Maybe you’ve seen their huge “W8” signs scrawled on the pavement in chalk. Maybe you’ve walked by their group meetings. Maybe someone in your dorm has been trying to get you to go to their meetings. Whatever your situation, you’ve probably run across the Campus Crusade for Christ at some point in your college career.
The 2007 Cal Poly Rose Float, titled “Arctic Antics,” will be viewed around the world via satellite TV on the morning of Jan. 1, 2007. The float will depict a group of penguins and polar bears ringing in the New Year with a luau, a scene that celebrates the Rose Parade theme of “In Our Good Nature.
The Academic Senate Executive Committee has officially proposed changing Cal Poly’s mission statement. The new mission statement was written after consultation between the administration, faculty and staff.
The new statement emphasizes Cal Poly’s polytechnic, hands-on approach to learning, as well as the importance of a well-rounded education and involvement in one’s community.
Cal Poly’s learn by doing philosophy really shouldn’t be in effect when you’re drinking at a party during the upcoming break. We all know that it is “unlawful for any person who is under the influence of any alcoholic beverage to drive a vehicle” in California.
Two left feet? Not to worry. No experience and no partner? They’ve got you covered. Cal Poly has its very own dance clubs with weekly lessons for folks just like you. The Cal Poly Swing Dance Club has two lessons every Sunday on campus for $1 each. Intermediate lessons are from 1 p.
Cal Poly’s University Jazz Bands are presenting the Cal Poly Fall Jazz Concert this Friday in the Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre.
“Two big bands and two combos will present “a fresh and spontaneous approach to jazz, America’s great original art form,” according to a press release.
The Cal Poly fencing club team finished fall quarter with multiple top rankings in the Cal Poly Turkey Tournament, a competition the Mustangs hosted Saturday.
“As a team, we took first in foil and sabre and second in epee,” team vice president Kyle Yamasaki said.
Just this summer, I wrote an opinion piece calling attention to society’s rampant abuse of the English language. The article examined some typical grammatical errors and then looked at how they could be corrected. Obviously, nobody heeded the article. To be fair, it was summer.
A nationally acclaimed local quilter will be giving a free lecture tonight in Chumash Auditorium.
Denise M. Campbell has quilts on national display and has been asked to display them at the Smithsonian. She is also Cal Poly’s associate vice president for student affairs.
Measure Y passed Tuesday night with 64.74 percent of the vote, meaning that the city of San Luis Obispo will now pay a half-cent more on sales taxes for the next eight years.
The measure finished with 7,738 votes supporting it and only 4,215 votes opposing it.
Voters will decide on the fate of Measure Y tomorrow, a piece of legislation proposing a half-cent sales tax increase for the city of San Luis Obispo.
The current sales tax throughout the county is 7.25 percent, the lowest sales tax allowed by the state. The proposed increase would bring the sales tax to 7.