There’s one thing Cal Poly graduates will want to keep in mind while hunting for their dream job this summer; be flexible. Chances are you won’t find it right away.
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Lee readies for chance at big leagues
If you asked Cal Poly’s head coach Larry Lee, Ryan Lee has done everything in his power this season to move himself into a position to be drafted. As a leadoff hitter, Ryan Lee had on base percentage of .401 and broke the s Division I record for consecutive games with a hit with 26.
VIDEO: Baseball, Softball hitting high marks
The synergy between the baseball and softball teams this year has helped motivate them to play some of their best ball in the past 14 years.
Time served, time to play again
Michael Vick has served nearly 22 months of his sentence that ends June 20. He will be released to spend the remainder of his sentence under home confinement May 20. As his release date creeps closer, a tough decision is weighing in the back of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell’s mind.
Nutrition Club tackles obesity issues
The Nutrition Club at Cal Poly is addressing rising concerns about obesity in America by developing programs, such as Pink and Dude Chefs, urging people to live a healthy lifestyle.
Mustangs overcome 3-run deficit in eighth to sink Dons
Cal Poly scored five runs in the eighth inning to overcome a three-run deficit and win the series against San Francisco on Sunday afternoon at Baggett Stadium.
Athletes face rigorous testing outside of classrooms
In the academic environment, students revel in the fact that they can let their responsibilities go during their quarterly breaks. Student-athletes are responsible for keeping their bodies in shape despite being away from the competition.
Cal Poly’s defense prevails in Spring Game
Cal Poly’s defense gets the win in the final play of football’s Spring Game Saturday afternoon at Alex G. Spanos Stadium. The defense out-dueled the offense and won 29-28.
Mustang finish sweep of helpless Aggies
Cal Poly sweeps UC Davis to earn sole rights to second place in Big West Conference as Ryan Lee hits for the 26th consecutive game, breaking record previously held by Brandon Roberts. The game’s first pitch was thrown in front of fans holding umbrellas high, trying to protect themselves from the 93 degree heat.
Kimya Dawson to play at Mitchell Park today
Michael Cera and Ellen Page sang her song in the final scene of the indie sensation “Juno,” now San Luis Obispo can sing along with Kimya Dawson as she performs that song at Mitchell Park today.
Ignoring rules may give green light to other nations
It’s a well-known adage that rules are made to be broken. Although there is some truth to that statement, it stops well short of its inevitable ending: the consequence.