Genevieve Loggins
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Brandon Tyler to play acoustic set

Musician Brandon Tyler will come to play an acoustic set at Frog and Peach Tuesday night. Tyler’s unique vocals and guitar riffs stem from strong influences from Third Eye Blind, Goo Goo Dolls and Counting Crows, to name a few.

Join First Ever Bowling League

Students who seek a more competitive atmosphere than the typical bowling class may find Cal Poly’s new bowling league to their liking. The college’s first bowling league opened for students to work on perfecting their bowling skills, meet new people and just have fun.

Pride Center comes out in the University Union

Cal Poly’s Pride Center recently moved to the University Union in an effort to allow more students access to the facilities in a more central, familiar location. The center is now located in one big room, as opposed to the old location where two trailers were combined creating a barrier and limited space.

Club brings equality to campus products

Cal Poly Fair Trade club aims to promote awareness of working conditions in third-world countries. The club is an organization aiding the prevention of child labor and fairness in the production of certain products throughout Africa.

Students honor Chavez’s life, activism

Students marched to celebrate Mexican-American labor activist Cesar Chavez in the University Union Plaza yesterday as the band Los Coyotes de Cal Poly performed. M.E.X.A, a club promoting Xicano cultural identity, sponsored the event.

Exploring Cal Poly’s spectrum of sexuality

Adjusting to Cal Poly can be challenging for new students, but those whose sexuality falls outside the heterosexual sphere often have even more hurdles to overcome. When history senior Jay Ledbetter walks into an elective course, it doesn’t matter whether…

Living off-campus: the search begins

With the competive rental market of a college town, students looking to live away from the busy Cal Poly atmosphere often have to start searching now to have the best options to choose from. That’s especially true if you have…

PBS show to use Cal Poly facilities to test possible Amelia Earhart plane remains

PBS’ “History Detectives” are coming to Cal Poly to test the remains of what might be one of the planes Amelia Earhart flew. The piece will be tested in an engineering lab facility on campus. Part of the landing gear…

Students For Justice and Peace in the Middle East bring politics to the forefront

Recent events in the Middle East have raised concern for one group on campus, Students For Justice and Peace in the Middle East (SJPME), who are making their cause heard beyond the Cal Poly campus. SJPME focuses on the Middle…

Men’s tennis: Cal Poly 6, UC Riverside 1

Cal Poly defeated UC Riverside Saturday at home 6-1 in a Big West Conference dual. The Mustangs won five of six singles matches, and dominated the doubles matches improving to 4-4, while UC Riverside dropped 3-6. Cal Poly freshman Andre…

Cal Poly seeks student feedback in online survey

Students have the opportunity this week to take an online survey that could benefit their learning experience at Cal Poly and provide the university with information to make improvements.