It was a conglomeration of voices.
Two MCC coordinators were hired Sept. 11, one with a passion for assisting Native American students, the other excited to help undocumented students.
There is a controversial side of Halloween: wearing costumes of other cultures that are not your own.
Musical performances, cultural dances and ethnic food booths were just a few of many attractions at CultureFest.
The Comparative Ethnic Studies Association (CESA), an up and coming club, plans to further cultural consciousness on campus.
Cal Poly Multicultural Center asks whether “thug” is the new N-word. Christina Favuzzi talks with students about racism and diversity at Cal Poly.