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Stanford wrestling puts banner year to test at Cal Poly

The Stanford wrestling team has won more this year than it has in three decades, but it’s still got something to prove against Cal Poly in a Pac-10 dual at 7 p.m. in Mott Gym.

Cal Poly, on the other hand, is looking to add momentum as it nears the Pac-10 Conference Championships, now less than a month away.

Construction on schedule despite weather

Despite the rain, Cal Poly’s construction projects are proceeding better than expected

Details revealed in Houlgate murder case

A young woman who witnessed her friend’s murder testified about the incident in court last week.

Indie-rockers Sherwood return

Little did I know that the band Sherwood’s giant tour bus parked outside Downtown Brewing Co. was a sign of giant things to come.

So apparently I’ve been living in a hole on Bishop Peak the last few years because until last week, I never knew about one of San Luis Obispo’s most popular bands.

CFA says budget cutbacks worsen economic crisis

“Educational cutbacks damage the economy” is the message the California Faculty Association is sending to college students and faculty amid Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s proposed budget cuts.

The CFA represents more than 23,000 faculty members currently employed by California State University system.

Super masseur lends helpful hands to Poly athletes

You won’t see him flying around campus in a red cape, but those who know Mihail “Mike” Dincu still call him “Super Mike.” The Romanian masseur has traveled far throughout his career, working with some of sports’ biggest names, and is now using his magic hands and big heart to help Cal Poly athletes.

U.S. printer comes to Poly

Public Printer of the United States and Cal Poly alumni Robert C. Tapella will be coming

Psychobilly punk rocks Downtown Brew

It looked like the opening night of a “Harry Potter” film, with hundreds of fans lined up around the block, eagerly waiting to escape the chilly night air. The cause: Tiger Army headlined a show at Downtown Brewing Co.

Tickets had sold out early Wednesday afternoon.

Tiger Army invades SLO tonight

The band’s mantra, “Tiger Army Never Die,” couldn’t be more fitting. With a rocky history that would have meant the end of less-determined groups, California’s Tiger Army has persevered and is once again bringing their own unique brand of punk rock to San Luis Obispo.