The 1977 and 78 grads have recently published “The Insider’s Guide to Media Training: 99 tips to Survive your Interview in the Digital Age”, a book they wrote with the intention of helping nervous people learn what to expect during an interview with media.
Creating the “good old days” today: Photography student publishes a book
When art and design sophomore Jo Anna Edmison decided to pursue photography, it was because of a feeling. When her dad gave her an old hand-me-down film camera from his high school days, she realized she wanted to chase the “sublime feeling of art.” Edmison found a supportive community within the Cal Poly Art and […]
“On the Road” Scroll coming to SLO at request of Cal Poly faculty
The single-scroll manuscript of Jack Kerouac’s famous novel “On the Road” will be featured in SLO’s librart for two months.
Limited-edition book coming to University Store this week
Students in University Graphic Systems helped design the book.
50 Shades of Nonsense
Grab your whips and turn on Rihanna’s “S&M,” because this Valentine’s Day we’re doing it the 50 Shades way.
Mustang News Now: 1-Minute update
Mustang News anchor Leah Horner has the headlines you need to know going into this week.
Grad’s novel hits Amazon
Recent graduate Aaron Rowley’s first novel, “Let There Be Care,” was released on Amazon in paperback on Thursday.
Writing career takes off from Cal Poly
Matt Johnson never read an assigned book in high school. Not because he didn’t like to read, but because he didn’t like reading things other people told him to read.
“Because I am Furniture” examines consequences of emotional abuse
What is a good novel? Does it have to have beautiful, lengthy prose? Something that has complex sentence structure?
Themes of love and death intertwine in eerie novel
Audrey Niffenegger, who has recently become known for her work “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” has triumphed again with her latest novel, “Her Fearful Symmetry.” Set in London, Highgate Cemetery to be exact, Niffenegger weaves connections between sisters, strangers and even ghosts.
Memoir tells of author’s unorthodox childhood
Do you find yourself complaining about midterms? Don’t want to write those final papers? Try putting yourself in someone else’s shoes.