Alexandria Scott
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Looking for summer love? Don’t use Craigslist!

Summer love is an enticing thought to fill in lonely days. The choice to turn to Craigslist or find someone in person is a decision that needs to be made.

Final two defendants sentenced in Starkey case

Defendants Russell Taylor and Adam Marszal pleaded no contest to misdemeanor hazing in the death of Carson Starkey Thursday morning in a San Luis Obispo County courtroom.

Cal Poly alumni create iPhone app

Two Cal Poly alumni created an iPhone application named Taleee. The application, which came out two weeks ago, that brings opinions about anything and everything to the everyday consumer.

Interim president takes over for Warren Baker

Dr. Robert Glidden will be Cal Poly’s interim president starting August 1. He will fill the position until a permanent president is hired.

Students and locals battle for breast cancer

Cal Poly Beach Volleyball Club hosted the third annual Battle for Boobs beach volleyball tournament at Pismo Beach on Saturday and Sunday.

Architecture seniors to showcase work

Graduating architecture students will put their hard work on display this weekend at the seventh annual Fifth Year Architecture Thesis Show in Chumash Auditorium.

Students taught steps to success in free symposium

Cal Poly students were advised on how to succeed financially in any economic climate during Radical Paths to Success Saturday.

Bicyclists hit the roads in month-long competition

May is national Bike Month and San Luis Obispo County is along for the ride.

Ground broken for $132 million Center for Science and Mathematics

A ceremony was held in celebration of the new Center for Science and Mathematics Saturday — the $132 million building that will replace the north half of the Science “Spider” Building.

Students fast to fight hunger

A small group of students fought hunger with empty stomachs on Wednesday as part of 30-Hour Famine, an awareness event for worldwide poverty.

Greek Week raises funds for local programs

Cal Poly’s Greek Week had more than 40 fraternities and sororities going head-to-head in an array of events including basketball, flag football, arm wrestling and an academic decathlon.