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Posted inArts

“I needed something that was going to excite me”: Students dabble in altering their appearances post-lockdown

When liberal studies freshman Aly Arkin facetimed her mom during her second week away from home, she started the call with a warning. “Mom, I am going to show you something and you can’t be mad,” Arkin said. Then she showed her mom her brand new nipple piercings.  The body modification was Arkin’s way of […]

Posted inWomen's Basketball

Women’s Basketball secures first win of the season 62-43 over Sacramento State

The Cal Poly’s Women’s Basketball team won their first game of the season 62-43 against Sacramento State on Monday, Nov. 20 inside Mott Athletics Center. After trailing in the first quarter, the Mustangs rebounded with a fifteen-point scoring run in the third quarter to surge ahead of the Hornets.  “I was really happy about our […]

Posted inCross-country

Men’s Cross Country wins fourth consecutive Big West Conference Championship

Cal Poly Cross Country continued to build upon its tradition of success on Saturday, Nov. 2 as Jake Ritter and Miranda Daschian repeated individual title wins at the Big West Conference Championships. In addition, the men’s team took home their fourth consecutive title win behind a 44-point finish on UC Riverside’s Ag-Ops Course. The feat […]

Posted inVolleyball

Volleyball earns sweep over UC Riverside for the second time this season

Cal Poly Volleyball bounced back from last week’s loss against UC Santa Barbara with an away sweep (25-16, 25-13, 25-20) over the UC Riverside Highlanders Thursday, Oct. 24. Junior outside hitter Maia Dvoracek continued to exercise her dominance on the court with 16 kills while sophomore setter Avalon DeNecochea had a match-high 31 assists.  The […]