Montana de Oro: a place of beauty and usually void of trash. On Monday, it seemed as though a new landfill was being planned near cable landing. Trash everywhere, water bottles, broken sleds and Cal Poly ASI Frisbees. It seemed certain that whoever was behind this trash heap would never be held accountable.

But oh wait, up on the hill – it’s a bird, it’s a plane, no, it’s Gamma Phi Beta deeply etched into the hillside with a hoe, conviently left behind as well. How considerate. We would just like to thank them for setting a great example as how to show no respect for your surrounding environment. We hiked a few bags of trash out, in case you want it back, just let us know. The Frisbees are still in working order.

John Burns
Biology senior
Morgan Partridge
Recreation administration senior

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