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Oberhelman continues search for Azevedo’s, Perry’s replacement

New athletic director Don Oberhelman is in the process of finding a successor to wrestling head coach John Azevedo and co-head coach Mark Perry.

Free throws, field goals and beer bottles: A look into alcohol’s effect on athletes

Drinking can take its toll on the body. This is why some Cal Poly sports have adopted dry-season policies.

Cal Poly Cribs: Armstrong edition

President Jeffrey Armstrong moved into the newly renovated University House May 1, and invited the Mustang Daily in to get a closer look.

Women’s golf shows potential for upcoming seasons

The Cal Poly women’s golf team took third place at the Big West Conference Championships April 19 held at the Tijeras Creek Golf Club in Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. and is now looking forward to the next few years.

Save a car, ride a bike

May is San Luis Obispo County’s 11th annual Bike Month, a spree of events put on by SLO Regional Rideshare to celebrate and encourage cycling in the community.

BLOG: The kids are all right (with not reading)

Where dwindling attention spans are supported by increasingly brief media, what will happen to reading?

Phantogram brings something new to SLO Brew

Trip-hop band Phantogram is bringing its unique sound to SLO Brewing Co. for the first time tonight.

Music students rock out for at-risk youths

The Modern Music Academy (MMA) is putting on its second annual Big Benevolent Bash at SLO Brewing Co. on Saturday, April 23. The concert will showcase many of MMA’s most talented students and raise money for Guitars Not Guns, a…

Armstrong on budgets: ‘Learn By Doing is nonnegotiable’

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong is rising to the challenges of funding constraints following Governor Jerry Brown’s 2011-2012 proposed state budget cut of an estimated 21 percent of university state funding last month, Armstrong said it is up to him to…

‘Majorcentrism’ making students feel special

Aside from neon tank tops, Apple products and construction paraphernalia, something else has taken up a seemingly boundless presence on campus. It is invisible yet nuanced in every printed flyer, every custom T-shirt, every clique-covered locale. It is, of course,…