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Diamonds were gift to campus

Though Cal Poly is known for its agriculture production and fields of fresh fruits and vegetables, there are fields on campus that can sometimes be forgotten – the sports fields. While strawberries are nice, they pale in comparison to the feeling of watching a ball game, peanuts in hand, cheering for the home team.

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Fewer Poly graduates than last year

As spring quarter comes to a close, thoughts of graduation fill the minds of eager seniors ready to complete their time at Cal Poly. What may not come to mind, however, is how they stack up against graduates of the past, and students of the future.

This spring there will be 2,635 students earning their degrees at Cal Poly, while the 2007-08 combined graduate totals for all quarters amount to 3,706.

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Blalock, Wong to compete nationally

Cal Poly women’s tennis will experience a first Thursday when sophomores Brittany Blalock and Steffi Wong begin doubles competition at the NCAA Championships in Tulsa, Okla. Blalock and Wong will take on Texas’ Marija Milic and Vanja Corovic, slotted No. 23 in the latest Intercollegiate Tennis Association rankings.

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ASI hosts event of mayhem

The phrase “May Mayhem” can finally stand for more than a flurry of midterms and a rush to complete the quarter minus a mental breakdown.

Now, thanks to Associated Students Inc., students fed up with classes can enjoy a whole new kind of hysteria in the University Union tonight from 8 p.

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Have a swingin' good time

Those looking to jump and jive this weekend are in luck, as the third annual San Luis Obispo Lindy Exchange will take place in various locations around town for the enjoyment of students and community members alike.

Beginning Friday, the Cal Poly Swing Dance Club and the SLO swing dancing community will host dancing events, competitions and games for both dance-savvy and novice movers.

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Graduating seniors, help is on the way

As the end of spring quarter approaches, graduating students often have more on their minds than buying caps and gowns and passing their final few classes. Preparing for the real world becomes a top priority, and completing school gives rise to the question, “I’m done . now what?!?”

For those who don’t yet have a six-figure deal with a multimillion dollar corporation lined up, guidance is out there and it takes the form of a book.



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