Cal Poly students help disabled people find a new kind of freedom through kayaking.
Meet Cal Poly’s new interim president.
Cal Poly professors lend their knowledge to earthquake recovery efforts in Haiti and Chile.
Mustangs nose tackle James Chen is studying to be a neurosurgeon.
Some Cal Poly students launch their own businesses while they’re still earning their degrees. Business sophomore Leah Post started when she was still in high school. The company she co-founded, Brandini Toffee, is going strong and recently notched an appearance on The Food Network’s “Chef vs. City” show.
New freshmen and transfer students get to know Cal Poly and San Luis Obispo in this year’s Week of Welcome.
More than 100 descendants of past Cal Poly President Julian A. McPhee gathered on campus for a reunion over the summer.
Cal Poly honors displaced Japanese-American students from WWII; the Technology Park is set to open; the Concrete Canoe team takes a national championship in its own back yard; and more.
Ain McKendrick, a 1994 computer science grad, helped develop the PalmPilot before he even graduated. Now, he’s bringing Netflix movies and TV shows right to your fingertips.
From CNN International to MTV to American Idol to the Los Angeles Times and the Sacramento Bee, plenty of Cal Poly alumni made headlines this summer.
Employer matching gifts give more power to donors’ dollars.
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