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Cal Poly to host SLO City Council candidates

Students have a chance to talk with two of the candidates vying for a seat on the San Luis Obispo City Council on campus Thursday.

Jesus, the class, returns

A class offered at Cal Poly this fall is dedicated to examining the life of the “most popular person on campus,” who also happens to be the most-studied man in history.

Professors recognized for distinguished scholarship

Two professors — communication studies department chair Bernard Duffy and biomedical and general engineering department chair Lanny Griffin — were awarded with the Distinguished Scholarship Award in mid-April.

Wild times at Wildflower Triathlon

Despite wind that made the usually smooth Lake San Antonio seem like a choppy ocean and the bike race feel like a stationary bike at the gym, Cal Poly’s triathlon team took second place at the 31st Annual Wildflower Triathlon on Sunday.

Flavor of SLO offers food, wine and beer to locals

The fifth annual Flavor of SLO took place at the Jack House & Gardens in downtown San Luis Obispo on Sunday.

Football readies for Spring Game

The Cal Poly football team will hit the turf this Saturday for the Spring Game — a chance to see how the Mustangs are shaping up for their second season in the Big Sky Conference.

Lacrosse teams advance to playoffs

The Cal Poly women’s club lacrosse team, riding a 12-game winning streak, claimed the Western Women’s Lacrosse League (WWLL) title on April 21, soundly beating USC 20-7.

Cal Poly community responds to Boston bombings

Aerospace engineering freshman Noah Falck didn’t hear the bombs explode at the Boston Marathon finish line. He had finished the race almost an hour and a half earlier and was resting in a massage area for runners — a safe distance from the destruction wreaked by the bombing. But when another runner told him there had been two explosions, Falck worked his way back to the finish line area to help however he could.

Class on diverse perspectives takes different form at Cal Poly

A waitlist formed during registration for a new class based on conversations between students of different ethnicities, genders, sexual orientations, religions or socioeconomic backgrounds.

Past ASI presidents: Where are they now?

Holly Dickson hollydickson.md@gmail.com Of the past five Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidents, all but one are living in California and, so far, no one has gone into politics. Kiyana Tabrizi 2011–12 Kiyana Tabrizi, the most recent ASI President, recently relocated…