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Civil engineering students propose sustainable transportation plans

whitney guenther Civil engineering students showcased their final projects at an exhibit aimed at finding sustainable transportation methods at Cal Poly in hopes that the administration will consider their proposals for future implementation. The exhibit that took place May 31 presented four teams’ projects from the CE 527, Sustainable Mobility, class. “Hopefully what we’ve done […]

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Cal Poly fraternities and sororities recognized at greek awards ceremony

Kendra Deutsche The Cal Poly Greek community celebrated the achievements of fraternities, sororities and individuals at the fifth annual Cal Poly Greek Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 17. The ceremony honored efforts by sororities and fraternities involved in their communities as well as the individual achievements of their members. The awards ceremony is meant to […]

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Sexton chooses to keep the Sabbath

Two years of training suddenly for naught – that’s how Bridgette Sexton felt when she found out the Big West heptathlon had been switched from a middle-of-the-week to a Friday-Saturday event. Sexton, a Cal Poly track and field athlete, is a member of the United Church of God. While pursuing the sport she loves, she […]

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Graduate students win Business Ethics Fortnight

Kendra Deutsche Cal Poly graduate students brought a national championship home after winning the Business Ethics Fortnight at Loyola Marymount University (LMU) on April 9. Four Cal Poly students competed at the event to win the championship for their project, “Red Bull Report on Stealth Marketing.” “(It was) a competition where teams from around the […]

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More to do in SLO than drink

When I talk to my friends back home, the conversation often turns to how Cal Poly is a party school. After all, there isn’t anything else to do in San Luis Obispo, right? This in itself seems strange to me, considering how, when I applied and was accepted, I chose to come here because of […]

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ASI 2006-07 elections begin today

Kendra Deutsche Strategically placed banners around campus with the phrase “Vote: One Voice, 17,000 Strong” are calling the Cal Poly community to vote in the Associated Students, Inc. elections, which take place today and Thursday throughout campus. This is part of ASI’s push for an increased voter turnout in the elections. Students are encouraged to […]

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Poly Players With Carol Erickson

Kendra Deutsche Carol Erickson has helped pull the Cal Poly women’s tennis team to an 11-9 record overall this season, with a 5-2 Big West record. She has a 19-8 individual record. Erickson, a business junior, consistently helps lead the team to victory. This season, Erickson was acknowledged for her play at the Northwest Regional […]