Photo used with permission of Asia Croson. On Nov. 30, “Girls Who Handle It” (GWHI) returned to San Luis Obispo. A record-breaking 1,000 people shuffled through the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art as the community was able to gain insight into the women’s deepest, most personal vulnerabilities and struggles. Black and white glossed photos
Author: Charissa Loo
Penis. Vagina. Masturbation. Moaning. Condom on a banana. Watching a sex scene during movie night with your parents. Are you uncomfortable yet? Sex is often taught in one of two ways. In some school districts, the advice is simple: Don’t do it. In others, students are given information that would allow them to make the
Growing up in India, Indra Nooyi was expected to lead a conventional life: happily married with kids, taking care of the elders at home, serving as a conservative, obedient wife. Or so she thought. Nooyi now stands as PepsiCo’s C.E.O, overseeing over 260,000 global companies, has been awarded one of Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women
Meet San Luis Obispo’s Police Chief, Deanna Cantrell. The assumed formality of her position, her job, her firm handshake and her perfectly pressed suit was only contradicted by her welcoming smile and the bright pink SloDoCo pin on her chest. The pin is a small indication of how Cantrell is redefining what it means to
It’s that time of the quarter again— the chaotic, intimidating event known as the Career Fair has arrived. Whether you are a freshman attempting to dip your toes into the adult world, or a junior feeling the pressure to find a summer internship, here are some not-so obvious tips to help you prepare for a Cal
A young Ethiopian girl runs barefoot from poverty into military boots and finally fills the polished, elegant heels of a beauty pageant champion. What seems like the plot of a Hollywood movie is actually the true story of Yityish, “TiTi”, Aynaw. Growing up in the small village of Chahawit, Ethiopia, Aynaw had a challenging childhood.