San Luis Obispo, Calif. — Many of the world’s leaders in the print and design industries gathered at this years’ International Printing Week hosted by Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication department. From Jan. 17 to Jan. 23, the GrC department — one of the largest and best-known graphics and printing programs of its kind in the U.S. — created the week-long forum for Cal Poly students to engage with companies like RR Donnelly, Adobe, Rochester Institute of Technology and Ricoh Americas Corporation and pay tribute to late-industry leaders through award and endowment funds.
The annual event covers trends and developments in…
San Luis Obispo, Calif. — The Cal Poly Orfalea College of Business has moved up on Business Week’s rankings of top undergraduate business colleges in the country. The college was bumped up to №64 this year from №70 last year.
One of only two public universities in California, Cal Poly and the University of California, Berkeley joined three other private California colleges: University of Southern California (№24), University of San Diego (№28) and Santa Clara University (№39).
Cal Poly’s Orfalea College of Business competitors, UC Berkeley — which defended its №6 rank from last year — and Santa Clara who…
San Luis Obispo, Calif. — The Tony award-winning musical “Avenue Q,” notorious for its ‘little bit racist,’ offbeat-but-wholesome, values-teaching puppets, entertained theatre-goers Thursday at the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center.
It was an evening of frank and profound puppet smut.
Hearing moans in the dark, followed by explanation from lead characters Kate Monster and Princeton — as they proved that even puppets can fornicate on the first date with the help of a long island — was only audience foreplay for what was to come in the second act: a message to live and laugh in the moment.
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