Kinesiology graduate Brian Ebisuzaki used to love visiting the Starbucks in the University Union (UU). He would always make a point to greet the employees and strike up a conversation about their day. After getting his drink, Ebisuzaki would walk up to the second floor and start a conversation with a friend, or even a stranger. All of that was taken away when COVID-19 hit, and Ebisuzaki found himself back in his parent’s house.
The future of the DACA program is uncertain, but immigration lawyers will come to campus twice a month until 2021 to offer free services to students, faculty and staff.
Business administration senior Matt Casadona recently turned his liking for a convenient, yet tasty food into an out-of-the-home business.
Students at Cal Poly express themselves through flow arts, a glow-in-the-dark, movement-based discipline including dance, juggling, fire-spinning, and object manipulation.
Biochemistry freshman Adriana Yarkin thought she was the only bagpipe player at Cal Poly. As she practiced, electrical engineering freshman Sophie Guzules heard the music, opened the Facebook app on her phone and posted on the “Overheard at Cal Poly” page.
Political science students are working to educate residents of San Luis Obispo about the issue of human sex trafficking.
The Central Pacific Scuba Club, despite being deemed “too risky” to be a official club on campus, continues to create a community for Cal Poly and Central Coast divers to come together and safely enjoy Pacific Ocean wonders.
The Cal Poly Theatre and Dance Department will present their fall production “Trust Fall” in Spanos Theatre on Thursday, Nov. 8 through Saturday, Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. The production was also performed Nov. 1-3.
Los Osos resident and Cal Poly psychology alumna Lindsay Altman never imagined the stray driftwood she collected from her local beach would spark a business idea, but in 2017, inspiration hit and did just that.