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 […]
El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por Ava Farriday. En lo que sería el primer santuario marino nacional nominado por las tribus en […]
Another major part of campus closed as as part of Cal Poly’s Master Plan. The second floor of the University Union (UU) began its remodel on Oct. 1 with the […]
Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards given to Northern Chumash Tribe, as well as Cal Poly anthropology and geography professor Terry Jones and his students
An event was held at the yakʔitʸutʸu Amphitheater in acknowledgment of the first people who occupied Cal Poly’s land.
As part of Cal Poly’s Diversity Action Initiative, incoming students were required to attend a diversity session.
The final touches are being added to Cal Poly’s newest addition, the yakʔitʸutʸu living community, which is set to be ready for students to move in by Sept. 14. Cal […]
The event allowed students to display what they had learned and also served as a source of liberation for some.
Stern is the keynote speaker at the 16th annual Change of the Status Quo: A Social Justice Conference Feb. 16-17.
Cal Poly student Elliott Hofferth has performed everywhere from the Madonna Inn to the Magic Castle in Los Angeles.
The project is a collaborative effort between local members of the ytt tribe, faculty, staff, University Housing and Student Affairs.