Recently, Cal Poly vocalized its efforts on trying to become a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI). Throughout October 2023, the campus hosted a series of events and symposiums to discuss how they are approaching this transition and the importance of being a diversity-achieving and inclusive institution.
Adrian Diaz was walking out of the Robert E. Kennedy Library when he heard a distant but familiar sound. As he kept walking, the sound of stringed instruments grew clearer. […]
Editor’s note: El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. En 2020, la estudiante de tercer año de administración de la construcción, Nina Tamayo, tomó una decisión “que le cambió la vida.” Eso […]
In 2020, construction management junior Nina Tamayo made the “life-altering” decision to move from Calexico, her hometown just five minutes away from the Mexico border, to attend Cal Poly. She […]
Editor’s note: This article is available in Spanish here. Business and accounting junior Joanna Gazcón paves the way for her family and other first-generation Cal Poly students, while holding her […]
Cal Poly announced plans to open a new Latinx Center in the fall quarter of 2022. The grand opening will occur amidst September’s Hispanic Heritage Month and will feature an […]
Sept. 15 marked the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month — a celebration of Latinx culture and, in San Luis Obispo, students and community members join to commemorate this month. Ethnic […]
Mujeres was founded Winter 2018 as a student-run support group for womxn-identifying students of color.
Bartel argues that Armstrong should show solidarity with marginalized communities by refusing to allow Milo Yiannopoulos to speak on campus.
Dia de los Muertos, a traditional Mexican holiday, allowed students to experience a celebration of life honoring the dead.