English professor publishes personal memoir

English professors write stuff, too.

'Byzantium' celebrates 24 years with a reading at Sally Loo's

The 24th edition of the English department’s “Byzantium” release included good reads and good food.

Academy of American Poets contest underway

It’s the opportunity to win a grand prize with stanzas full of color and creativity bursting off the page. But the clock is ticking.

Creative writing contest winners ‘are advanced users of our tongue’

Allison Montroy amontroy@mustangdaily.net The ancient Greek city of Byzantium was a hub of flourishing culture and literature, from poetry to song, that kept the art of creativity alive through the dark Middle Ages. So it’s only fitting that Cal Poly’s…

Those who teach, write: Cal Poly professors as authors

Kassi Luja kassiluja.md@gmail.com The fluctuating prices of courseware are a common concern among college students. The University Store (formerly El Corral Bookstore) sells books ranging from $1.25 used and $1.50 new to a textbook package that comes with books and workbooks costing…

Cal Poly professor reads poetry in Philips Hall

Cal Poly professor and award-winning poet Kevin Clark, author of “Self-Portrait with Expletives,” read selections of his poetry at Philips Hall Thursday night.