A crowded audience filled the Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Feb. 12, holding bouquets for their favorite performers. The Illuminate Dance Showcase was back for its fifth year and opened to a sold-out venue. United Movement, a non-audition dance group at Cal Poly, hosts the showcase annually, this year being led by UM’s co-presidents Daryl […]
On the mic: A behind-the-scenes look at KCPR’s DJ staff
The disc jockeys (DJs) at KCPR 91.3 FM, Cal Poly’s radio station, are back and broadcasting live from the on-campus studio located on the third floor of the Graphic Arts building. DJs have returned from remote broadcasting to their regular scheduling, with each DJ hosting a two-hour show per week. KCPR has been broadcasting for […]
After receiving backlash for her religion, one student reclaims her identity as a witch
For the first time in her life, journalism junior Helyn Oshrin said she claims herself as a witch — but growing up “Jewiccan,” as she put it, was not easy. Oshrin is culturally Jewish and was raised Wiccan. She said she lost friends who claimed to be afraid of her mother’s Wiccan religious practices. Classmates […]
Music department brings back Bach with a week of Baroque music
Baroque music is old, but not stiff, according to music sophomore Zahra Rothschild. She is one of many students who partook in Bach Week, a six-day festival celebrating the music of the Baroque era.
Lightning In a Bottle to change location, lower ticket capacity after attendee deaths
Changes to LIB times are the main reason as to why Cal Poly students are no longer attending the festival as planned.
Professor and students working with Northern Chumash Tribe recognized for preservation efforts
Governor’s Historic Preservation Awards given to Northern Chumash Tribe, as well as Cal Poly anthropology and geography professor Terry Jones and his students
Indigenous Peoples’ Day campus celebration reclaims Columbus Day
An event was held at the yakʔitʸutʸu Amphitheater in acknowledgment of the first people who occupied Cal Poly’s land.
Perspectives: Gun control
Dean and Atienza write about their views on gun control relating to toxic masculinity, feminism and sensationalism.
Taste of the World: International Center encourages students to experience different cultures
The International Center and food science and nutrition students teamed up for the third annual Taste of the World event.
Restaurant Month spotlights San Luis Obispo’s food industry
SLO CAL Restaurant Month highlights the importance of food culture in San Luis Obispo.
Student models embody diversity at the Cross Cultural Center’s Fashion Show
The show’s theme, I Am Here, allowed students from diverse backgrounds to assert their presence on campus.