Black Student Union threw their annual Black Love celebration Feb. 23 at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art. With three hours of non-stop piano from music sophomore Edmond McGinley […]
“We thought why not start the conversation now around free speech,” political science sophomore and Cal Poly Democrats Co-President Eireann O’Grady said. “We often only talk about free speech when someone does something racist, sexist or homophobic, and then it gears toward how do we protect this racist. ”
The Women’s and Gender Studies department and Triota share the solidarity statement released by the National Women’s Studies Association.
The Drylongso Collective released a clarifying statement, explaining the difference between Zionism and Judaism.
African American students share the importance of celebrating Black History Month on a predominantly white campus.
BSU acts as an on-campus community for black students and students of other identities to come together.
Nearly 130 Cal Poly community members were in attendance at the 9 p.m. protest on Veterans’ Day.
If one thing could bring students together this weekend, other than the Blue-Green Rivalry game, it was CultureFest. The Rio de Janeiro Carnival-themed festival, put on by the Cross Cultural […]
“BSU brought me my family,” ethnic studies junior and current BSU president Saisa Willis said.