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PAC performers hear the noise

The worst seat in the house at the Christopher Cohen Performing Arts Center (PAC) is onstage — but the PAC staff is trying to change that. The sound quality for the audience in the PAC is fantastic said David Arrivée,…

Cal Poly announces plans for destruction of Science and Math Building

Cal Poly will reveal later this month how the new Science and Mathematics Building demolition and construction will impact campus.“It’s going to disrupt this part of campus,” said Philip Bailey, dean of the College of Science and Mathematics. “It’ll be tough for two and a half years.”

Cal Poly’s concrete canoe wins at national competition

Cal Poly canoe, Amazona, takes first place in the 2010 National Concrete Canoe Competition. This year’s event was hosted by Cal Poly at Lopez Lake and was the first time a host team won the competition.

Dr. Sona K. Andrews visits campus

In the forum, Andrews briefly went over her academic priorities starting with “students come first.”

Cal Poly presidential candidate series: Carlo Montemagno

Cal Poly presidential candidate Carlo Montemagno is currently the dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Cincinnati.

Poly club places fifth in model airplane flying competition

Cal Poly’s Design Build Fly club traveled to Wichita, Kan. to face some stiff competition and came home with fifth place out of 69 teams.

Ponytail drive rounds up student support

Cal Poly students and community members came together in the University Union Plaza to give their hair for a good cause, Monday.

BLOG: Halo Reach beta lives up to name

It should be no surprise that when the Halo Reach beta opened that things didn’t work perfectly. Some players complained about three hour download times just to be met with servers that didn’t work.

ASI Board of Directors candidates: Part II

The College of Liberal Arts will be the most competitive race for the board of directors, with 12 candidates running for four positions to represent 2,587 students.

Alex Kaplan drops out of ASI race

Alex Kaplan has removed himself from the Associated Students Inc. presidential race. Sarah Storelli will now run unopposed.