Top 5 don'ts of sex

Daniel Gingras I awoke in the middle of the night, wrenched in terror, the vision of Talk Sex’s Sue Johansson still burnt in my mind. She was flailing a menacing dildo at me and prophesizing the epic sexual impact that…

Rancer's Recipes 10-27-05

Emily Rancer Since Halloween’s almost here, store shelves are piled with cheap candy. So dammit, go for that bag of Reese’s miniature cups because you can use them to make, as one of my friends said, a “f*ckin’ delicious” dessert.…

Completely whorified

Emily Rancer As my roommate Julie leapt for her FedEx package, she squealed, “Ooh, it must be my Halloween costume!” After ordering it online the week before, she told me it was a cute sailor’s outfit. From her description, it…

Los Angeles Times stirs up the pot

New topic already, jeees. Hmm … politics, religion, SLO repression? As catchy as those topics are they have been done before. Let’s try a new topic and see how it goes. The Los Angeles Times a few weeks ago reported…

Student fees and the future of higher education

Tyler Middlestadt At the crossroads between reality and ideology, the intersection between vision and ability, and the boiling point between satisfaction and outrage, student fees exist as a necessary source of revenue and an inevitable source of contention within the…

Frankly Speaking 10-26-05

Frank Stranzl Well, last weekend sucked, to put it frankly. The football team should have won, the volleyball team could have won and the men’s soccer team has not won (a Big West Conference game). The lone bright spot is…

Modesty is the best showoff

The CPSalsa posters are inappropriate, and for the exact opposite reasons that many of the recent letters to the Mustang Daily have ridiculed. The human body is a beautiful thing. It is something that is to be kept healthy and…

Discriminating the American way

Jack Ingram It is a good thing that discrimination doesn’t exist. When I heard the other day that Gov. Schwarzenegger recently vetoed the Religious Freedom & Civil Marriage Protection Act (a.k.a. A.B. 849), thus denying homosexuals the same rights as…

A brave new movement

In the wake of bad publicity that followed the Cal Poly Salsa Club fliers that sadly ended in a censorship issue … (hey, I’m not at all suggesting that we emulate Berkeley or anything, but what about the First Amendment?…

Remembering Gene Lenz

I would really like to thank Tonya Strickland for writing a wonderful article in memory of Gene Lenz, former Cal Poly swimmer and Olympian. I have known Gene for the last four years and I felt honored to have met…

Where are our armed prophets?

Khaled Hal Saad Eighty-eight years ago to the day marks the height of the Russian Revolution and the beginning of a long slog to Russian superpower status. Often ignored, was the raw intellectual and tireless contributions of one of Russia’s…