Bone-crushing riffs, pounding double-bass, scathing vocals and haunting synthesizers do not typically come to mind when thinking of a Christian worship band. But for the six guys who comprise See The Light, heavy metal couldn’t be a better expression of their love for God.
After what seemed like an agonizing delay, Associated Students Inc. representatives announced to an anxious crowd in the University Union that Angela Kramer had been elected Associated Students, Inc.’s new 2008-09 president.
In what came down to a close decision between Kramer and her rival, Melissa Lema, Kramer came out ahead with 2,906 first and second choice votes, accounting for 57.
Let me cut right to the chase for those who don’t already know – “Grand Theft Auto IV” is killer in more ways than one.
Everything that fans of the video game series have come to know and love – the violence, humor, superb dialogue and non-linear game play – has remained intact, but a plethora of new features have been added to the mix.
For people who wake up after a late night of drinking at their favorite bar and are unable to recall exactly what happened, NiiTES.com can help.
The Web site specializes in documenting San Luis Obispo’s bustling nightlife. Those who frequent the local bar or club scene have probably already been approached by one of NiiTES.
Students enrolled in Cal Poly’s bowling classes are finding they have less money to spare since the fee for course materials has
Sometimes it pays to be defiant. Just ask Dominique Olowolafe.
The middle blocker for the Cal Poly women’s volleyball team has a “refuse to lose” attitude that allowed her to shine last season as a freshman.
In late March, Olowolafe landed a spot on this year’s United States Women’s National A2 Team, the elite training squad below the women’s national team itself.
Students will soon be able to use the upper fields of the Sports Complex year round, rain or shine, thanks to new synthetic turf being installed later this year.
The replacement of natural grass with synthetic turf is expected to be completed this fall, according to Associated Students Inc.
Most of us think of “industrial revolution” as a thing of the past, but for some Cal Poly students, the time for change within industry
The Cal Poly that freshmen see today may differ greatly from what they see upon graduation, since big changes are underway in the form of new and ongoing construction projects around campus.
Besides the two major construction projects visibly in the works – Poly Canyon Village and the Center for Construction Excellence – two other projects are already in the pipeline: the Recreation Center expansion and the new Center for Science and Mathematics.