At the 19th annual Change the Status Quo Social Justice Leadership Conference, keynote speaker Sonya Renee Taylor relayed a message of “radical self-love.”
Cal Poly’s Theory and Practice of Rodeo class (AG 243) does not meet in the classroom — not even once. The students gather at the rodeo grounds and spend each class working with Ben Londo, the coach of Cal Poly’s rodeo team.
The Cal Poly Organic Farm embodies Learn by Doing to a T — meaning students plan work days, till the soil, plant the seeds, harvest the crops, price the food and sell produce to San Luis Obispo residents. The sales…
If you were a mechanics student at Cal Poly in 1903, odds are you were laying foundations and hammering together buildings. If you were studying agriculture, you were building roads and planting trees. In a couple of years, you or…
The finishing touches have been put on a new bench outside of Kennedy Library, designed and built entirely by three architecture seniors to promote tolerance.
Four students spent the summer listening to storms on Jupiter. Now, they’re seeing how they can implement their project at a local elementary school.
Thirteen industrial technology and packaging students created the Cookout Caddy, a grill-side table to help when barbecuing.
Cal Poly’s University Graphic Systems team is changing to keep up with the quickly changing graphic communication industry.
The Cal Poly Equine Center’s 150-acre plot of land will be the new home to 14 new foals this spring.