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Armstrong’s salary confirmed

The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees approved the annual salary for newly appointed Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong today.

Complacency not the answer to budget cuts

Leticia Rodriguez is a journalism senior and Mustang Daily editor-in-chief.

When being thin equals being perfect

With its slogan, “It’s great to be thin!” Zantrex isn’t just stuffing its product down viewer throats — it is slapping us with an idea that makes people sick and kills thousands a year.

MGMT comes to Avila Beach

Psychedelic-electro-rock group MGMT will perform at the Avila Beach Resort Friday, May 28. The concert is all ages and the doors open at 5:30 p.m. Alcohol is available for attendants 21 and older.

Last game for the Cal Poly men’s basketball team, 2009-2010 season

A depiction of the 48 hours prior to the last regular season game for the Cal Poly men’s basketball team for the 2009-2010 season.

Award-winning composer to guest conduct at annual Winter Band concert

Award-winning orchestral composer and conductor Frank Ticheli will be a guest conductor at the annual Winter Band Concert performed by Cal Poly’s Wind Ensemble and Wind Orchestra this Saturday.

BLOG: A reporter’s sports dilemma

How one reporter battles being a sports fan and a journalist.

“Kabul Transit” gives viewers a different perspective

Students and community members crowded Chumash Auditorium Tuesday night to watch “Kabul Transit,” a film co-produced and co-directed by sociology professor Maliha Zulfacar.

Student survives on $28 for 28 days

Cal Poly journalism senior Niki Burns spent $28 on groceries at the beginning of the month and is documenting her experience for her senior project.

LGBTQIA conference draws larger crowds than expected

The Western Regional Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trangender, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Ally College Conference was hosted at Cal Poly by the Pride Center this past weekend where attendants discussed everything from sexual health to religion to bondage.

CSU Student Research Competition underway

The 24th Annual California State University Student Research Competition is a contest that promotes graduate and undergraduate work from the 23 CSU campuses.