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Cal Poly’s Keeler named Player of the Week

Cal Poly junior guard Lorenzo Keeler was named Big West Conference Player of the Week on Monday after averaging 22 points, four rebounds and 1.5 assists per game in the Mustangs’ two road victories over UC Davis and Pacific last week.

Keeler helped propel Cal Poly (5-12, 2-5 Big West Conference) to its first conference victory of the year over Pacific scoring a career-high 25 points in the Mustangs’ 76-60 win last Thursday.

Final non-conference test awaits Mustangs

The Cal Poly women’s basketball team hadn’t won two consecutive Big West Conference games this season until last weekend’s defeats of Pacific and UC Davis.

The Mustangs (11-7) may have finally found their stride in conference. Now they step away from the Big West for the final time this season as they take on Cal State Bakersfield at 7 p.

CSU defers fees for grant students

Cal Poly and the rest of the CSU system has decided to postpone payment of spring term fees for all students facing delayed grants from the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC).

Since California lawmakers are currently unable to agree on a budget, the CSU system is not receiving the necessary cash flow to cover all students receiving Cal Grants A and B.

Retail therapy prayers are answered

I don’t have one particular religion. I can’t say I’m Christian, Jewish, Buddhist or Muslim. You could say I have experimented with the idea of belief; I’ve tried several delicacies from the smorgasbord of religions. But I guess if I had a gun to my head, I would have to worship the retail god of materialism.

New eatery brings Arabic spice to SLO with its pitas, pizzas

Getting tired of late-night trips to Pita Pit? If so, Petra, a new restaurant opened in San Luis Obispo that specializes in Mediterranean cuisine and pizza may be able to help you out.

Samir Aburashed and his father Todd opened Petra in early December. The restaurant is located on the corner of Higuera and Toro streets, ironically situated next to Jaffa – one of the few restaurants in town that serves a similar style of food.

Poly anti-hazing advocates honored

In the wake of controversy surrounding Cal Poly’s greek system, three students in fraternities have recently been awarded for their anti-hazing efforts.

Social sciences senior Jacob Lopez, materials engineering junior Andrew Righter and soil science senior Daniel Kim have all been officially recognized by hazingprevention.

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