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Hillel celebrates Israel's 58th birthday

A bounce house, cake buttons and condoms marked Cal Poly’s celebration of Israel’s 58th birthday on Dexter Lawn Thursday in an event sponsored by Hillel, Cal Poly and San Luis Obispo’s Jewish cultural club. “Israel is not just for Jews, it’s for everyone,” Hillel President and nutrition senior Brooke Horn said. Hillel members invited students […]

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Another excuse to drink it up

Mariecar Mendoza El Cinco de Mayo. Or the fifth of May for all of you who opted to take French or German in high school instead of Spanish. It is day worthy of celebration and a true holiday for those who consider themselves Americans. Celebrating Cinco de Mayo embodies American ideals and should be, at […]

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Students left without Safe Ride

Paul Bittick Students are scrambling for options now that Safe Ride has closed its door in San Luis Obispo. The April 19 closure sparked concerns from law enforcement the day before Cal Poly’s Open House. The weekend avoided major incidents, however a long-term solution to the loss of Safe Ride has yet to take shape. […]

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Students join community to take the chance to 'Walk a Mile in Her Shoes'

jessica greenwalt Community leaders and Cal Poly students alike stepped out Saturday against sexual assault for the fourth annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes.” The Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention (SARP) Center coordinated the event against sexual assault, which featured more than 100 participants in the mile-long walk beginning at Mitchell Park and extending […]

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Filipinos are 'Righting My Goodbye'

Paul Bittick The Pilipino Cultural Exchange (PCE) presents “Righting My Goodbye,” an original production by Cal Poly students Friday and Saturday at the Clark Center in Arroyo Grande. “Righting My Goodbye” centers its story around the character of Isabelle (Lisa Aguirre) who returns to the Philippines after the death of a loved one. With the […]

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Dance team brings New York to Poly

The Parsons Dance Company, an energetic, modern dance group from New York, will be performing on Sunday, April 23 at the Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre. “It’s a spunky and energetic company,” said office manager Gillian Smith. “It’s pretty interesting.” The show features 11 dancers who, according to a press release, “move fast and furious, […]