Nicolas Tuttle is the vice president and co-founder of Swings for Dreams, a nonprofit that was inducted into the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation's 2014 SLO HotHouse Accelerator Program. | Dylan Sun/Mustang News

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Learn by doing your best to check out these top five stories.

1. Standoff shuts down Stenner

A two-hour standoff on Wednesday finally ceased when police officers arrested Austin Ross, who barricaded himself in a house near campus after the authorities arrived with an arrest warrant for vehicle theft, firearm theft and evading arrest.

2. Study reveals students’ drinking and driving habits

As it turns out, the numbers show students are more likely to ride in a car with an intoxicated driver than to drive drunk themselves.

3. Student startups accelerate to new beginnings

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) welcomes a nonprofit for the first time to the SLO HotHouse Accelerator Program.

4. Bloomquist’s evolution leads Cal Poly on the mound

Right-handed sophomore Casey Bloomquist takes the mound with a stride of pride, as he successfully helped achieve the Cal Poly baseball team’s 12-1 record.

5. Smejkal spreads a ‘Positive Vibe’ throughout SLO

Positive Vibe is a San Luis Obispo-based events promotion company started by Cal Poly graphic communication senior Eric Smejkal and then-Cuesta student Ryan Parra.

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