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From X-rays to the batting cage: Miller bounces back from nagging injury

Mike Miller was one doctor’s appointment away from hanging up his baseball spikes.

Organic farmer to sow seeds SLOcally

Joel Salatin, a Polyface, Inc. farmer, will speak as part of the university’s week-long FocusSLO Earth Day series put on by Empower Poly Coalition on April 19.

BLOG: Safe and savory at 160

Customer service goes beyond just putting food on the table at a restaurant.

Students show well at annual research competition

Cal Poly students brought home three first-place finishes and one second-place finish after competing in the 24th annual California State University Research Competition.

The Kilt Pub and Grill brings authentic Irish flavor to San Luis Obispo

The Kilt Pub and Grill opens next to Cal Poly’s campus after having success in Paso Robles.

Kayak for disabled paddlers produced by Poly students

After a year-long effort by Cal Poly engineering and kinesiology students, the Adapted Paddling Launch Vehicle smoothly sent kayakers with disabilities into Morro Bay.

Women’s tennis carries hope after season

Thanks to a strong core of seniors from the 2009-2010 season, the Cal Poly women’s tennis team has solid foundation to build upon.

ASI Elections end, investigations underway

The ASI Elections end but candidates who broke campaign policy could face fines and disqualification.

ASI Election winners announced

The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Elections came to a close Thursday night as Cal Poly students announced a new ASI President and Board of Directors.

Steinbeck classic comes to the big screen at the PAC

Everyone can come enjoy “East of Eden” as it awakes from a 55 year slumber and hits the big screen at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center.

The ‘student’ side to Cal Poly studente-athletes

Despite the higher than normal academic standards, Cal Poly athletes rise above the bar.