The NCAA passed legislation allowing Division I athletes unlimited meals and snacks.
The first Earth Day Sustainability Fair will show off the various initiatives involving sustainability that are happening on Cal Poly’s campus and in the San Luis Obispo community.
The first-ever senior Spring Commencement Fair is right around the corner. Hosted by the University Store, the event will take place in the Julian A. McPhee University Union (building 65), room 220 on April 24 and 25.
G. Brothers — a popular barbeque eatery in San Luis Obispo that serves up tasty treats like chicken and kettle corn, is also a hangout for one group of Cal Poly students in particular. This group meets up at the restaurant to talk about their start-up, Lock and Load.
A Cal Poly student start-up has the potential to change the fitness industry.
The team, which competed against two other Cal Poly student teams, was organized by junior Nathan Miner and sophomore Alex Toppenberg.
“It’s a hybrid between Etsy and eBay, but for the outdoors,” said Sander DiAngelis. “Much more engaging.”
Local band Sparrows Gate will perform in the University Union Plaza on Feb. 27.
Panhellenic sorority Chi Omega hopes to exceed the $33,000 it brought in last year for Make-A-Wish Tri-Counties.
Cal Poly alumnus Ivan McLean is the artist behind “Spheres.”
Cal Poly staff, faculty and administrators discuss what they are thankful for globally, nationally, locally and personally.