Women’s soccer finds positives after tournament elimination

After scoring the first goal of the game, the team eventually fell to a nail-biting series of penalty kicks. Despite the dissatisfying loss, the girls regrouped and appreciated their hard work exerted on the field.

The student’s guide to LGBT lingo

With trends constantly changing, LGBT has become an outdated acronym, and it can be difficult to keep up-to-date on the terms used.

From the dorms: What’s the word on drug-sniffing dogs?

Cal Poly police have worked with University Housing to bring drug-sniffing dogs into the hallways outside students’ rooms, and they are planning to increase the dogs’ usage this year.

Cross-country newcomers balance competition with passion

“We put all that effort into workouts, which is fun. But ultimately we train to race, and the feeling of accomplishment afterwards is pretty addicting.”

Where to get art supplies in SLO

Though Beverly’s on Higuera Street is notorious for its low prices on quality fabrics, its art selection should not go unnoticed. From art sets to brushes to paints, Beverly’s has the necessities, but not nearly as extensive a selection as Art Central.

Volleyball in recovery after loss against UCSB

“It was a hard match for us to generate kills and to score points from our side of the net,” head coach Sam Crosson said. “Usually in volleyball, the team that hits for higher efficiency will win more times then not.”

Cal Poly to reexamine electrical systems after dorm fire displaces 3

Rademacher said he “was pretty lucky” in terms of what he lost. Right now, he knows that his bed, mattress, pillows and a pair of jeans have been damaged, but he isn’t sure what the dollar total for those will be.

Colombini: College Republicans’ plan to restrict membership ‘makes sense’

The ban on closed membership is a California State University policy, but Cal Poly Republicans is advocating for exemptions for certain organizations. The ASI Board of Directors can pass a resolution in favor of having closed membership, but there is no plan to do so, Colombini said.

UCSB dean’s ‘stay away’ message might have been too little, too late

“Everyone already knows what they’re going to do — an ad’s not going to convince them.”

Freshmen introduced to Blue-Green Rivalry

“The atmosphere was excellent, just excellent,” food science freshman John Vollmer said. “It was exactly what I wanted to see in a sporting event live and exactly how the college soccer culture should be.”