Made of entirely recycled materials, The YOUnity Bench celebrates how education promotes and benefits from diversity, inclusion and civil discourse by enhancing multi-cultural understanding.
From 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the University Union’s first floor, students are invited to discuss a new theme each session relating to global issues, hot topics on campus and community matters.
The MultiCultural Center (MCC) unofficially opened Feb. 13 in their new location downstairs in the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU).
The event will feature a variety of resources for students of color, such as workshops, caucuses and a case study.
Cross Cultural Centers Lead Coordinator Jose Leon is working to make memorable college experiences for Cal Poly students. “Coming to college is an amazing experience if you’re building a community and connected,” Leon said. “Part of our responsibility in the…
The Multicultural Center will be relocating to the downstairs space that used to house the Cal Poly Rose Float.
The multicultural center and other Chinese cultural clubs brought traditional lunar new year celebrations to Cal Poly in hopes to educate the public on their holiday customs.
Speakers at the rally will include President of NAACP San Luis Obispo County Stephen Vines, mayor Heidi Harmon and high school student Keanu Lyday.
The show’s theme, I Am Here, allowed students from diverse backgrounds to assert their presence on campus.