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Another Type of Groove celebrates Black History Month

Brutha Gimel, spoken word poet and co-founder of Da’ Poetry Lounge in Los Angeles, will be the featured poet of Another Type of Groove for Black History Month.

Award-winning musical ‘Spring Awakening’ shakes up PAC

“Spring Awakening,” the award-winning musical about 19th century students discovering their sexuality and morality through teenage exploits and into rock ‘n’ roll songs will come to the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Sunday, Jan. 30.

Job hunting — one click at a time

What are some of the best websites for a Mustang to go to when looking for work? According to Carole Moore, College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) career counselor, you can find the best links on the Cal Poly…

‘Whose Line’ stars bring laughs to the PAC

There wasn’t a straight face in the house during the sold-out performance of “An Evening with Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood” Saturday at the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC). Mochrie and Sherwood are both comedians and recurring cast members…

Women’s tennis has eyes set on improvement

Women’s tennis waved goodbye to some talented Mustangs last spring but has high expectations for this coming season with five new freshmen and several nationally ranked returning players.

Cal Poly modern language and literature professor dies

William “Memo” Martinez, Jr., the department chair of the modern languages and literatures department, died on Thursday, Dec. 23, 2010 at the age of 49. The cause of his death is not being released at this time.