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Sharon sees a better Day coming

brennan angel As the track season nears its end with conference, regional and national championships remaining, Cal Poly will have to do without the services of defending national high-jump champion Sharon Day. During finals week in December 2005, Day went for a free-run and tripped over the curb. At first, she thought her foot was […]

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Cyclists get festive downtown

whitney guenther The excitement on a child’s face when they finally receive their first bike doesn’t seem to fade for some people. Bicycles of every shape, size and color can be seen peddling through the streets of downtown by bicycle enthusiasts of all ages. Some become very involved in the festive spirit. The first Thursday […]

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A time to remember genocide

tom sanders Hillel, Cal Poly’s Jewish cultural club, will be remembering the Holocaust with many on-campus events throughout the week which began Monday with a display in the University Union to educate people about the Holocaust. Today the club will celebrate National Holocaust Remembrance Day on Dexter lawn and in the UU Plaza with the […]

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One large gift: Mustang Memorial Plaza

nick camacho In August 2005, construction began on the 70-year-old Mustang Stadium to build a newly-designed Mustang Memorial Plaza where Week of Welcome events, commencement ceremonies and football and soccer games will continue to be held. The stadium, which sits on the west part of campus between the business building and campus offices, has a […]

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SLO Bike Club has much to offer

People who love the outdoors, riding bicycles and interacting with fellow members from the community can enjoy the many year-round activities with the San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club. The San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club was “founded in 1970 to promote safe and legal riding of bicycles and to encourage bicycle riding as an accepted mode […]