Cal Poly alumni Claire Villasenor is channeling her passion for fitness training into making a difference during the COVID-19 outbreak. Called “Core for a Cause,” her classes are done on Zoom, and anyone wanting to participate can message her on Instagram (@claire_villasenor) for the link. “I’m not an essential worker, so I was like, ‘what […]
Art exhibit “Girls Who Handle It” returns to the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art
As voices roared from within Pinkies Up salon, Megan Cali grew anxious at the front of a line that wrapped down the block. The venue was bursting with hundreds of people. Strangers and close friends alike stood pressed against each other’s backs, sides and shoulders. With hardly enough room to move, the liberal studies senior […]
Students work to recruit diverse prospective freshmen and transfers during PolyCultural Weekend
This PolyCultural Weekend was one of the largest and highlighted Cal Poly’s underrepresented student’s commitment to incoming marginalized students.
Family and friends remember Brett Tyler
Business administration junior Brett Tyler is remembered for his witty personality and sharp style.
SLOMA to request partial funding for new building at SLO open forum
SLOMA is asking that anyone who supports the museum to attend the forum wearing “bright, primary colors.”
#GivingTuesday to promote campus culture of philanthropy
Alumni, parents, supporters and students can donate to several college-specific causes.
The right to stay for all: Reflections from an American in Germany
Bleiberecht fur alle: The right to stay for all.
Op/Ed: CP Democrat candidate endorsement
This opinion piece was written by Cal Poly Democrats President Kayla Clark I speak for the Cal Poly Democrats when I say we endorse President Barack Obama in this election against Governor Mitt Romney. There are several reasons behind this endorsement, starting with education, then health, women’s rights, the economy and foreign policy. On all […]
Op/Ed: CP repubs candidate endorsement
This opinion piece was written by Cal Poly College Republicans Executive Board. This is perhaps the most important election of our lifetime. But this election is not just about Mitt Romney and Barack Obama. It’s about what we, as Americans, want our country to look like. Over the last four years, the federal government has intervened […]
Student suicide of concern on college campuses
Every two hours a person under the age of 25 tries to commit suicide. With academic, social, and financial pressure, coping can be harder than it seems.