Blue-green rivalry: Cal Poly vs. UCSB

The Cal Poly men’s soccer team will take on rival UC Santa Barbara Gauchos Wednesday night, not only for bragging rights, but for a chance to host a conference playoff game.

Swine flu vaccine is here

The Health Center will be administering the H1N1 vaccine starting Tuesday Nov.3 through Thursday Nov.5 from one to 4 p.m.

Poly students build satellite

On Oct. 30, satellites designed by about 25 Cal Poly engineering students in the CubeSat lab will be launched out of Wallops Island, Va., at the NASA Wallops Flight Facility.

Cal Poly rings Dixie’s bell

The Mustangs (4-3, Great West Conference) were able to lay Dixie State (4-5) to rest 44-14 Saturday night, but Walsh wasn’t focused on the 297 total yards and four touchdowns that the offense pieced together in its highest-scoring showcase this season.

Cal Poly still on top of the Big West

Cal Poly men’s soccer is still tied for first place in the Big West Conference after a win Saturday over Cal State Northridge. Both teams got off to a slow start with a scoreless first half.

Autumn takes center stage at Cal Poly Choirs fall debut

Titled the “Sounds of Fall,” Cal Poly Choirs will take to the Performing Arts Center to perform various selections for their annual concert on Oct. 24.

Dairy cows staying a bit longer

Cal Poly administrators announced yesterday in a press release that the planned reduction to the university’s dairy herd would be put on hold.

Students join faculty to protest university’s financial problems

“What Will You Do to Save Cal Poly?” asked the green and gold signs waving in the warm fall breeze at the Save Cal Poly rally yesterday morning.

Woman soccer player multi-talented

Bria Park was more nervous Thursday night than at any other time during the women’s soccer season, but she wasn’t worried about the game.

Entrepreneurship club turns ideas into reality

To add to the laundry list of successful businesses founded by Cal Poly graduates, the Cal Poly Entrepreneurship Club invites students from different colleges to learn about the fundamentals of starting a business.

Women’s tennis set on first for Big West Conference

This season, members of the Cal Poly women’s tennis team think that they have their best shot in six years at taking first place at the Big West Conference.