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Rematch with Tigers on horizon

sheila sobchik The Big West Conference women’s basketball post-season tournament kicks off Wednesday in Anaheim, where Cal Poly has been slated as the No. 5 seed. After finishing the Big West season at 7-7, the Mustangs were one of four teams in the eight-team conference to finish regular season play with a .500 record. “Anybody […]

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Hangover? What hangover?

James Mellor Dry mouth, headache, soreness and slight memory loss. I had all the symptoms of a classic hangover. On a Saturday afternoon, cheap pitchers of Natural Light at The Shack had sparked the idea of drinking games among some friends and I. “Seven, 11, doubles,” and “Bud-a-pound,” were the likely culprits. From there, it […]

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LGBT celebrates same- sex handholding day

James Mellor Valentine’s Day is traditionally a day to express love – even through something as simple as holding hands. Cal Poly’s Pride Alliance Center: LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) student group has organized a Valentine’s Day event, Same Sex Handholding Day, to raise awareness on campus for these individuals. “Basically, it raises awareness that […]

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Conference unites students to change the status quo

brennan angel mustang daily Over 150 Cal Poly students united this weekend under the common theme of creating change. The fourth annual Change the Status Quo conference, put on by Student Community Services, included 24 workshops addressing the issues of conscious consumption, cultural equality, environmentalism, feminism, LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) rights, health, politics, world […]

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Snowbound safety

James Mellor In the afternoon of my first day of snowboarding, I started to get a little cocky. “It’s time to start hitting some jumps,” went through my 10-year-old brain. I saw a little kicker along the edge of the trail and headed toward it. A speed check at the last second slowed me down […]

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Black History Month

James Mellor Striving to provide heightened cultural awareness and to address the issue of race relations on campus, the Black Student Union (BSU) will host a variety of events to celebrate Black History Month. Black History Month has been celebrated in the United States each February since 1926. “For the month, we’re just trying to […]

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Cal Poly Baseball 2006

brennan angel The start to the 2006 baseball season could not have been better for Cal Poly after sweeping No. 21 Fresno State at Baggett Stadium over the weekend. Although the Mustangs looked anything but perfect, clutch performances resulted in three wins and none more dramatic than a Josh Lansford home run in the bottom […]

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Ringing in the Year of the Dog

James Mellor It’s 2006, which means it’s time to bring in the Year of the Dog. Cal Poly’s Chinese Student Association will celebrate its 49th annual Chinese New Year banquet this Saturday. At 6 p.m. in the Chumash Auditorium, the CSA will bring in the Year of the Dog with a traditional seven-course Chinese meal […]