Mustang News anchor Allison Edmonds recaps some of Cal Poly’s fall sports for the last Poly Playbook of 2014.
From romantic dinners to camping with friends, Cal Poly students share with Mustang News what they have planned for Valentine’s day.
The digital age has ushered in more finger-to-phone typing than face-to-face talking. This not only changes the way people interact with each other, but it is shaking the grounds of how dating works today.
I have yet to meet a college student who doesn’t have some form of a to-do list — especially females.
Kelly Trom firstname.lastname@example.org Pastrami sandwiches, ugly cats, MTV, innocent crushes — you name it. Any topic you have a love for was fair game at Loverspeak — the annual fundraising for Cal Poly literary annual “Byzantium” — on Tuesday night. Students and faculty shared…
Summer love is an enticing thought to fill in lonely days. The choice to turn to Craigslist or find someone in person is a decision that needs to be made.
La Boheme, the popular romantic opera by Puccini, will be performed at the Performing Arts Center on April 9 at 7:30 p.m. and April 11 at 2 p.m. The performance will be put on by Opera San Luis and ticket prices range from $25-$65 with discounts for students, children and large groups of 10 or more people.
“The History of Love” is an ambitious title. It promises to be all-encompassing, thoughtful, wise, charming, inquisitive, comforting and not to be trite, insignificant, dishonest or insincere.