Cal Poly’s fitness phenomenon

We should strive to dismantle the fat and skinny dichotomy; doing so is the best way to remedy our narrow perception of the “normal” college student.

Excessive exercise: Treading the line between a healthy habit and a problem

Whether it be hiking Bishop Peak or participating in a workout class at the Recreation Center, Cal Poly provides plenty of ways to stay fit. In fact, that’s one of the main features that sets this community apart. At what point, however, does the goal to become fit go from being healthy to obsessive?

Photos: Steve Aoki (c)akes on the Rec

Electro house musician Steve Aoki took the stage inside a packed Rec Center this past Friday night.

Campus improves sustainability

With 9,678 acres of land, 5.8 million square feet of buildings and a population of more than 20,000, Cal Poly is practically its own small city. And, like any city in today’s changing world, going green is the key to continued growth.

Sweat, Red Bull and making a difference: Q&A with Awolnation’s Aaron Bruno

Awolnation frontman Aaron Bruno’s grungy, unkempt blond hair — parted perfectly down his scalp — and shiny black shoes with blue-and-white checkered socks matched perfectly with his wide, blue eyes, almost said it all as he took the Recreation Center stage Thursday.