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Chipotle opens to large crowd

Chipotle Mexican Grill hosted its grand opening last Friday in downtown San Luis Obispo.

Baseball drops two of three in Coca-Cola Classic

Rally after rally, the runs seemed to come in bunches for the Mustangs. Yet, even with the barrage of offense, Cal Poly surrendered two of three contests in the Coca-Cola classic this weekend.

Investigators say Cabo San Luis fire was arson

A fire damaged part of a Foothill Boulevard retail complex and destroyed the Cabo San Luis restaurant early Wednesday morning, fire officials said. No injuries were reported.

Project Orange draws more than 500 students

More than 500 students watched “At the End of Slavery: the Battle for Justice in Our Time,” which took the audience inside the reality of buying and selling human beings in the Philippines, India, Cambodia and the United States.

Women’s basketball drops two straight

Cal Poly (17-10, 10-5 Big West), led by junior forward Kristina Santiago’s team-high 20 points, recorded their second consecutive loss of the season with a, 85-70, loss against UC Santa Barbara (11-16, 8-7) Saturday afternoon.

Wrestling places third at Pac-10 championships

Boris Novachkov captured the Pacific-10 Conference Championship at 133 pounds, four other Mustangs finished second as Cal Poly settled for a third-place team finish Saturday night.

Baseball drops two of three to USF

After falling to the Dons, 5-0, in the first game of the series and rebounding to a 7-3 win, The Mustangs couldn’t piece together enough runs in the third game of the series.

Baseball rides the Waves out of Malibu

Cal Poly freshman pitcher Joey Wagman allowed one run through six innings to push the Mustangs (2-2) past Pepperdine (2-2) Tuesday.

SLO police arrest burglarly suspect on Murray Street

San Luis Obispo police officers responded to a report of an interrupted residential burglary at 1269 Murray Street, Apartment C just before 1 this morning.

Women’s basketball looks to stay atop the Big West

With a 69-48 win over UC Davis at the end of last week and a 99-66 victory over Pacific during the weekend, Cal Poly (8-2) has just six games left to hold on to first place.

Men’s basketball tries to regain momentum

More than halfway into their conference schedule, the Mustangs (8-14, 5-5 Big West) are rolling off four consecutive losses heading into tonight’s match up against Long Beach State (11-12, 5-5). With five games left in the season, Callero looks to tackle his team’s on court performances with a reemphasizing fundamentals.