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Skalak’s forum speech impresses some

The second Cal Poly presidential candidate, Thomas Skalak, visited campus yesterday to speak about his vision for Cal Poly if chosen as the next university’s president.

Rachel Clancy looks to step up with Kristina Santiago out

With reigning Big West Player of the Year Kristina Santiago out for the season, guard Rachel Clancy is in the spotlight.

MCC and Pride Center present ‘Two Spirits’ documentary

The Pride and MultiCultural Centers are showing “Two-Spirits,” a film about transgender people in Native American culture, tonight in the University Union at 7 p.m.

California State University approves tuition increase

The California State University Board of Trustees Committee on Finance approved a two-step tuition increase to ensure quality service to incoming and continuing students, despite some opposition.

Shark sightings more frequent in Central Coast waters

Despite 12 shark attack deaths in California over the past 60 years, encounters with white sharks around the Central Coast waters have occurred frequently lately.

Get ‘Punchd’ with two Cal Poly students’ senior project

Computer science seniors Reed Morse and Grantland Chew turned their senior project into a business with “Punchd,” a phone application for any smart phone that acts as a digital “loyalty punch card”— in other words, a buy 10-get-1-free card.

SLO Donut Co. rolls onto the SLO doughnut scene

SLO Donut Co. draws in customers with not only their creative doughnuts but also with their unique atmosphere and contests.

MultiCultural Center to host Latino Fashion Show

Cal Poly’s MultiCultural Center and Student Life and Leadership will present Cal Poly’s first official Latino Fashion Show in celebration of Latino Heritage Month on Wednesday, Oct. 27.

Finished Simpson Strong-Tie building unveiled tomorrow

A one-of-a-kind laboratory featuring a heavy timber brace frame, poly carbonate sheathing and a space for interdisciplinary projects will open its doors at a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday.

Volleyball’s hot start hasn’t translated to huge crowds

The Cal Poly women’s volleyball team boasts a (15-6, 5-3 Big West) record this year, but it seems the word hasn’t spread.

Graphic communication to print with UCSB

No rivalry here. Cal Poly’s University Graphic Systems will meeting the printing and publishing needs for the Associated Students at UC Santa Barbara.