Out Loud  / Earn by Doing

Written by Soquel Filice seven months ago

“Coeds” on Campus: The Power of Language, Discrimination, and Integration

This post is written by Soquel Filice (HIST ’15), a Student Assistant in Special Collections and Archives. This is the third and final post in a series she wrote about the history of women at Cal Poly for Women’s History

Written by Rachel Scott seven months ago

The start of a great student collaboration: Watch our Vines!

Dead week post-its

Even though May 9th is a while away, Ali and I are excited for the Open Science Cafe Event featuring New York Times Graphics Director, Steve Duenes. We are so excited that we have been working on some fun Vine videos

Written by Ben Simon eight months ago

Filed Again: Concluding findings in the McPhee Collection

Ben Simon is a student assistant in Special Collections & University Archives. He is working on a project to organize the papers of Cal Poly President Julian McPhee (1933-1966). This is the third in a series of posts in which

Written by Karen Lauritsen eight months ago

Art and Design senior Ali Albiani is Open Science Cafe winner

Albiani at Cal Poly

Ali Albiani describes herself as a left-handed graphic designer and adventurer who lives life to the fullest. She’s a senior studying Art+Design with a concentration in graphic design. Her passions include “incorporating design in combination with technology, science, startups, fine

Written by Lauren Young eight months ago

Team Kennedy Library scores the ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award

jumbotron of the ACRL award announcement

Kennedy Library is the 2014 winner of the Association of College and Research Libraries’ (ACRL) Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. Are we excited? We certainly are. For those who may not know, ACRL grants this award to libraries that strive

Written by Lauren Young one year ago

Seeing (and thinking) orange: A LibRAT living in an open access world

I believe in open! A button from Kennedy Library

As you stay awake till the library’s closing hours, cramming for your midterms and finishing your essays this week, you may have seen bright orange banners and logos. Don’t worry. Your over-caffeinated mind isn’t playing tricks on you. All the

Written by Lauren Young one year ago

Be a part of it! Launching new science and math student journal

Graphic of brightly colored triangles that says Symposium: Student Journal of Science and Mathematics

This post is written by Lauren Young, fourth year biology student, LibRAT and chair of SLAC. Lauren will be (meta)blogging about how she is working this year to combine her love of science and writing, in her preparations for a

Written by Rachel Scott one year ago

Getting started with Rachel Scott

Photo of Rachel in atrium

My name is Rachel Scott. If you Google my name, you will find out, shockingly, that I am not the only Rachel Scott in the world — side note: I also discovered that fact when I was invited to a

Written by Ben Simon one year ago

The coeducation file: More surprises in the McPhee Collection

Black and white photo of McPhee family in the Carrizo Plains

Ben Simon is a student assistant in Special Collections & Archives. This summer he is working on a project to organize the papers of Cal Poly President Julian McPhee (1933-1966). This is the third in a series of posts in

Written by Lauren Young one year ago

Love at first study with Lauren Young

Photo of biology and philosophy books in Kennedy Library

This is the first post in a series by Lauren Young, fourth year biology student, LibRAT and chair of SLAC (more on those acronyms below!). Lauren will be (meta)blogging about how she is working this year to combine her love

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