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Loverspeak sheds light on funny, serious and sensual Valentine’s Day themes

With Valentine’s Day approaching, Cal Poly’s literary magazine Byzantium hosted its annual fundraiser, Loverspeak, a poetry night dedicated to the four-letter word: love. It was an emotional night of laughter and thought-provoking words. English graduate student David Llamas: “Amazon Review.” A hilarious, literal reading of an Amazon Review. English senior Bailey Satterfield: “Greatest Fear.” An intense look at […]

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Creative writing contest winners ‘are advanced users of our tongue’

Allison Montroy The ancient Greek city of Byzantium was a hub of flourishing culture and literature, from poetry to song, that kept the art of creativity alive through the dark Middle Ages. So it’s only fitting that Cal Poly’s annual literary magazine, titled “Byzantium,” showcases what English professor Kevin Clark calls “an expert use […]

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Those who teach, write: Cal Poly professors as authors

Kassi Luja The fluctuating prices of courseware are a common concern among college students. The University Store (formerly El Corral Bookstore) sells books ranging from $1.25 used and $1.50 new to a textbook package that comes with books and workbooks costing more than $400. The University Store website provides students with the ability to look up […]