Cal Poly has debuted its first commissioned outdoor mural, a 504 square-foot piece that can be seen as you walk along Via Carta Road. The mural, entitled “Generosity,” occupies the triptych wall on the side of the campus market building. The piece was commissioned by the Cal Poly Corporation in May 2022, kicking off an […]
On a foggy morning in Morro Bay, sea otters summersault in the harbor while fishermen heave gear onto their boats. Across the water, surfers rip across silver-blue waves. The Chumash can sometimes be seen climbing Morro Rock — one of many sacred sites along the bay. This coastline may soon be protected by the federal […]
“Redistricting in general is super common in many places all over, and it’s meant to be a practice of making things fair and just and a democratic process,” Brady said.The San Luis Obispo County Citizens for Good Government is filing a lawsuit to try and overturn the decision on the basis that the new map […]
Sept. 2020 marked the end to one of Cal Poly’s summer undergraduate research programs (SURP) where students and Cal Poly alumni developed a safer and cheaper tool to detect sharks off the coast of California using artificial intelligence. Before the new technology, volunteers for the shark lab would have to comb through hours of drone […]
She has been missing for longer than she has been alive. The story of Kristin Smart, a Cal Poly student who has been missing for 23 years, is documented in a new podcast series “Your Own Backyard,” which made its debut Sept. 30, 2019. Podcast creator Chris Lambert, a central coast native, grew up hearing […]
Video by Sydney Brandt Hearst Castle is a popular destination along the Central Coast. Known for its rich history on William Randolph Hearst, people from all over the world travel to see this historic landmark. Now, there is another reason to visit. On Friday and Saturday nights, guests now get to tour Hearst Castle at […]
Changes to LIB times are the main reason as to why Cal Poly students are no longer attending the festival as planned.
Ticket into Tech gives Cal Poly grads the opportunity to work in tech and make a head-of-household wage.
From rolling hills to deserts to dunes, the Central Coast provides a unique and diverse terrain for photographers.
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The City of Morro Bay is a Globally important Bird Area and a State and National Estuary.