For performer Justin Kredible, pleasing the audience doesn’t come through outrageous stunts or over-the-top jokes. Instead, the comedian-magician hybrid pokes fun at his own craft while using simple magic to keep the audience entertained. When Associated Students Inc. presents Kredible…
Cal Poly Rugby players are a tough, resilient bunch. They train hard year round for a sport that is a mystery to most Americans. They take to the field on cold winter days and get beaten, bloodied and banged up…
Cal Poly grabbed the broom and dustpan from the storage shed at Baggett Stadium Sunday afternoon, sweeping Sacramento State in a three-game weekend series. Following a 9-2 win on Friday and an 11-5 obliteration on Saturday night, the Mustangs took…
The Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America should bow down to technology and accept gracious defeat instead of continuing to fight a losing battle. Bit Torrent Web sites act as your personal Best Buy.…
Edward Sullivan, associate dean of engineering for research and graduate programs, died Monday from complications relating to cancer. He was 64.
“Ed was an outstanding scholar, teacher and humanist,” said Daniel Walsh, associate dean for the College of Engineering.
Scientology, the religion that has grabbed mainstream attention thanks to its celebrity followers, sparked curiosity on the Cal Poly campus last night as a church leader came to clear up what he calls misconceptions surrounding the religion.
More than 100 students attended the speech, which was sponsored by Cal Poly Theisms.
There’s more to Scientology than Tom Cruise’s antics on “Oprah.” Cal Poly students will have the opportunity to learn about the controversial religion from a leading Scientology’s spokesperson tonight.
Rev. Lee Holzinger from Santa Barbara will give a presentation and answer questions about the Church of Scientology at 7 p.
Students interested in the future of sustainability shouldn’t miss the second annual Focus the Nation on campus this week from Tuesday to Thursday.
This year’s event will focus on building a sustainable economy while informing both students and faculty about an emerging industry devoted to tackling climate change.
Cal Poly had a dominating performance at home against the Cal State Northridge on Saturday with a decisive 7-0 victory.
The Mustangs (2-0, 1-0 Big West Conference) won all six singles matches and two out of three doubles matches. At No. 1 singles, junior Suzie Matzenauer easily defeated Evgeniya Vertesheva 6-2, 6-0.
In the U.S., people can legally smoke cigarettes, serve in the armed forces, vote, get arrested, have sex and gamble in some casinos at the age of 18, yet they cannot drink.
The National Minimum Drinking Age Act, which required all states to enforce a minimum drinking age of 21, was signed into law by Ronald Reagan in 1984, with the strong urging of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.