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Student goes fast and furious in national racing competition

It was that moment, in the thrill of having cars whip past him at 200 mph, that Sean Johnston said he decided he wanted to be a professional race car driver.

Poly professor teaches storytelling

Cal Poly professor spreads knowledge and helps healing through storytelling.

Professor blinds students with science

Anne Marie Bergen, a Cal Poly biology teacher in residence, received recognition for her work in teaching K-12 science this month by winning the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

Alcohol poisoning: how to detect it and what to do

When partying, be aware of the signs of alcohol poisoning. It can have deadly consequences if untreated.

Coffee and Christianity come together at the Front Porch

Free coffee and Wi-Fi, a game room, a Christian resources library and lots of lounge space — the Front Porch coffee house serves the college community with its newly built complex just behind the Health Center at 1468 Foothill Blvd.

Gender-neutral housing in works for Cal Poly

There is a gender-neutral policy in the works that would help lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students feel more at ease in their living situations on campus, as well as individuals who simply feel more comfortable rooming with the opposite sex.

SLO Botanical Garden hosts sustainability social

The San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden will host the annual “Gathering of Green” sustainability social Saturday, April 30.

Zion I and The Grouch to perform during UU Hour

Concerts in the Plaza will welcome the hip-hop group Zion I and the Grouch Thursday. This is the first time this year a hip-hop group has performed during UU hour.

Mustangs’ success stems from Justin McGrath

Men’s tennis head coach Justin McGrath has led his team to a record of 14-3 and 4-0 in Big West, but his job is more than just coaching to him.

Students feeling lemony fresh after agribusiness win

Cal Poly agribusiness students and their “Liora” Seedless Lemons won first place in the annual National AgriMarketing Association Student Marketing Competition in Kansas City, Miss. last week.

California students, faculty take action against budget cuts

All 23 California State University campuses will take part in “Class Action,” a rally to bring a voice to students, faculty and staff who are opposed to the recent and proposed education budget cuts.