Out Loud

Written by Megan Schellong today

“Fighting Scientific Racism” with social awareness

As a part of Cal Poly’s #InclusionStartsWithMe week, professors across several disciplines, including psychology, anthropology and biology, held a teach in regarding race and diversity on Jan. 26, 2017. In Kennedy Library, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Sandi Clement engaged

Written by Brett Bodemer about a week ago

Kennedy Library hosts UCLA librarians, sharing strategies for emerging literacies

On Feb. 1, 2017, Kennedy Library hosted three librarians from UCLA’s Powell Library, who spent the day learning more about how and why we’re changing the ways we teach information literacy. Colleagues from both libraries shared their experiences, goals and

Written by Conny Liegl about a week ago

Looking for a date on V-Day?

The time leading up to Valentine's Day is often filled with stress and anxiety – whether you have a partner or not. Kennedy Library to the rescue!

Written by Kaila Bussert a few weeks ago

Collaborate and study at Kennedy Library!

Students and faculty use our collaboration rooms (aka “fishbowls”) for group meetings and study sessions. Former LibRAT and Cal Poly alumnus Paul Truong finds out why the fishbowls are advantageous for academic success.   Interested? Reserve a room online today!

Written by Kaila Bussert two months ago

Watercolor Wednesday

Kennedy Library’s Take 5 program is excited to host Watercolor Wednesday next week on December 14 from 11:00am to 1:00pm. Drop in anytime for free watercoloring at the library. Supplies are provided, no experience necessary — paint your stress away during

Written by Cara King two months ago

Buddhism and Political Theory

In this fall quarter’s “Conversations with Cal Poly Authors,” Matt Moore, associate professor of Political Science, discussed his new book, Buddhism & Political Theory, with Philosophy professor Joe Lynch. Matt Moore began examining the intersections of Buddhism and politics after discovering

Written by Jan Kline three months ago

The Wangs vs. the World

The breathing space between the relative-intensive holidays of Thanksgiving and Christmas seems like an appropriate time to read a family road trip saga. The Wangs vs. the World is one of the most satisfying books in this genre that I’ve

Written by Cara King three months ago

“100 Years of Delivering the News”

Two exhibits celebrate journalism’s rich contributions to Cal Poly. The media used to tell these stories keep expanding, and the future looks bright. This year’s fall exhibit celebrates the centennial anniversary of Cal Poly’s student media, honoring journalism’s rich history

Written by Cara King three months ago

Introducing Hub24: Improved service space supporting students’ digital needs

Years of survey data showed a strong student need for more access to 24-hour spaces and group study rooms. In response, the Student Success Fee Committee voted unanimously to allocate $500,000 to improve Kennedy Library’s study spaces. We are maximizing the

Written by Jan Kline six months ago

The Girls, by Emma Cline

This book was as good as a time machine. It captured not just the trappings and look of late 60s and early 70s California pop counterculture, but the emotions as well. No, I didn’t fall into a cult, do heavy

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