#IAmCalPoly photo campaign to put student diversity on display

“Just because I am quiet doesn’t mean I am invisible. I fought hard to be here.”

Spot the Senior Project: 9 student and faculty projects around campus

The bench you’re sitting on could have been a senior project. That sculpture you admire could have been a professor’s creation.

Hackathon brings entrepreneurial students together across campus

Students “hacked” away this past weekend at Cal Poly’s second annual Hackathon.

PolyConnect computer labs begin new ‘check-in’ system

The PolyConnect labs in the Robert E. Kennedy Library have set up a new system to help bring down the wait time for computers.

Here’s how you could win $3,000 to bring your hero to campus

The second annual Open Science Café will be held in Spring 2015 — and you could choose who presents.

9 Cal Poly Facebook pages you need to ‘like’ right now

Facebook comes in handy not only to stay in touch with friends and family, but also to help you connect with the campus community. Here are pages that can assist you with that.

Goats come to the library

Students stopped by the library on Tuesday to visit with baby goats in between classes. Reporter Jenna Brown joined them to see how visiting with goats can be a fun way to relax.

6 signs fall has fallen upon SLO

Since you wouldn’t be able to tell by the weather.

Library phone lockers give students a place to recharge

The library is providing a place for students to charge their phones called the “Power Up” station.

Putting the art back into technical disciplines

A paintbrush and a microscope. A blank canvas and an empty microscope slide. A rush of inspiration and the excitement of a newfound discovery. These are the tools that professionals in both the art and science fields use to solve similar problems, albeit in very different ways.

Kennedy Library to house Banned Books Week display

Robert E. Kennedy Library is tipping its hat this week to Banned Books Week by hosting a display of anti-censorship art.