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Cuckoo for 'Cuckoo's Nest'

Samuel Beckett once wrote “nothing is funnier that unhappiness.” This is true, but only up to a certain point when one sees the extreme sadness and bleak, but beautiful, human nature portrayed in the adaptation of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” by the Cal Poly theatre and dance department.

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New book says Bible lies about sexuality

Christians have their sexuality all wrong. Believers are blind to the fact that Jesus never condemned prostitution, incest or even bestiality. Francis D. Ritter, a Certified Legal Advisor from Oceanside, Calif., argues this and more in his new book entitled, “Sex, Lies and the Bible: How Human Sexual Behavior is Controlled Through the Corruption of the Bible.

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War is good business in America

I know that war commentary is at excess in the media, especially on Fox News, but hey, this is America. I can talk about whatever I want. Almost five years into America’s war efforts in the Middle East, a few observations have cropped up in my understanding of this country with regards to war. The […]

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Going into the closet

Nick Coury The few nights during the month when I go out to the bars or a friend’s house party, I make sure to get my hair did and look good, in a manner of speaking. When it comes to sexuality, I’m pretty much your average straight guy, but for some reason I have been […]

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Jonah rocks a cold Monterey night

nick coury CSU Monterey Bay was built on Fort Ord military base, which was used during the Vietnam War. Many of the original buildings have been remodeled for the campus to use, as is the Black Box Cabaret, a campus cafe for music and art. The weather in Monterey last Friday night was rainy and […]

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Folk diva to hammer out inspiration

Nick Coury Wanna folk? Folk diva Carolyn Cruso will be playing at Linnaea’s Cafe today. She plays the hammered dulcimer, writes poetry and sings. Cruso is not sure when exactly the music bug bit her, but she has been playing since she was 11 years old. “When I was about 10 years old I picked […]

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Six hours with James Cushing

nick coury In building 38 on the Cal Poly campus, there is an office where a 53-year-old man sits typing on a computer, wearing black socks adorned with multi-colored neon fish that do not match his cream V-neck sweater, or the salmon button-up shirt. There is a wall behind the Macintosh where a poster of […]

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Aspiring filmmakers flourish with Firefox

Ever see a memorable Super Bowl commercial that inspired an idea for a creative ad, but you never knew where or how to get started? Well, now it is easier than you think. Acclaimed Internet browser Mozilla Firefox has announced “Firefox Flicks,” a contest for aspiring film entrepreneurs interested in acting, directing, editing and producing […]

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Senior project helps local boutique

amanda domingues courtesy photo Amanda Domingues, an art and design senior, is using fashion and photography as the focus of her senior project. Set to graduate from Cal Poly in June 2006, her project features 16 pictures showing off the spring fashion line of Adonis, an indie-chic apparel store, formerly known as Yellow Kiss, in […]

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Students give classic new viewpoint

Nick Coury The Cal Poly theatre and dance department presents their winter production, a “unique interpretation” of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible,” which opened Feb. 23 in the Alex and Fay Spanos Theatre located in the Performing Arts Center. This production is not the average adaptation of a classic story, but resonates feelings and emotions of […]