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Posted inStudent Life

Students find community at annual Friendship Games for Pilipinx collegiate organizations

Hundreds of students waited in line near the Student Recreation Center, buzzing with excitement. One student looked around, taking in her surroundings of the nearby gym, swimming pool and the crowd of people swarming the sidewalk. Out of the corner of her eye, she saw someone running toward her. The two hadn’t seen each other […]

Posted inNews

Final open forum for Cal Poly dean position to be held this week

The open forums for the fourth finalist for the dean of Extended, Professional and Continuing Education (EPaCE) position will be held Friday, Oct. 21. The dean of EPaCE is responsible for fostering relationships with faculty for curricular development, collaborating with partners to develop programs and providing oversight of academic programs in cooperation with Academic Affairs, […]

Posted inTrack and Field

Track and field ends Fresno State Invitational with six top-three finishes

Cal Poly track and field earned six top-three finishes and several personal bests at the Fresno State Invitational on Saturday, Apr. 30 at Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis. Sophomore Quinton Alexander placed second in the men’s 800 with a season-best time of 1:51.98 seconds. He was followed by fourth-place sophomore Mason Elefant with a season-best […]

Posted inGolf

Back to back: Women’s Golf wins second straight Big West title on one-hole playoff

After overcoming a nine-stroke deficit, Cal Poly won a dramatic one-hole playoff against Hawaii to capture their second straight Big West Conference championship on Tuesday, Apr. 12 at the San Luis Obispo Country Club With the victory, the Mustangs received an automatic postseason bid. In the final three holes, Hawaii tallied three bogeys and 12 […]

Posted inTop Stories

The hidden world of esports at Cal Poly

Historically, football, basketball and baseball dominate the headlines in collegiate athletics. The cheering, buzzing student sections and blaring referee whistles highlight these college sporting events. However, there is a new sport that is gaining traction rapidly. It is not played on a court or a field in front of student sections and large crowds, yet […]