After having some bad experiences with jitters, two UC Berkeley students created “jitter-less” coffee and it’s available at Cal Poly.
Students are hopping on the tiny trend, thanks to an ordinance that legalized tiny homes in residential neighborhoods in San Luis Obispo in 2018.
Many students look forward to winter break not only for a few weeks without a midterm, but also for going home to spend time with family and friends. The story is different for many working college students, though.
An all-women team of College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Science (CAFES) students flourished in an annual statewide flower-arranging contest.
Cal Poly’s underwater-themed rose float will be second out of 44 floats to roll down Colorado Boulevard at the 2020 Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena. “We’ve never been so close to the beginning of the route,” President of the…
What if the Olympics took place in the middle of the woods instead of on a track? What if instead of using javelins, they used chainsaws? How about climbing up redwoods instead of jumping over hurdles? The answer to these…
“So what you want to do is you want to take your heel off, and you have a flat,” Kym Douglas said in the episode. “I just took my heel off. Look, I got flat shoes.”
For six years, she has helped victims rebuild their lives and works with an organization to alert them that they have been scammed.
Sam Denicola bakes up to 60 loaves a week and sells them to community members through his mobile shop, SLO Bread Bike.
In August 2019, the car reached a peak speed of 51 mph, just a few miles short of breaking the world record.
It has seen rivalries in the 1920s, political protests in the 1960s, a Bruce Springsteen transformation in the 1980s, and everything else from marriage proposals, to vandalism and neglect through the decades.