An 18-year-old woman fell off Bishop Peak yesterday morning and was transferred to Sierra Vista Hospital via helicopter.
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Committee begins search for new president
The committee tasked with appointing a new Cal Poly president met yesterday for the first time since Warren Baker announced his retirement in December.
Marti’s Bar and Grill goes “Local”
Marti’s Bar and Grill transforms into Local, a modern and relaxed restaurant and bar with “upscale bar food at local prices.”
Chase Pami remains humble on and off the mat
Cal Poly senior wrestler, Chase Pami, is focused, determined, ambitious and dedicated to his faith.
Students host candlelight vigil for Haiti tonight
A candlelight vigil for those affected by the earthquake in Haiti will be held today at 7:30 p.m. on Dexer Lawn.
University of Delaware professor talks about errors in climate estimation
Out-of-state geography professors enlightens students about the methods that produce inaccurate climate maps.
Poly graded B+ in sustainability, room for improvement
GreenReportCard.org gives Cal Poly a B+ for sustainability efforts for 2010, up from a B- last year, but environmental club leaders still see room for improvement.
Beginning the decade with bikes and tutus
The first Bike Happening of the new year featured a lot of riders in tutus. This year will be the tenth anniversary of the event.
Sewage Spill Reaches Aliva Beach
Sewage seeped out of a manhole behind California Highway Patrol office, overflowing between the railroad and California Blvd early Tuesday morning.