Meet the Multicultural Center: A source of knowledge and fun

An introduction to Cal Poly’s center for culture and diversity.

ATOG goes hip-hop with new poet

The MultiCultural Center (MCC) will host a celebration of diversity and words Wednesday night with the return of its popular poetry event, Another Type of Groove (ATOG). The event offers open mics to attendees before and after showcasing a notable…

Celebrate the American Indian pow wow with MCC and AISA

The MultiCultural Center (MCC) and the American Indian Student Association (AISA) will hold a workshop that teaches the history, etiquette, dances and songs of a Native American community gathering called the pow wow on Thursday, Feb. 10.

Stomp the Plaza to celebrate diversity at Cal Poly

Cal Poly students can celebrate diversity today during Stomp the Plaza in the University Union Plaza.

Poet brings women’s issues to forefront at Another Type of Groove

Poet Thea Monyee will perform at Another Type of Groove in Chumash Auditorium at 7:30 tonight.

World Poetry Slam Champion headlines Another Type of Groove

Award winning poet and World Poetry Slam Champion Joaquin Zihuatanejo will be the featured poet at the MultiCultural Center’s Another Type of Groove (ATOG) event tonight.

Another type of groove brings back Mr. Poetic

Davenport made his Cal Poly debut at ATOG in December 2008 when he opened up for friend and featured poet Javon Johnson.

Poly experiences Colombian perspective

Most commonly associated with drug cartels, native Colombians want people to know the passion for life, food and music often overlooked. In a panel discussion Thursday night at Lambda Theta Alpha’s “A Night in Colombia” event, Oscar Daza reminisced about the passion for life and food the people of Colombia have in his home country.