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1960 Poly football team to be honored

The fatal crash that claimed 18 lives of the 1960 Cal Poly football team will receive an honorary induction into the Cal Poly Athletics Hall of Fame this weekend.

A private ceremony will take place Friday to dedicate the new Mustang Memorial Plaza.

The plaza is 15,000 square feet and will honor the members of the team who lost their lives in the Oct.

Posted inArts

New quarter brings new performances

Dancers and actors will have a chance to come together once again as the Cal Poly theater and dance department gets ready for another school year filled with comedy, pirouettes and performances.

Founded in 1969 by Dr. Moon Ja Miss Suhr, Cal Poly’s dance company, Orchesis, will be holding auditions this week for the 2006-07 company.

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Another take on heaven:'The Lovely Bones'

Paul Bittick For 14-year-old Susie Salmon, life was short and unpredictable, but heaven was even stranger. “My name was Salmon, like the fish; first name, Susie. I was fourteen when I was murdered on December 6, 1973. “ “The Lovely Bones” by Alice Sebold, exceeds the dry and repetitive storylines of most books. By engulfing […]

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Left behind, but left with good advice

Paul Bittick As graduation for many super-seniors is approaching, some of us less fortunate juniors are stuck on this wonderful campus for another year of educational bliss. Many of my friends will be graduating in a week and leaving me to fend for myself during times of senioritis (I hear it is a serious situation), […]

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Former CSU chancellor re-hired in controversy

Many California Faculty Association (CFA) members are outraged over the California State University’s decision to hire former CSU Chancellor Barry Munitz, who will teach one class and receive a salary of $163, 776 – far more than other faculty salaries. “I am absolutely flabbergasted that the system, the CSU, would suggest this as an appropriate […]