Put your SLO favorites on the map

Vote for Poly Picks 2023 Today!

Posted inNews

“No Rainbows” in Linnaea’s Cafe: sharing local LGBTQ+ experiences through art

Four Cal Poly students are showcasing art form local queer and trans artists in Linnaea’s Cafe during National Pride Month. Cal Poly psychology seniors Ell Hundertmark, Lily Packer, Chloe Fleischer and Lorena Alvarez organized the art exhibit for their senior project. The exhibit began Tuesday, June 1 and will run until Sunday, June 27. The […]

Posted inCOVID-19

Students, staff see gaps in LGBTQ+ care due to pandemic

At the beginning of the 2019-20 academic year, the University Health Center began providing comprehensive LGBTQ+ medical and mental health services that are critical for some students. One such student was Cal Poly alumn Autumn Ford, who at the time, emphasized the importance of having a safe space for students to access care — without having to worry about it being “taken away” from them.

Posted inNews

Thousands advocate for broad spectrum of causes at Women’s March

Thousands of people gathered at Mitchell Park Saturday, Jan. 18 for the fourth annual San Luis Obispo Women’s March, themed “The Time is Now.” This year’s Women’s March advocated for five actions: show up, speak up, vote, run and lead. It encompassed multiple issues and advocacy efforts, expressed in English, Spanish and tʔɨnɨsmuʔ tiłhinkʔtitʸu, the language […]

Posted inTop Stories

Students now have the option to add personal pronouns to campus data system

Students now have the option to add their personal pronouns to the campus directory. As of Jan. 2020, pronouns will display on classroom and other administrative rosters, according to the Pride Center. This will allow professors to address students by their self-reported pronouns.  “When someone is referred to with the wrong name or pronoun, it can […]

Posted inArts

Pride Month encompasses a celebration for each unique identity

Cal Poly’s LGBTQIAP+ community celebrates their most significant and impactful event: during the month of April: Pride Month. The Pride Center was created to support and advocate for the unique academic and social needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual and pansexual (LGBTQIAP+) students to promote personal growth and success, according […]



Listen to KCPR Podcasts

Follow us on Spotify, Apple or wherever you get your podcasts.