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Posted inArts

Swing by for Play It By

When Play It By performs in the University Union on Nov. 30, you may find more than lyrics about broken hearts, the longing for the one you can’t have, and drinking – even if these are themes most college students can relate to.

The simple lyrics are best described as typical when it comes to pop-inspired music.

Posted inOpinion

Social networking anything but social

You log into the Web site with your expectations running high. Perhaps someone you have never met would like to add you as a “friend,” or even better maybe someone left you a comment about a new sleazy picture of yourself that you recently posted. And would it not be absolutely fabulous if you got yet another post on your wall of fame? Those things are priceless.

Posted inNews

Women discuss the workplace

Cal Poly’s Women’s Programs and Career Services will be hosting the two-part “Women Career Discussion Series,” starting today from 11 a.m. to noon. It will be held in the Women’s Center, in the University Union room 217. The event is free and open to all faculty, staff and students.

Posted inNews

CSU system and faculty association fail to agree

The California State University system and the California Faculty Association were unable to come to terms on several salary issues last month, but the CSU system does not believe the failure in negotiations will interrupt classes.

“It will be business as usual on all CSU campuses,” said CSU media relations specialist to the chancellor’s office, Paul Browning.

Posted inArts

DiFranco grants 'Reprieve'

Corporate scandals, a plead for the impeachment of President George W. Bush, the dangers of technology and environmental destruction are among the plethora of topics discussed on Ani DiFranco’s latest album “Reprieve”; and they are all found on one track.

DiFranco has a lot to say, and she uses all 12 tracks on “Reprieve” to do so.