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Stanford law professor speaks about neuroscience

Stanford law professor, Hank Greely gave a lecture entitled “Neuroscience: scientific revolutions, social challenges” in Cal Poly’s Philips Hall Friday afternoon.

BLOG: “Adaptation”

“Adaptation” is about a screenwriter writing a movie about a journalist’s book which began as an article about an extravagant Orchid thief.

Students, faculty protest budget cuts

“Fire the politicians, not the teachers” read one woman’s sign at a rally outside Senator Maldonado’s office in San Luis Obispo, one of 100’s of events that took place all over California and the rest of the nation on March 4, “a day of action for public education”.

Should I stay or should I go?

Ireland’s own Rachel Clancy is potentially finishing up her last season with the Cal Poly women’s basketball team as she plans to graduate and return to her home country.

National movement for public education on March 4

From preschoolers to professors, thousands from California to New York plan to stand together on March 4 as a part of a “day of action to save public education.”

Rushing fraternities will be deferred for new students

Leaders of Cal Poly’s Interfraternity Council recently announced a new policy that will defer first-quarter students from joining a fraternity.

Cal Poly hits the road until tournament play

A game after Cal Poly’s seniors said goodbye to Mott Gym, The Mustangs (17-8, 10-3 Big West) look to defend their first place spot in the Big West against Cal State Fullerton (12-15, 6-7) Thursday night.

Recruitment program brings 200 high school sophomores to Cal Poly

A two-day symposium was put on by the Cal Poly Partners Program, a recruitment and feeder program that establishes formal partnerships with first generation, low income high schools in California, all of which have lower college attendance rates.

Students create apps. with donated Google phones

Twenty-four T-moble G1 phones with the Android operating system donated by Google are now acting as the basis for student designed state-of-the-art applications.

Vagina Monologues covers uncomfortable topics

Author and activist Eve Ensler created the Vagina Monologues 10 years ago after performing hundreds of interviews with women all over the world about intimacy.

Mustangs to host Northridge in final home game

Victorious in eight straight home games, the Mustangs attempt to complete their first undefeated home game season against Big West opposition in program history.