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Poly grad attempts to shatter world records

In the middle of Texas, a blonde woman in spandex is cruising down the shoulder of the highway on rollerblades. With the nearest town miles away, she happily skates along. Cal Poly alumna Kacie Fischer is attempting to shatter five world records as she rollerblades across America, all while supporting the Special Olympics by raising […]

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Grant speeds electric Porsche to finish line

Cal Poly Motor Car Association (CPMCA) was recently awarded a grant by the Collectors Foundation that will help fund a significant portion of its Electric Porsche Project. Since the Electric Porsche Project started last year, CPMCA has been applying for grants to fund the restoration and rebuilding of the vehicle. The recent grant of more […]

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Need equipment? PolyConnect can help

Finals are approaching, and projects are piling up. The old creaky laptop sitting on the desk is on its last leg and decided to crash. The stress sets in as project deadlines approach. To help reduce the stress, PolyConnect Service Desk, located on the first floor of Robert E. Kennedy Library, offers students the opportunity […]

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IMAX brings new life to downtown SLO

Downtown San Luis Obispo may be getting an upgrade. Local developers Rob Rossi and John King are working to potentially bring an IMAX movie theater to the area. The proposed theater would be built in the small parking lot behind the already existing Fremont Theater. The two cinemas would be connected to create The Fremont […]

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J Boog brings reggae love

Reggae artist J Boog brought loud bass lines and island style to Cal Poly during University Union (UU) Hour in the UU Plaza on Thursday to promote his newest album. The journey to San Luis Obispo wasn’t easy for J Boog and his DJ, Jah Wzer. The two took a flight from Hawaii to Oakland, […]

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SLO skatepark seeks crucial funding

A handful of rusty rails, ramps with holes and peeling wood are scattered across a small fenced-off area of Santa Rosa Park where local skateboarders go to practice their kick-flips and smith grinds. San Luis Obispo Parks and Recreation is looking to change this. The organization is raising money to replace the current Santa Rosa Skate […]

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Student puts her imagination on display

Art and design senior Sabina Miklowitz will showcase her photographic series, “Animate Me,” in the University Union’s Epicenter Gallery until June. This is the first of many events put on by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Events for spring quarter and is Miklowitz’s first solo show featuring 12 prints of various sizes. “The series looks great,” ASI Events Outreach Supervisor […]

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Students celebrate Cesar Chavez

A Cesar Chavez Celebration kicked off Thursday during University Union (UU) Hour with a live band, inspiring speeches and a student march from Dexter Lawn to the UU. Chavez was a Mexican-American who is best known as a Latino civil rights activist. He also played a major role in the American labor movement, in which […]

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SLO boosts safety

The San Luis Obispo City Council recently approved an action plan setting stricter operating standards for businesses serving alcohol to reduce crime and excessive drinking in the downtown area. The plan, proposed by San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) Chief Deborah Linden, focuses on new regulations that would allow the city to differentiate between restaurants and nightclubs by […]