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Tune in to UU Hour with weekly concerts

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) puts on Concerts in the Plaza, in the University Union (UU) Plaza during UU Hour (11 a.m. to noon on Thursdays), but it would like to gain more suggestions from students, according to ASI Events entertainment student supervisor Leif Garrovillas. ASI Events currently puts on five to six concerts a quarter and suggestions […]

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Commuting that makes cents

Faculty and staff looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and save a little cash can benefit from services offered through Cal Poly Commuter and Access Services (CAS). The program is funded solely through parking fines. The program offers a variety of alternatives and incentives for students, faculty and staff to commute to and […]

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SLO reaches for the Top Shelf

Top Shelf, a band that plays multiple genres with an emphasis in reggae and rock based out of Ukiah, will play at Concerts in the Plaza today. The band’s Cal Poly performance will be its first show of a month-long international tour. Normally when you hear someone say top shelf, they’re talking about the highest […]

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Sexual assault report released

In response to two reported sexual assaults last May in a one week time frame, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong formed the Presidential Task Force on Substance Abuse and Sexual Assault. The task force released its first report this month, coinciding with April being National Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Cal Poly women and gender studies professor […]

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Poly 'P' 101 – Part 2

The Cal Poly “P” is one of the school’s most noticeable landmarks. Whether it is green for Earth Day or rainbow-colored for Pride Week, the “P” stands proudly on the hill, even though few know much about it. Present and recent “One day I was asked why the ‘P’ had changed, and even though I’ve […]

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Poly "P" 101

People go up to the 50-foot-by-30-foot “P” on the mountain at the back of campus at all hours of the day for dates, to see the view, go mountain biking, to paint it — for a variety of different activities. “The view is awesome, and it’s a great date spot,” Cuesta College student Ken Staal said. “It’s […]

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Grand stoplights activated by next week

The often blind intersection at Grand Avenue and Abbot Street will soon be regulated by a stoplight. Traffic lights, street lights and “signalized” crosswalks are being installed on the intersection in order to reduce congestion of traffic flow coming off the freeway and to make the intersection a safer place for drivers and pedestrians, traffic […]



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