Monthly Archives: February 2012

Paying it forward

It’s the end of February and (I know probably everyone has said this, but it needs to be said once... Read More »


What is an advisory vote?

As a part of the rapidly approaching Student Success Fee vote, the advisory vote will distinguish what the next step... Read More »

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Israeli scholar’s lecture raises issues of free speech

Chumash Auditorium was nearly full. Many of those waiting were simply students hoping to pick up a few extra credit... Read More »

"The peace process is never going to work. You cannot bring peace between the occupier and the occupied. You need reconciliation," Ilan Pappé said Wednesday of the peace process between Israelis and Palestinians. Pappé gave a lecture at Cal Poly which focused on the effects of the Arap Spring uprisings in the region.

History repeats itself as fee proposal comes to students

  Less than three years after voting to increase College Based Fees, Cal Poly students will once again be asked... Read More »

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Club rugby snaps Cal’s 63-game win streak

The Cal Poly club rugby team defeated the defending national champion and broke Cal’s 63-game winning streak as senior Matthew... Read More »

"(Rugby is) a very physical game with a lot of ball skills," men's rugby head coach David Burnett said. "It's very fast-paced, just imagine a continuous football game." the squad placed eighth in the first USA Sevens Rugby championships in December.

‘Better to tread water than to drown’

We were there for the first forum, the one with only one student in the audience as well as one... Read More »

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Middle class scholarships to help decrease CA tuition

  California State Assembly speaker John Perez introduced legislation which would cut the rising price of attending public college in... Read More »

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SLO Five-0 2/20-2/26

  Monday, Feb. 20 4:18 a.m. A commercial burglary occurred on the 200 block of Elks Lane. 11:01 a.m. An... Read More »

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Sorority grants wishes with annual casino night

Cal Poly’s Chi Omega sorority hosted its fourth annual Chi O Casino Saturday night. The Vegas-style casino event aims to... Read More »

"It's really exciting because we get to meet the kids. It's exciting to (see) where the money is going," communication studies junior Robin Sweeney said. -Nah Ha/Mustang Daily

Demystifying the Money: Health Services and Health Facilities fees

This is the fifth and final installment in our Demystifying the Money series, which breaks down Cal Poly student tuition... Read More »

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