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A year in review: Looking back at the year’s top headlines

At the end of the year we look back at the year’s top news stories. Full of controversy and history the top headlines have kept us reading. With presidential elections, college based fees, losses and arrests the year

Bike month raises bike safety issues

As the driver of a Ford truck took his foot off of the brakes at the stop sign on a recent afternoon at Cal Poly, a young man on a blue bike blew right through the stop, narrowly escaping impact…

ASI candidate profile: Jacob Alvarez

Psychology senior Jacob Alvarez wants to be the voice of Cal Poly students if elected ASI president. Photo by Omar Sanchez / Mustang Daily A self-described “foot soldier of Associated Students Inc.,” psychology senior Jacob Alvarez has devoted his college…

ASI president candidate profile: Kelly Griggs

Current ASI Board of Directors member Kelly Griggs is running for ASI president in hopes of increasing communication between students and administration. Other issues of interest include sustainability, access to campus services and diversity.

Spots around San Luis Obispo visitors must see

Sure, everyone’s heard of San Luis Obispo fixtures like the Madonna Inn, Firestone Grill, Bishop Peak and Bubblegum Alley. But San Luis Obispo and the surrounding Central Coast is full of charm, some more well known than others.

Poly student, pet, to appear on “Dog Whisperer”

A Cal Poly student and her dog, and a little bit of Cal Poly itself, will appear on Friday’s episode of “The Dog Whisperer,” the Discovery Channel’s Emmy-nominated and highest rated show for the past four years.

Legislature recognizes Cal Poly health group

View the slideshow Cal Poly’s efforts to conquer obesity took a statewide step forward Wednesday when local Assemblyman Sam Blakeslee recognized the efforts of Cal Poly’s developing Center for Obesity Prevention and Education (COPE.) The organization was presented with a…

Streaking event shows off Cal Poly’s student bodies

Approximately 1,000 people attended the third annual Streak Hathaway event. This was the second year the streak raised money for breast cancer.

Chopper could be used for unmanned rescue missions

Though it never left the ground, a helicopter donated by the engineering firm Northrop Grumman caused a bit of a spectacle on campus. About 100 engineering students and faculty came to the engineering plaza to see the unveiling of the $200,000 piece of equipment.

Baker, Kramer answer questions about possible CBF increases at State of the Student Address

Associated Students Inc. President Angela Kramer and Cal Poly President Warren Baker held a town-hall style forum to discuss issues including diversity and sustainability, but once the discussion turned to the CBF referendum – which students vote on today and Thursday – it never went back.