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Taking teamwork to another level

tom sanders For Aaron Lucero, life is like a long-distance phone call. He speaks clearly and coherently, but his comprehension is delayed. The way he processes information is visible. At each moment of understanding, his head jerks straight up. As he replies, his body gradually relaxes until another stimulus is thrown at him. Despite what […]

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Architecture seniors 'coalesce' for final project

Lauren Zahner Five years of hard work culminated in one weekend for Cal Poly architecture students during Coalesce, the third annual exhibition of fifth-year design-studio work held in the University Union. Friday’s reception started the event with free food, wine and live jazz. Students, parents and practitioners walked around looking at the 180 projects that […]

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Garden Street hosts senior project, party

Lauren Zahner What do six indie bands, a garden gnome and a senior project have in common? It’s the KCPR Garden Party. “It’s really a taste of something different,” journalism sophomore Graham Culbertson said. Cal Poly’s radio station, KCPR, will be hosting a music festival at Downtown Brew on Garden Street from 2 to 10 […]

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Rugby not a foreign affair at Cal Poly

Lauren Zahner Rugby is a poorly-known sport to most Americans. The terms hooker, maul, flanker, grubber and dummy conjure up little more than vague images of an edge-of-your-seat murder mystery. Yet, to a few enlightened Cal Poly students, those words are part of an almost daily experience. Justin Lucas, a biochemistry senior and the rugby […]

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Poly opens doors for students in forestry and natural resources

Cal Poly’s admittance to a natural and cultural resources management network that partners with federal agencies will provide students with more senior projects, senior theses and hands-on opportunities. Cal Poly was one of three California State Universities (CSU) to join the California Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (CCESU), which already includes all nine University of California […]

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Spanos Stadium taking shape

nick camacho The Spanos Stadium renovation remains on schedule to be finished for the fall 2006 season, according to project manager Perry Judd. “They’re moving right along on the concrete structure,” Judd said. With the recent rains, football coach Rich Ellerson is not sure whether or not the stadium will be ready for opening day. […]