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Resination CD release party

Brittny Peloquin Local reggae band Resination is releasing their new album with a celebratory show at The Graduate on Saturday. Resination, who was had made several appearances at University Union Hour this year, is known to draw a crowd wherever they play, catching the audience and moving them to their upbeat rhythms and positive lyrics. […]

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RSVP XI: Pulse! updates musical sound

Singing lifeguards, Beethoven, monks and an Irish dancer all on one stage. It’s not the latest Halloween revue at your local theme park. It’s not a play. It’s not a concert. So what is it then? RSVP XI: Pulse! is a multi-media production that combines performance art with music technology. The show presents a series […]

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Students respond to Safe Ride alternative

Brittny Peloquin Students from Cal Poly will have a new option to fall back on for a safe ride home when they go out on the weekends: College Shuttle. Associated Students, Inc. announced Wednesday that a 12-passenger shuttle van will circulate through six different stops from 10 p.m. to 3 a.m., Thursday through Saturday, beginning […]

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Dr. Drew to advise students on alcohol, sex

Brittny Peloquin Dr. Drew Pinksy will appear at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center Tuesday at 7 p.m. to address two of the biggest concerns on college campuses: Alcohol and sex. Pinksy is well-known for his radio talk show, “Loveline,” on which he answers callers’ questions about sex, drugs and everything in between. Pinsky is […]

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Kayaking on the Central Coast

brittny peloquin The sun broke through an overcast sky as it sank toward the horizon in Morro Bay. An easy breeze blew across the bay. Two girls navigated their kayak around the boats that were docked out in the water and pointed out the wildlife to each other that they could see as they paddled […]

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Journalist encourages diversity, discusses social change in latest Provocative Perspectives lecture

Brennan angel Award-winning journalist, activist and scholar Helen Zia says society labels her as evil for being a minority, a homosexual, a woman and for her stance on human rights. All characteristics, she said, that are being dubbed evil in the existing political atmosphere. Zia spoke Thursday morning at the Vista Grande Cafe about “Crossing […]

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The Ataris kick-off spring UU Hour

Mariecar Mendoza University Union Hour promises to be better than ever this quarter as it kicks off this week with rockers The Ataris. The band, most recently known for their 2003 cover of Don Henley’s “The Boys of Summer,” from their last album “So Long, Astoria,” comes to Cal Poly today as one of the […]