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EE grading guideline disappears

A controversial grading policy was voted down in the electrical engineering department during spring quarter.

Cal Poly students start fitness business

A Cal Poly couple open Sleeping Tiger Fitness, a physical fitness business that also offers martial arts training.

BLOG: Non-partisan group a good example

When I covered a talk by Adam Kissel of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education put on by the Cal Poly College Republicans, I’ll admit that I went in with preconceived ideas. But I found myself pleasantly surprised.

International Film Festival to take over downtown Friday

The 16th annual International San Luis Obispo Film Festival begins on Friday with ten days of movies, wines and workshops.

BLOG: Oscar was mediocre, why?

The Oscars received average reviews across the board this year, despite many changes. But no one could agree as to why.

BLOG: A different kind of class

There’s more to being a Mustang Daily reporter than a person might think.

Soloists and Symphony to play on Sunday

The Cal Poly Symphony’s winter concert features solo performances from students. The event starts at 3 p.m. on Sunday in the PAC.

Basketball player brings raw talent to Mustangs

Junior Will Taylor only started playing basketball his sophomore year of high school but adds a tenacious, malleable work ethic to the Mustang men’s basketball team.

BLOG: Learning, in any situation

Learning from every experience, whether good or bad, helps this writer cope with issues in their life.

Individual rights activist speaks at Cal Poly

Adam Kissel of FIRE, an individual rights protection organization, spoke on campus about the rights that students have across the nation.

H1N1 vaccines offered free in SLO area

Seven locations in the San Luis Obispo area will offer free H1N1 vaccines with no appointment necessary.