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Student editors unveil Byzantium

Students unveiled this year’s Byzantium, a student-run literary journal of poem’s and short stories at Sally Loo’s coffee shop Sunday night.

Cal Poly student gets ready for first professional fight at Mott Gym

Mike Gahan, wine and viticulture junior, will make his first professional MMA fight at Mott Gym May 22.

Writing event invites community members to dust off typewriters

Community members collaborated this weekend for Typing in Public, a project dedicated to inspiring the community and celebrities to join and celebrate the written word.

Cal Poly student wins $49,493 on Wheel of Fortune

Katie Berger, a biological sciences senior will appear on Wheel of Fortune tonight as the blue contestant. She first tried out over a year ago at an audition in Paso Robles.

Cal Poly club puts on first step dance show to bridge cultural gaps

Multicultural Greeks and clubs at Cal Poly put on Poly’s first California State step show at the Performing Arts Pavilion, Friday night.

Students create fully functional art in Kennedy Library

reKinetic, an art exhibit, will be on display at the Robert E. Kennedy Library until June 6 and projects designed to be aesthetically pleasing as well as fully functional.

Faculty to showcase talent for students and community

Three of Cal Poly’s faculty members will be performing a concert for a mixed crowd at the Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre on Friday.

Reggae rockers kick off tour at Cal Poly

San Diego’s Through the Roots will play a free show at Cal Poly’s Via Carta Mall, near Campus Market today before going on to tour the West. They plan to play songs on the tour that no one has heard and hope to please the crowd.

Elvis Costello plays at Cal Poly for first time in 30 years

Elvis Costello played songs spanning his entire career as well as covers of country and some of the first rock and roll artists for his nearly sold-out audience at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) Monday night.

Cal Poly alumnus recognized for creation of engineering lab

Cal Poly alumnus Jon Monett was nationally recognized along with Cal Poly engineering students for their work in prosthetics.

Rock legend Elvis Costello comes to Cal Poly

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Elvis Costello is scheduled to play a solo concert at Cal Poly’s Christopher Cohen Performing Arts Center (PAC) tonight for a nearly sold out audience.