Wood and plaster models created by students in the Arch 131: Design and Visual Communication class, dot the stairs of the Architecture and Environmental Design building.
A foal stays close with its mother at Cal Poly’s Oppenheimer Family Equine Center.
New Cal Poly students get to know their surroundings on the Central Coast at Week of Welcome, exploring the Oceano Dunes Natural Preserve.
Dancers from Imagen y Espíritu Ballet Folklórico de Cal Poly wow campus visitors with a passionate performance in traditional Mexican attire.
During a trip to Paradise, California, to present their proposals for new community structures, Cal Poly architecture students came across this mural by artist Shane Grammer on the face of a building gutted by the Camp Fire.
Fifth-year architecture students present their senior design projects, alongside letters reflecting on their work, at a carefully-curated show called “Yours Truly.”
This environmental resource management student digs into hands-on experience with watershed management at Cal Poly’s Swanton Pacific Ranch campus.
The Cal Poly Drag Club and Pride Center present “Creatures of the Night,” a drag show in October, where community members could express themselves freely on stage.
A misty morning at the Cal Poly Pier in Avila Beach in November.
Members of the Cal Poly Symphony rehearse for their season opener, “Teamwork.” The performance celebrates collaboration in all forms with different musical styles and immersive visuals created by students and faculty.
One student’s friends and family shows pride in their graduate at spring commencement.
Drum major Kent Giese conducts the Mustang Band as it performs for tailgaters before a home football game.