BLOG: AB 656 more complicated than at first glance

Reporter uncovers complexity of issues while researching AB 656.

BLOG: Callero’s elementary lesson

Callero encourages the players to slap hands with each other after a free throw, when leaving or entering the court or to say ‘good game.’

BLOG: Best kept secret of registration

Wouldn’t this process be easier if you knew which classes would be offered each quarter for the whole year? Yes.

BLOG: Reconsider safety as crime rates soar

Crime rates, made available by the University Police Department, show a large increase from 2007 to 2008. How will 2009 add up? Do you feel safe in San Luis Obispo?

BLOG: Family of Champions

Through blogging, the Champion family remembers Cal Poly sophomore who died from cancer in August.

BLOG: Student lawsuit against CSU

Requiring the CSU to reverse the fee increase would cause Cal Poly to reduce its operating budget by $18 million instead of $10 million.

BLOG: Swine flu. Are we justified in our fear or overreacting?

We’ve reported on how the Cal Poly health center is preparing for the swine flu and coverage about it has been dominating the news. What I really want to know is: Are you freaking out?

BLOG: Study links heavy consumption of beer and spirits with cancer

Researchers found statistically significant relationships between heavy consumption of beer and spirits and six different cancers.

BLOG: Spare your piggy bank, save money in SLO

Cal Poly estimated that for the 2009/2010 school year an undergraduates living on or off campus would spend $21,249. Here are some tips on how you can save money.

BLOG: Americans have flawed perception of health

Many Americans have an inaccurate perception of their health, considering themselves to be at a healthy weight when they’re not and denying that being obese or overweight is a health problem.

BLOG: Business and economic students limited to one concentration

Business and economics students will no longer be able to declare more than one concentration due to budget cuts.