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Students expose art in the name of awareness

ƒ_~wingsƒ_T by louise dolby With the minutes ticking down toward the Friday night event, figuring out all the last-minute details has Louise Dolby a little stressed out. “I’ll feel really good Saturday morning when it’s over,” she said. For the past couple of months, Cal Poly journalism seniors Valerie Barrett, Jeanette Etchebehere and Dolby have […]

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Water skiing finishes strong in 'Paradise'

After being nearly shut down by dwindling participation five years ago, the Cal Poly Water Ski Team is back on the water and leaving the competition in its wake. The team closed out its season last weekend, placing No. 2 at “Paradise Found,” their home tournament held in Bakersfield. The team defeated 12 competitors from […]

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Innovation in a globalized world

Jen Boudevin Innovation was the word of the day Wednesday afternoon as a near-capacity crowd filled the Spanos Theater for a speech by Jeff Henley, chairman of the board of directors of Oracle Corp. His presentation, “Collaborate to Innovate – Critical Skills and Technologies for Tomorrow’s Global Leaders,” emphasized the importance of constant innovation in […]

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Track ready to race at Big West

Jen Boudevin Despite a season complicated by injury, red-shirts and rain, the Cal Poly track and field team is ready for the Big West Championships today and Saturday at Cal State Northridge. Last year, the men’s team placed a close second behind Northridge at the championships and the women’s team came in fifth. For the […]

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Lions, lanterns liven up UU

Jen Boudevin Cal Poly’s University Union Plaza will be illuminated with the light of the 12th annual Lantern Festival on Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m. The festival is celebrated traditionally in Chinese and Vietnamese cultures to honor the beauty of the moon, and has been coordinated by the Chi Delta Theta Sorority, the Omega […]

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Craft center issues a call for art

Jen Boudevin The annual Spring Craft Sale is approaching, and the ASI Craft Center has sent out a “Call for Art!” The center is seeking vendors to sell their handcrafted goods at the event, held from May 10 – 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the University Union Plaza. Applications are available at […]

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Last chance to catch free flicks this quarter

Jen Boudevin For students longing to watch their favorite classics on the big screen, Associated Students Inc. (ASI) just might hold the opportunity. Again presenting its popular quarterly film series, ASI Events hosts “Oldies but Goodies,” a trio of films to be screened for free on campus. Formerly held at Chumash Auditorium, the showings are […]

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Music faculty unite for spring concert

Jen Boudevin Katharine Arthur’s father flew in from Windsor, Ontario, Canada to see her perform this weekend at Cal Poly. But she’s no student. In a unique ensemble, the Cal Poly music faculty is banding together to present “Spring Bouquet of Chamber Music” at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Spanos Theatre. The recital features several […]