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Cal Poly student heats up competition for mainstream humorous websites

It was just last week that business administration sophomore Brett Edwards was featured in the Mustang Daily about his alter-ego, Mr. Eco, but he also takes on the role of entrepreneur as he continues to develop his first website, whatthepic.com.

Student turns superhero — Cal Poly student takes on alter ego ‘Mr. Eco’ to spread the word about going green

Sitting on the first floor of the University Union (UU) in a red t-shirt and bucket hat, business administration sophomore Brett Edwards looks like your standard Cal Poly student.

Cal Poly professor showcases talent at Cuesta

Cal Poly Art & Design professor Michael Barton Miller will hold a month-long installation of his art entitled “Super 8mm” at Cuesta College throughout March.

Tips and tricks about the residence halls

Freshman columnist talks about handling tough and not-so-tough issues in the dorms.

You’re only a freshman once — How to make the most of your first year on a college campus

Freshman columnist gives five steps to having the best freshman year at Cal Poly.

Lecturer presents “Googleplex-ing” history

The Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center’s main auditorium filled with students, faculty and community members Thursday, Feb. 24 for  Google’s Vice President of Product Management Marissa Mayer’s presentation, “Innovation at the Googleplex.”

Likealittle.com romantic shout-outs go viral at Cal Poly

Hannah Croft is a journalism freshman and Mustang Daily freshman columnist.

From Russia with Love

Professor talks about teaching in a foreign country and how his college Russian language lessons paid off.

Panel talks Egypt, riots and religion

With recent riots and the dawn of a revolution in Egypt, a panel of professors from the religious studies, political science and history departments spoke about the future of Egypt last Thursday. Professors Stephen Lloyd-Moffett, Matthew Hopper, Anika Leithner and…

Spandex-clad AIGA spreads love for Valentine’s Day

The American Institute of Graphic Arts’ (AIGA) Valentine’s Day Grams are back.

The ‘SLOprah’ effect

In November, San Luis Obispo was named the happiest town in America. Months later, on Jan. 26, Oprah Winfrey featured a segment on San Luis Obispo on her TV show. Now, students and San Luis Obispo residents can’t help but…