The event is free and open to anyone, but it’s aimed at freshmen and sophomores living on campus.
Campus radio station KCPR featured three different types of indie rock bands at WOW showcase this year, including Pleasantly, sea knight and Second Cousins.
Campus administrators are discussing selling KCPR’s radio license, according to an article by Cal Coast News.
Mustang News anchors Julian Del Gaudio and Mallory St. George recap Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.
Melissa Nunez [follow id= “melissaenunez”] KCPR, Cal Poly’s student-run radio station, is presenting its third Open Mic Event at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on April 17 alongside PAC Outreach. “I work at the PAC backstage and was…
Two Cal Poly students are ‘6 Beers Deep’ with their KCPR entertainment talk show. Meet Kolby Hatch and Ben Pawlik.
Musicians from all over the country will pour into San Luis Obispo this weekend for the third annual Fall Flood Festival.
Cal Poly’s radio station, KCPR, is hosting an open mic event in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center Pavilion on Oct. 17 as part of its new push to become more student-friendly.
Allison Montroy email@example.com Cal Poly alumnus Kenny Stevenson always knew he wanted to make people laugh for a living. In second grade, if his teacher had asked what he wanted to be when he grew up, he would have said…