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Open your ears — on May 11 at 6 p.m., The Anthem, a national poetry slam competition, will be at Cal Poly. “Spoken word has this amazing ability to make it so that everyone in the room is feeling the same thing at the same time,” slam poet Tatyana Brown said.
What are the options for general education classes at Cal Poly? As it turns out, there is an increasing number of students who are taking classes online and at other institutions.
Brace yourselves (and your pint glasses), because next week is the one and only American Craft Beer Week. Craft beer lovers from all over will gather to enjoy the splendor that is craft beer. Bottoms up!
Jim Hayes, a journalism professor who taught at Cal Poly for 24 years and was the journalism department chair for two years, was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer. Former students and colleagues remember his impact on their lives and on Cal Poly.
5. Hoo’s turn
Senior catcher Chris Hoo, Cal Poly baseball’s standout player on both defense and offense, tells his story.