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Police, academic calendar to challenge Cesar Chavez Day party

Sean McMinn Thousands of students came to Shell Beach in 2012 for the cultural holiday turned beach-binge-drinking bonanza known as Cesar Chavez Day. The party left behind enough trash to fill nine Ford pickup trucks and resulted in three arrests and two hospitalizations, according to The San Luis Obispo Tribune. But changes in the holiday’s […]

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Coach suspended after alleged assault

Cal Poly’s football program will make do with one less coach this season. First-year defensive backs coach Randy Hanson was arrested Saturday on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon and consequently suspended indefinitely from his coaching position, as announced by athletic director Don Oberhelman. “(Hanson) has been suspended from the university as we gather […]

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The Butterfly Effect

Okay, so I love college. I really do. But at a time like this when we’ve all had a couple weeks of no classes, midterms, finals or waking up excruciatingly early — some of us might not exactly be jumping up and down about everything that comes with another quarter of school. So for my […]