Keep your New Year’s resolution? There’s an app for that!

Aryn Sanderson The easiest part of New Year’s resolutions? Making them. The hardest? Keeping them. Today is National Ditch Your New Year’s Resolution Day. But if you haven’t broken your 2013 resolution yet, these smart phone apps — and…

Annual ‘Banned Book Week’ reaches final chapter

Banned Books Week came to its close Oct. 1. The event opened the floor for library patrons to discuss why certain books would be censored and to talk about the ideas that made those books controversial in the first place.

Center on campus looks to help professors

Cal Poly’s Center for Teaching and Learning is a tool for faculty to help improve their teaching.

Finals week sex: Cure for the common stress?

So as we go into war against the dreaded Scantron army, our body boosts our strength by nearly shutting down “less important” things, such as our libidos.

The library’s winged friends

You can find birds, bees, bats and owls in the pages of books at the Robert E. Kennedy Library. Sometimes, you can also see them flapping or buzzing in the stacks.

Books to go electronic when Kindles hit the library

Five new Kindles will be available for checkout in the Robert E. Kennedy library on Nov. 2 in an effort to find new forms of technology best suited to students’ study needs.

Senior projects go digital

The Robert E. Kennedy Library implemented a new policy this September that senior projects may now only be submitted to the library electronically through DigitalCommons, a new software that serves as a digital catalog for student projects.

Book and Author Festival attracts literature lovers

The ninth Central Coast Book and Author Festival returned Sunday to Mission Plaza after a year off. The festival, put on by the Foundation of San Luis Obispo County Public Libraries.

Plight of migrant workers on display in library

In response to the racist symbols displayed by the Cal Poly crops house last October, the Agribusiness and Social Sciences departments plan to put on a series of diversity awareness campaigns, the first of which is a photo exhibit called “The Migrant Project: Contemporary California Farm Workers.”

Einstein statue returned, under lock and key

The bust-sized Albert Einstein statue reported missing Monday afternoon by library officials has been found. The statue was returned Thursday morning by the University Police Department (UPD).

Library’s Einstein statue missing

A bust-sized statue of Albert Einstein, usually located on the second floor of the Robert E. Kennedy Library, was missing and considered stolen yesterday afternoon.