Terisa Siagatonu addressed issues of race and gender, generating snaps from students Wednesday night.
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The Anthem Poetry Slam rises above the hubbub
Everyone left with an elevated eagerness to live with purpose and panache.
‘The Anthem’ bringing professional slam poets to Cal Poly
“We do this in hopes of giving a voice to those who would have otherwise gone unheard.”
Poet Bri Blue ‘in the right place’ at ATOG
“I guess you could say I am what people would never expect a poet to look like.”
Loverspeak sheds light on funny, serious and sensual Valentine’s Day themes
With Valentine’s Day approaching, Cal Poly’s literary magazine Byzantium hosted its annual fundraiser, Loverspeak, a poetry night dedicated to the four-letter word: love. It was an emotional night of laughter and thought-provoking words. English graduate student David Llamas: “Amazon Review.” A hilarious, literal reading of an Amazon Review. English senior Bailey Satterfield: “Greatest Fear.” An intense look at […]
‘Back on the attack’ at ATOG with Judah 1
“If God is in you, what will you do? What will you not do? It’s up to you.”
Watsky to wow Cal Poly students in University Union
Kick off the school year with a free concert.
Another Type of Groove attacks gender inequality
It was a conglomeration of voices.
The Jamba Juice slam poet talks Irish red ale, literature and homelessness
Erik Thurston started his slam poetry career a year and a half ago in New York, where he panhandled on the subway.
The Anthem slams Cal Poly with culture
The Anthem returned to Cal Poly this past weekend. Word.
The Anthem to connect both audience and poet
At most performances, the crowd erupts into loud applause to show appreciation and understanding.