Football team preps for season

The Cal Poly 2009-2010 football season brings change: a new head coach and staff, returning players stepping up to leadership roles and a different defensive strategy. But one thing hasn’t changed: the winning attitude.

Summer parking should be free

Let’s be honest, Cal Poly is a ghost town during the summer. Students shouldn’t have to spend $115 on a parking pass when the parking lots are empty during summer.

UCI, Cal, UCSB mark 2009 men’s soccer schedule

The Cal Poly men’s soccer team released its 2009 schedule. The Mustangs will officially kick off their season hosting UNLV at 7 p.m. on Sept. 1.

Budget Beat

The chancellor’s office announced that spring admission will be closed on all CSU campuses in an effort to reduce the budget deficit. The California Faculty Association started voting on whether or not to approve furloughs Monday.

Fullerton earns preseason All-American honor

Cal Poly senior safety David Fullerton was named to the 2009 Sports Network Preseason Football Championship Subdivision All-American Third Team on Tuesday.

Trustees look for solution to budget deficit

Students may see up to a 20 percent fee increase and faculty may see a 10 percent pay cut as a result of the $584 million budget deficit facing the California State University.

Students struggle to find summer jobs in SLO

Cal Poly students can benefit from Career Services’ advice on how to find a summer job, internship, or volunteer and add to a resume.

A year in review: Looking back at the year’s top headlines

At the end of the year we look back at the year’s top news stories. Full of controversy and history the top headlines have kept us reading. With presidential elections, college based fees, losses and arrests the year

America’s past time becomes club team at Cal Poly

Cal Poly will welcome America’s favorite pastime to its arsenal of club sports in the coming school year. The baseball club team, which will be hosting tryouts all fall quarter, got approved by Cal Poly Sport Club Council two weeks ago.

Lee readies for chance at big leagues

If you asked Cal Poly’s head coach Larry Lee, Ryan Lee has done everything in his power this season to move himself into a position to be drafted. As a leadoff hitter, Ryan Lee had on base percentage of .401 and broke the s Division I record for consecutive games with a hit with 26.

Callero rolls up his sleeves and prepares for work

Joe Callero takes the reins of a program that has gone 19-39 over the past two seasons under previous coach Kevin Bromley. “Joe has experience building programs in an academic environment similar to Cal Poly’s.”