Another Type of Groove creates a safe space for all students to express themselves.
Tag: Spoken Word
Snaps for Terisa Siagatonu at ATOG
Terisa Siagatonu addressed issues of race and gender, generating snaps from students Wednesday night.
Saint comes marching in to Another Type of Groove
ATOG will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with guest poet Saint.
Watsky emits good vibes and stellar spoken word at ASI’s Sunset Concert
It was all about good vibes.
Another Type of Groove attacks gender inequality
It was a conglomeration of voices.
First ATOG of the year celebrates Latino heritage series
Put some corn tortillas in oil. Set them at a low boil. Hear them sizzle.
First ATOG of the year remembers Rhodes
The year’s first Another Type of Groove — a monthly spoken word event organized by the MultiCultural Center — began on a somber note Wednesday.
Top five slam poets who have visited Cal Poly
Aryn Sanderson firstname.lastname@example.org I asked George Watsky to my high school prom. I like to think he just never got the Myspace message. I wish I could say I’m low-key obsessed with slam poetry, but really I’m a slam slut. I watch slam videos like some women watch porn. A well-spoken soliloquy makes me sweat. And though […]
The Anthem aims to bring diverse, unfamiliar topics to Cal Poly
Portland-based slam poet Brian Ellis is a fan of performing to unfamiliar faces.
Year’s last ATOG proves ‘poetry is contagious’
Kelly Trom email@example.com The sound of snapping, whoops of agreement and resounding “Word!”s filled Chumash Auditorium as the final Another Type of Groove (ATOG) of the year unfolded Wednesday evening. Organized by the MultiCultural Center, the spoken word event gave the opportunity for any student to show off his or her talent in an open mic […]