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CSU Board of Trustees discusses financials

The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees met on Jan. 25 and 26 for the first time since Governor Jerry Brown took office and proposed the $500 million cut in funding.

Bio professor brews up beer and science

Cal Poly biological sciences professor, Raul Cano, extracted 45million-year-old yeast from amber back in the ’90s. Since then, his dream of making the yeast a main ingredient in beer and selling it to the public has become reality.

Chips and chicken and fries, oh my! Without nutritional information students favor unhealthy food choices on-campus

When walking through The Avenue, or any Cal Poly restaurant , students are faced with one simple question: what to eat? With the options of Chick-fil-A sandwiches, salads, burritos and many other options, it is a tough choice to make.

Student rejoice, professors dismay: the holidays are well on their way

The birth of Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated Monday at the start of the third week of instruction, much to the appreciation of students who enjoyed a three-day weekend (or four for those lucky enough to be done Thursday).

Rain, rain go away: Storms cause state of emergency in SLO county

San Luis Obispo County announced a local emergency on Dec. 18 due to extreme weather damages which occurred during the rainstorms throughout the area.

A ‘man of integrity’: Former Cal Poly President Robert Kennedy dies

Cal Poly President Emeritus Robert E. Kennedy, who presided over the university for more than 12 years and continued his involvement with the university after retirement, died on Dec. 25, 2010

How to fight those winter ‘a-choos’

College is about studying, meeting new people, discovering passions and even attending an occasional party. Between all of these different aspects of college life, many students forget how to stay healthy.

CSU system receives thumbs up in public opinion poll

The California State University (CSU) system has been doing a good or excellent job, according to a recent poll released by the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) on Nov. 17.

Fight the aftereffects of holiday treats with a few simple tricks

The holiday season is a time for family, friends, gifts and, most importantly, food. However, before taking a bite into that huge slice of apple pie or extra helping of mashed potatoes and gravy, here are a few tips to avoid returning in January with some extra holiday poundage.

Cal Poly moo-ves to local elementary school

Students at Bishop’s Peak Elementary School learned about cows from the Dairy Council of California’s Mobile Dairy Classroom assembly on Wednesday.

CSU terminology change turns ‘student fees’ into ‘tuition’

The California State University (CSU) student university fees will now be referred to as tuition after the California State University Board of Trustees approved the change in terminology last week.

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