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Bag your consumption

BYOB: bring your own bags! The next time the clerk at the grocery store asks you “paper or plastic?” hopefully, you will say neither. Bringing your own, reusable bags to the grocery store takes little to no effort but has many beneficial outcomes.

Although many plastics are recyclable, not 100 percent of them end up in the recycle bin.

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The real dirt on farming films

Documentaries about farming are not typically at the top of most college students’ must-see lists, but when you throw sustainability into the mix, some ears may perk up. Cal Poly’s Student Community Services (SCS) and HopeDance FiLMs are hosting a two-part film series over the next two Wednesdays at 8 p.

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Travel the world through film

Those taking a foreign language or interested in foreign films will have the opportunity to take a cinematic tour of the world with the modern languages and literatures department. From May 19 to 22, the department will present a mini film festival titled “In Four Days Around the World: Movies You Did Not Expect.

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Popular films return to The Palm

For all you movie buffs out there, there is a new religious holiday: Palm Wednesday.

The new series at San Luis Obispo’s beloved Palm Theatre begins today, and each subsequent Wednesday the local theater will have a special screening at 7 p.m.

Cameron Bowman, general manager of The Palm, said he hopes titles like “Billabong Odyssey,” “The Big Lebowski,” “Amelie,” “Reservoir Dogs” and “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” will appeal to the younger student population.



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