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Valentine’s dinner to support Cal Poly Guateca project

Cal Poly’s Guateca Project is feeling the love from a nonprofit organization, Central Coast Bioneers, who will host a Valentine’s Day-themed benefit dinner for the project at Sage Restaurant on campus Feb.13.

BLOG: Armstrong: husband, father and Cal Poly President

When I sat down with Jeffrey Armstrong for an interview about him living on campus, it was obvious he couldn’t be more excited about the near future at Cal Poly. But what struck me the most was his openness about…

Cuesta Grade crash causes fatality

One person is dead and another hospitalized after a sedan hit a semi-truck head-on on the Cuesta Grade on Highway 101 Monday morning, according to California Highway Patrol Officer Toby Adrianse.

Coachella Valley Music Festival set to be a ‘non-stop party’

Kanye West, Kings of Leon, Arcade Fire and the Strokes are some of the big names to headline the 2011 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival from April 15 to 17 in Indio, Calif.

Armstrong to make himself at home

It was about 34 years ago when Cal Poly’s new president Jeffrey Armstrong stood on the lawn at a function at the president’s house at Murray State University. He was among the other students there to be honored for receiving…

PG&E seeks another 20 years for Diablo Canyon

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) will hold two public meetings this month with Diablo Canyon Power Plant owner Pacific Gas & Electric Co. (PG&E) in San Luis Obispo. The meetings will cover issues related to the operation of the…

They work hard for their money: student loan rates lowest of CSUs

Cal Poly boasts the lowest student loan default rate of the 23 California State University (CSU) campuses, according to the most recent data, and the Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships Lois Kelly thinks she knows why.

JFK took it to the house Saturday night
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElyNSF5u-4s[/youtube] JFK of MSTRKRFT took the stage at The Graduate Saturday night opening with a song full of bass and nothing short of his signature electro-dance music, which was the music of choice for the evening. The audience came ready…
JFK will raise The Graduate’s roof with house music Saturday

JFK of MSTRKRFT known for his electronic dance music will bring his DJ stylings to The Graduate in San Luis Obispo on Jan. 15.

Read the fine print: Cal Poly welcomes International Printing Week

The Cal Poly Graphic Communication (GrC) Department will honor the Dow Jones & Company, among others, during its annual International Printing Week, which runs from Jan. 25 to 28. The event is meant to host and honor various industry members…

Dean’s complaints incite lawsuit

According to an e-mail sent in Oct. 2007, former dean of Cal Poly’s College of Engineering Mohammad Noori “sold (his) soul to the devil Saudi Arabia” — at least this was written in the mass message sent to all faculty…