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Building more than a home

Kendra Deutsche After three long and strenuous days, Cal Poly students are well on their way toward completing the Poly House project. Cal Poly project management students devoted the weekend to a project they have been planning all quarter that will bring much needed help to a family in San Luis Obispo. The Poly House […]

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Six-in-a-row and still counting

tom sanders The Cal Poly softball team finished its second consecutive weekend sweep with a 2-0 win over UC Davis on Sunday at Bob Janssen Field, giving the Mustangs a six-game winning streak. Jenna Maiden pitched the full seven innings, allowing just two hits from the Aggie batters. The win, along with the 1-0, 10-9 […]

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A "Tribute" to Japanese anime and video game music

Ryan Chartrand Cal Poly’s Japanese Cultural Exchange will present “Tribute,” a groundbreaking Japanese animation and video game concert on Saturday, April 29. “Tribute” will feature original arrangements of popular melodies drawn entirely from Japanese animation and video games, performed as piano, vocal, and ensemble pieces. “Tribute” will appeal to both fans familiar with the music […]

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Jazz group MoonPie to play in SLO

MoonPie, a local jazz, bossanova and blues group, will perform at Linnaea’s Cafe in San Luis Obispo Saturday, February 4 from 8-10 p.m. MoonPie has performed locally since 2001 and has been continuing their “evolution and refinements of jazz standards” according to MoonPie flute player Pete Ryan. Other members of the group include the young and […]