“I’m excited to talk to students about autism because there is a need to raise awareness,” said Kocik, “there’s a lot of things that can make life for people with special needs easier, and the best way is to spread the word.”
With whistles blasting, Cal Poly students, staff and faculty carried signs and shouted chants as they marched around the University Union (UU) April 13, joining in a statewide protest against education budget cuts.
What began as a last-minute event last year, Tie-dye, Tacos and Tunes is back again this Friday evening in the University Union (UU) Plaza, with some minor, pre-meditated adjustments.
Tibetan Buddhist monks will create a sand-painted mandala and perform sacred music and dances this week. San Luis Obispo is hosting the monks as they travel the world with The Mystic Arts of Tibet tour.
Cal Poly’s Pride Center recently moved to the University Union in an effort to allow more students access to the facilities in a more central, familiar location. The center is now located in one big room, as opposed to the old location where two trailers were combined creating a barrier and limited space.