Isaiah Narciso
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Credit cards may come to entire campus

Cash, checks, Campus Express cards and even your student ID have been accepted as payment for most transactions on campus. Now a new option will emerge next fall if things go according to plan.

If outgoing ASI President and mechanical engineering senior Todd Maki gets his way, students would be able to use their credit cards next year.

Long wait for counseling

Mechanical engineering junior Erick Serrano used the Counseling Services in the Cal

Is your diploma on hold?

Many seniors will don caps and gowns and enter the real world in a few days, which

Evaluations matter

At the end of every quarter, students have the opportunity to act like Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul or Simon Cowell when it comes to rating their professors.

While these evaluations rarely lead to an outright dismissal of professors, student input plays a big role in how professors decide how to teach classes in the future.

Film shows corporations' underbellies

Cal Poly clubs Raise the Respect and Progressive Student Alliance will show a

Shrek III a fairytale gone boring

It seems that great movie franchises start to lose some steam after the second film.

Cal Poly ace pitcher always Eager to take the mound

It takes a great pitcher to make a baseball team competitive, and sophomore right-hander

Pottery, jewelry and glass, oh my!

Artwork like pottery and blown glass from students and local artists will be on sale

'Everybody's Animated' in Poly MNA club

One of the best-kept secrets in campus is the Minna No Anime Club, which means

Matt Taylor wants to strengthen the ASI/student link

Business senior Matt Taylor thinks that he has the [it] factor that the next Associated Students Inc. president needs to succeed.

Souza ready to build on success of past presidents if elected

Editor’s note: This is the second installment of a three-part profile on the