Food science senior and creator of pop-up restaurant DENCH, Jimmy Wong has become San Luis Obispo’s resident student-celebrity chef.
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The Butterfly Project: Dismantling discrimination against the LGBTQ community
The Butterfly Project featured Jessica Lynn’s story as part of a bigger conversation to actively dismantle transphobia in everyday life.
Cal Poly’s newest club calls to artists of every medium
Artists from all walks of life can now find a place to call home in Cal Poly’s new art club: SLO Brush. Created by graphic communication junior Javier Suarez, SLO Brush provides a realm for artists to come together and find inspiration. “The idea came about a while ago, but I finally took action last […]
San Luis Obispo publication Respect the Funk makes new moves
Respect the Funk has officially produced two magazines since their initial establishment after releasing content a year ago.
Los Osos artist aims to create conversations about sex education through art
Melissa Zak hopes the playful nature of her art will welcome others into conversations about sex and sexuality.
Women’s March San Luis Obispo unites to empower and inspire the community
The cities of San Luis Obispo and surrounding cities declared January the month of the Women’s March San Luis Obispo.
Ready to Rock: Unique geology of Central Coast inspires business ventures and hobbies
From the soft touch of sand on Pismo Beach to the crisp smell of the trees in the Los Padres National Forest, the Central Coast is an enriched area filled with an abundance of natural resources. San Luis Obispo community members take advantage of the Central Coast’s unique environment, developing hobbies and interests based on […]
Flameworking students take over craft center classes
Animal science senior Tristan Bedoya and economics senior Jordan Woo have taken the reigns of flameworking at Cal Poly.
Aspiring chef opens high-class pop-up restaurant in apartment
Food science junior Jimmy Wong creates a high-quality dining experience right in his own apartment.
Dear World brings Cal Poly community together one portrait at a time
Dear World event breaks down emotional barriers and allows students to share their stories
The art of politics and meditation
University of California, Santa Cruz associate professor and political theorist Dean Mathiowetz has been researching the relation of modern Buddhism to democratic theory. Mathiowetz spoke to Cal Poly students and faculty Oct. 19 in the Warren J. Baker Center (building 180) on this paradoxical idea of bringing in the art of meditation to the practice […]