In the past few years, California has seen the most destructive wildfires in…
Monday and Wednesday nights, the Recreation Center wrestling room becomes a dojo. Students are able to manage their stress by practicing Shorin Ryu, a conservative style of karate from Okinawa, Japan. Cal Poly Karate has its origins in 1979, when…
Their mission? To build a robot that can drill through rocks and sand, and extract clean water from the ice beneath it while simultaneously taking measurements.
Thirteen years and millions of cells ago, Kristen O’Halloran Cardinal began the tissue engineering lab at Cal Poly.
The Farm Shop was buzzing with life and interaction as the Agriculture and Business Management (ABM) Club hosted its annual Agriculture Showcase and Industry Social. “We are out here to provide opportunities for students to get jobs,” agricultural business and…
A group of Cal Poly students are building an artificial intelligence voice assistant that aims to provide students and faculty with knowledge of courses, buildings, faculty and other campus information.