The San Luis Obispo Food Bank has a number of resources for those in need of food. More people are experiencing food insecurity due to the pandemic, and the SLO Food Bank has kept up with helping the community. This is largely due to a dedicated team of volunteers who always can use a helping […]
Video by Sydney Brandt Hearst Castle is a popular destination along the Central Coast. Known for its rich history on William Randolph Hearst, people from all over the world travel to see this historic landmark. Now, there is another reason to visit. On Friday and Saturday nights, guests now get to tour Hearst Castle at […]
Cal Poly hosted its third annual dance marathon for the Miracle Network on Friday, Feb. 22 and 23. Students danced from 7 p.m. until 7 a.m., blocking off hours of their nights to support infants, children and adolescents suffering from illnesses and injuries. The theme for the 2019 dance marathon event was “MORE,” referring to […]
In the early 1990s, hundreds of feral cats roamed Cal Poly’s campus and the surrounding neighborhoods. Some were pets students had abandoned. Others were the offspring of cats brought in by the agriculture department for pest control. Animal science senior Garret Quindimil started the Cal Poly Cat Program in 1992, when he found the cat […]
Without Proll, the racquetball class would not exist at Cal Poly.
Tayler Duprel firstname.lastname@example.org Too many helping hands. This isn’t a typical problem in volunteer work, but is one Cal Poly currently faces with a local day of service. The San Luis Obispo community will be participating in Make A Difference Day, a day in which people all over the nation lend a helping hand in […]
Cal Poly juniors Missy Sparks and Addie Virta were named the January Volunteers of the Month.