With the new pilot party registration program set to be launched April 4, San Luis Obispo residents will have a 20-minute window to quiet down before a citation is issued. […]
As Cal Poly continues to be attacked, ITS is working toward developing new ways to combat the attackers.
While the name of the gathering focuses on women, the event welcomed anyone interested in advocating for human and civil rights.
More than 90 students came together to build cellular apps to solve local community issues at the Camp Polyhacks event at SLO Hothouse.
Looking down the string of people, Code Club SLO founder Vanessa Salas noticed she was one of very few women in line.
The University Art Gallery showcased student-directed films.
Students will compete to make their robot the worst in the competition.
The dance group showed audience members the abstractness in human emotion seen through the movement of the body.
Encompassing live music and dance, Mark Morris’ choreography will make dance more understandable for the average viewer.
Terisa Siagatonu addressed issues of race and gender, generating snaps from students Wednesday night.
Men walked a mile around the downtown area in high heels to raise awareness about sexual assault and gender relations.