Author: Hannah Blazei

Cal Poly’s “The Tempest” exemplifies changing gender norms in theatre

Dim the lights. Cue the music. Act I Scene I of “The Tempest” commences on the stage of Spanos Theater. Easily recognizable are the scenes, the famous soliloquies and the characters that have prevailed since Shakespeare, himself, watched his work performed on stage. But there is one major difference— this time there is no Prospero,

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Women in Power: Jasmin Fashami

On the afternoon of April 26th, 2017, political science junior Jasmin Fashami was declared Cal Poly’s 2018-2019 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president. As an immigrant and first-generation college student and an active member of the Cal Poly community, Fashami sees her new position as a way to impact the student body, emphasizing student group collaboration

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