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Facebook's Paper brings news to students

My Facebook newsfeed is a bit of a mess.

Opinion: Cheerleaders deserve priority registration

As a member of the Cal Poly Cheer and Stunt team, I speak on behalf of each and every one of my teammates when I say that we deserve priority registration.

Epperson eyes road ahead to raise College of Liberal Arts tuition

Epperson and other proponents will have to work to gain student support to get the proposal passed within the next three months.

From afar, Cal Poly Filipinos feel typhoon’s effects

Cultural clubs on campus have been teaming up together to raise awareness and funds for this disaster. PCE club president Calvin Choy and co-coordinator Serena Brown have set up a webpage that allows people to donate online.

From the dorms: What’s the word on drug-sniffing dogs?

Cal Poly police have worked with University Housing to bring drug-sniffing dogs into the hallways outside students’ rooms, and they are planning to increase the dogs’ usage this year.

Colombini: College Republicans’ plan to restrict membership ‘makes sense’

The ban on closed membership is a California State University policy, but Cal Poly Republicans is advocating for exemptions for certain organizations. The ASI Board of Directors can pass a resolution in favor of having closed membership, but there is no plan to do so, Colombini said.

Measuring success for ASI Events

The current programs funded by ASI are the Children’s Center, club services, student government, Poly Escapes and ASI Events.

Beyond deferred rush: Universities take different routes for greek life risk management

Some proponents of deferred rush argue that alcohol problems are less likely to occur if rush is pushed back for freshmen.