Daniel Triassi
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Baseball undergoes second sober season

Prior to the 2009 baseball season, head coach Larry Lee implemented a dry season which means no alcohol during baseball season.

BLOG: Rec Center alternative

In February of 2008, 75 percent of Cal Poly students voted to fund the expansion and renovation of the existing Recreation Center. Now, as we are in the heart of the renovation, I hope Cal Poly considers alternative measures when building the center.

Cal Poly celebrates International Women’s Day

Cal Poly honored International Women’s Day with a two-hour long Women of Diversity panel.

Poet brings women’s issues to forefront at Another Type of Groove

Poet Thea Monyee will perform at Another Type of Groove in Chumash Auditorium at 7:30 tonight.

Guest lecturer speaks on human-centric themes in art

Tyler Stallings, director of the Sweeney Art Gallery, spoke on campus as a part of the Visual Arts Guest Lecture Series funded by the College of Liberal Arts.

Secular Society debates religion’s role in public life

Cal Poly’s Secular Society club serves as a forum for students to debate issues relating to religion, philosophy, science and current events. The club meets every other Tuesday in room C303 of the Construction Innovations Center.

Construction management department receives $41,000 grant

Cal Poly’s construction management department receives a $41,000 grant.

Poly climate class turns ideas into policy

City and regional planning studio, community planning laboratory, works with the city of San Luis Obispo to enact a climate action plan.

Men’s basketball looks to use homecourt advantage against Fullerton

Cal Poly (10-16, 6-7 Big West) begins a season-ending three-game home stand as they host Cal State Fullerton (14-12, 7-6) in a game televised on FSN West.

Soup and Substance discusses alternative career choices

The Soup and Substance series will discuss “Not your typical 9-5,” featuring speakers on career choices.

Art Center hosts “primitive” collection

Central Coast artist David Settino Scott’s work is on display at the San Luis Obispo Art Center through the end of February.