ASI biweekly meeting update

Associated Students Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors met April 8 for its biweekly meeting in the University Union (UU) room 220. It was called to order at 5:10 and went until 6:43 p.m. Among the topics discussed, five of the…

‘Another Stoney Evening’ at the PAC with Crosby and Nash

The Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center isn’t the type of venue that David Crosby and Graham Nash performed at early in their music careers. But as the shoeless Graham Nash stood beside a long — fairly gray — haired David Crosby last night, fans were taken back to the nostalgic years of the ‘70s.

Spring Break by The Numbers

What Cal Poly students, staff and faculty will be doing from March 21-28, 2011.

Wrangling rowdy roommates

The troublesome times of bad roommates in college, and ways to deal with them.

AD search: Oberhelman visits Cal Poly

Cal Poly athletics director candidate Don Oberhelman held a 30-minute open form in the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center lobby yesterday.

Chef shares kitchen secrets at SLO Botanical Garden

From the best way to get the smell of freshly-cut garlic off your hands to knife skills to food lore such as the food served at the Last Supper, local chef Brenda Hock knows it all.

Recreation Center closing until January 2012

The Cal Poly Recreation Center will be closed for approximately seven months starting in June, said executive director of Associated Students Inc. (ASI) Rick Johnson at the ASI Board of Directors meeting on Feb. 23. The current University Union (UU)…

Women’s tennis thrives in the face of inexperience

Ten matches into the season, the Cal Poly women’s tennis team has a winning record (7-3) and are nationally ranked at No. 66 — only dropping two spots since the season opener.

Musical-comedy ‘Falsettos’ portrays controversial issues

“Falsettos,” a story about life, love and sex will take the stage in the Alex and Fay Spanos Theatre for its opening show tonight. The Tony Award-winning musical comedy is put on by the theatre and dance department and by…

Cahn has racked up K’s since grade school

Cal Poly pitching sensation Anna Cahn takes the mound. She is a force to be reckoned with. This has been true since she started playing travel softball at age 11 in her home town of Los Alamitos, Calif. From the…

KCPR riding airwaves to college radio competition

Cal Poly’s student-run radio station, KCPR, is one of the top 10 final nominees for the mtvU 2011 College Radio Woodie, as announced on Feb. 15. First place will be awarded at the sixth annual mtvU Woodie Awards March 16.