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Loney living the life of a lineman

When you make a career out of protecting people, recognition from others is replaced by pride in their accomplishments.

“As an offensive lineman, you don’t get a lot of attention. You learn to enjoy attention through others,” says Dan Loney, a former Cal Poly star and current center of the Arena Football League’s San Jose Sabercats.

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Women's field hockey team captures cup

The 37th annual California Cup at Moorpark Community College last weekend was a tournament of redemption for the Cal Poly women’s field hockey club team.

After not capturing the Western Collegiate Field Hockey Conference title in the fall for the first time since the league’s inception in 2004, the Mustangs won the California Cup on Monday, after three years of a third-place finish and two second-place finishes.

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When the NBA just isn't enough

Kobe, Schmobe.

Celtics, Schmeltics.

This column is siding with Tim Donaghy, the ex-referee convicted on felony gambling charges – including betting on games in which he officiated – and goes on the record accusing the NBA of conspiracy charges.

How else do you explain the Chicago Bulls, a city and team deprived of star power since his Airness stepped away after the ’98 season, landing the first pick in the upcoming draft with only a 1.

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Cookbook for helpless of cooks

For students whose idea of cooking is grabbing the phone or finding the keys, help with a little Cal Poly twist is out there.

Jackie Oliver, mother of Cal Poly architecture sophomore Sophie Oliver, recently published a cookbook, “I’ve Found the Kitchen, Now What?” aimed toward a younger audience on their own for the first time and lost in their new environment.



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