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CultureFest 2015: Uniting Cal Poly’s diverse community with food, music and performances

If one thing could bring students together this weekend, other than the Blue-Green Rivalry game, it was CultureFest. The Rio de Janeiro Carnival-themed festival, put on by the Cross Cultural Centers, showcased a variety of student talent through arts and crafts, fresh food and drinks, dance routines and musical performances. The day would go long, […]

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Philanthropy 101: Cal Poly Greek Life gives back

Alexandria Scott alexandriascott.md@gmail.com Philanthropy was the word of the day this past Thursday, as Interfraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic (PHA) and United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC) fraternities and sororities gathered in the University Union to raise awareness for charities. The organizations showcased each of their respective philanthropies to show being greek is more than any stigmas. USFC philanthropy vice president and political […]

Posted inArts

Poly experiences Colombian perspective

Most commonly associated with drug cartels, native Colombians want people to know the passion for life, food and music often overlooked. In a panel discussion Thursday night at Lambda Theta Alpha’s “A Night in Colombia” event, Oscar Daza reminisced about the passion for life and food the people of Colombia have in his home country.



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