Word on the Street: Students decide to protest, or not show

Cal Poly students were asked if they would march during the “Rally in support of Public Education” on March 4, or continue to not show up as usual.

BLOG: Lent: What to give up for now

Ash Wednesday started for me at 10 a.m. when I received a friendly reminder from my mother not to eat meat and have my neighborhood priest slap some ashes made from burned palms on my forehead. Now the last time…

BLOG: Amateur radio club’s hidden lair

The Cal Poly Amateur Radio Club is well-hidden behind a wooden wall behind the Engineering East building. Behind the wall, the club utilizes a high frequency antenna tower which can extend up to 80-feet in the air.

BLOG: Happy 20th Photoshop!

Adobe’s popular program is celebrating its twentieth anniversary.

BLOG: H1N1 tips

We all know you should wash your hands, keep your hands off your face and take your vitamins but what else should we do to fight off H1N1?

UPDATE: Missing student’s bike found

San Luis Obispo Police Department has found when they think is Charles Tamae bike.

BLOG: Retired aerospace engineer gives evolution lecture

Lecture on Darwin’s evolutionary theory given from a fresh, curious perspective.

BLOG: CSU decisions more complicated than they appear

Daily reporter discovers that CSU and administrative decisions are more intricate than at first glance.

BLOG: Is GPA important?

Is GPA the most important thing, or are other factors taken into consideration that possibly outweigh that number? I’m sure I’m not the only one concerned about GPA, but not to fear, it isn’t the only aspect reviewed by admissions staff.

BLOG: Emergency Alert System isn’t used

Although an e-mail was sent out, questions were raised as to why the Cal Poly Emergency Notification System was not used to notify students of the crime sooner.

BLOG: Travel season could mean spike in illnesses

With the travel season upon us, millions of people will be traveling to spend time with friends and family. During high travel times, such as Thanksgiving and Christmas, modes of transportation, such as buses and airplanes, will be crawling not…