Graphic communication senior Brandon Lutze won first place for his “Rethink Print” themed poster in the Graphic Arts Education and Research Foundation (GAERF) 2010 Student Design Competition.
For more than 100 years, the homecoming tradition at Cal Poly has brought celebration, athletics, activities such as rodeos and parades and school pride to both its alumni and current students.
Author Mark Mathabane spoke at Spanos Theatre on Oct. 21 about his novel, censorship, beliefs and humanity.
The Sunday Nas and Damian Marley concert at the Avila Beach Golf Resort was a celebration of hip-hop, reggae and marijuana smoking.
Controversial rapper Nas, who said “hip-hop was dead” in 2006, and Damian Marley, the first and only reggae/dancehall artist to win two Grammys on the same night, will perform together at the Avila Beach Golf Resort Oct. 17. Latin/reggae-rock band Rey Fresco is the opening act.
Dozens packed onto Dexter Lawn for the annual Study Abroad Fair on Oct. 7. The fair featured several booths for the different study abroad, volunteer, scholarship and internship options Cal Poly offers.
It’s important to get good grades because a ‘C’ average “means you only know 70 percent,” Cosby said. No one would accept a doctor who only knew 70 percent about his professional field.
Rock the Vote is coming to Mission Plaza Sunday, Oct. 3. The event, which is presented by the student-run, nonpartisan organization GET OUT THE VOTE, will feature five hours of live music and speeches.
Graphic design icon Ed Fella’s work will be exhibited at the University Art Gallery from Sept. 24 to Oct. 23.