Central Coast Pride will hold a multitude of both virtual and in-person events honoring the 25th Anniversary Pride Celebration in San Luis Obispo. Gala Pride and Diversity Center, a local nonprofit, and Cal Poly’s LGBTQ+ Campus Life have joined together to form Central Coast Pride. They share a mission that works to “support and empower […]
Falling in love while dancing the two-step: a local couple remembers The Grad
In 1995, Kristina stepped onto the wood floor of The Graduate with her dance partner Steve Gee. Already a seasoned line dancer, Gee taught Kristina the two-step and she picked up quickly. It was soon muscle memory. Twenty years later, Kristina bought a piece of The Graduate’s wood flooring — the very spot Steve taught […]
How couples cope with COVID-19
Nothing will test the strength of your relationship like a global pandemic. The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the dynamics of many romantic relationships, including those of Cal Poly students. Social distancing guidelines and stay-at-home orders have created a new set of challenges for some couples, while bringing others closer together. Aerospace engineering senior Lacey Davis […]
Cal Poly students recreate Netflix show and find out if ‘Love is Blind’
Netflix’s reality dating show “Love Is Blind” has prompted viewers to ask themselves the question: Is love really blind? Some Cal Poly students have taken it upon themselves to find out. Unlike other dating shows, “Love Is Blind” features a dating atmosphere wherein contestants develop impressions of each other by talking through a wall so […]
Instead of watching a Romcom, don’t
While diving into my Romcom rabbit hole, I’ve noticed several troubling patterns that occur in many of these films — especially if they are produced by Netflix.
Associate Dean Camille O’Bryant came up with ‘Love, Empathy and Respect’ Campaign. Now she is being awarded for it
The Cross Cultural Centers showed some love to the creator of the “Love, Empathy, Respect” campaign as Associate Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics Camille O’Bryant was awarded the first Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Award. The campaign aims to bring more awareness on issues regarding diversity and inclusion within the campus community. Created […]
Are humans meant to be in monogamous relationships?
Many factors play into maintaining monogamous relationships.
Can hate foster love?
Mutual hatred of things may prove better compatibility than mutual interests between partners.
Cal Polyamorous: Managing plural relationships in college
The Polycule is a four-way relationship between three Cal Poly students and an alumna.
‘RSVP XXI: Evangeline’ to explore love and politics
Because the ballet deviates from traditional classical music and instead employs more electronically-made sounds, this ballet strays from the typical.
Put a ring on it: Being married in college
Students hustled to class with packages of scantrons. Students Alex and Ransom Cutshall hustled to the hospital.