Cal Poly and Yale square off for first time in history

After snapping a two-game losing streak with a come-from-behind victory against Portland State last week, the Cal Poly football team will return home Saturday afternoon to host Yale in the last non-conference matchup of the 2013 season.

Louder Space: Louder than ever, two years later

Louder Space — an alternative-rock band created by four Cal Poly students — is about to celebrate its second birthday. In honor of its two-year anniversary, the band is headlining an all-ages concert at SLO Brewing Co. on Oct. 5 — exactly two years after the band’s formation.

Blue Scholars get personal with Cal Poly

MC Geologic and DJ Sabzi hopped over the half wall and onto the stage to face a small but excited audience, setting the casual, chill atmosphere for the whole night.

CSU Chancellor White aims to increase student enrollment

Fresh out of a Board of Trustees meeting where Gov. Jerry Brown warned the California State University system against dwelling on increasing the number of students it enrolls, CSU Chancellor Timothy White did exactly that Friday at a press conference for student media.

Cal Poly football seeks consistency at Portland State

Head coach Tim Walsh must have one heck of a halftime speech. Through three games this season, the Cal Poly football team (1-2) has played well, but only half the time.

Jimmy Eat World rocks the stage

Twenty years of music in two hours. Sound impossible? Not for the veteran musicians of Jimmy Eat World. Band members Jim Adkins, Tom Linton, Zach Lind and Rick Burch were up for the challenge and delivered on some of their biggest hits at SLO Brewing Co. this past Tuesday night.

They’re here: Largest freshman class hits Cal Poly

Cal Poly recently welcomed the largest freshman class in university history, sparking changes affecting agencies across campus.

American Summer

The house did not belong to them, but the dream was all their own.

HBSA fashion show means business

Students strutted down the catwalk sporting blazers, appropriately sized high heels and ties in Chumash Auditorium this past Friday to raise money for a scholarship for a future Hispanic Business Student Association (HBSA) member.

Shwayze to w(rap) up spring quarter with UU concert

Rapper Shwayze will get the University Union (UU) Plaza “Buzzin’” when he performs a free concert on Friday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Gone fishing: Students tackle Forbes’ No. 1 deadliest job

If political science senior Connor Smith was asked to define who he was, he would say an Alaskan fisherman.