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Letter to the Editor: Cal Poly Corporation responds to Campus Dining complaints

Lorlie Leetham Interim Executive Director, Cal Poly Corporation Associate Vice President, Commercial Operations Campus Dining’s primary goal is to create a positive and enjoyable dining experience for Cal Poly students, and a lot of what we do is build upon student feedback. While we work hard to stay in tune with student tastes and preferences, [...]

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Senate meets to support observatory, proposition, research campus

The ASUC Senate passed bills supporting the preservation of Lick Observatory, a state proposition and a new research campus on Wednesday evening. Adopted with unanimous consent, the bills establish the ASUC’s support for the different issues and order executives to write up letters or public statements on behalf of the ASUC. In response to talks [...]

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FEC Vice Chair Conducts Conversation

The Emory School of Law hosted a public conversation with the Vice Chair of the Federal Elections Commission (FEC). The talk was titled “The Future of Elections and Democracy.” | By Benazir Wehelie /Copy Chief By Brandon Fuhr & Hannah Dunn-Grandpre Emory University School of Law hosted Vice Chairman of the Federal Elections Commission (FEC) Ann [...]

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In conversation: George R.R. Martin

George R.R. Martin was always interested in fantasy, dreaming of the world beyond the five blocks he walked to and from school each day in his childhood hometown of Bayonne, New Jersey. His first published work was released in 1971, just after he graduated college, marking an auspicious start to a successful career. In 1991, [...]

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Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino to suspend cancer treatment, book tour

Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and current co-director of the Initiative on Cities at Boston University, announced Thursday that he is suspending his cancer treatment and canceling the remainder of his book tour. Former Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, who has served as the co-director of Boston University’s Initiative on Cities since February, announced Thursday that [...]

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Forsyth Medical chosen as Ebola center

In Oct. 2014 Forsyth Medical Center was designated as one of two Ebola treatment centers in the Novant Health Stystem in North Carolina. They have also designated Presbyterian Hospital in Charlotte, N.C., and Prince William Medical Center in Virginia. If someone being treated within the Novant System in North Carolina is diagnosed with Ebola, they [...]

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Pita Power: Taumoepenu steps up his game

Defense has been the lynchpin of the 2014 season so far for the Utes. Utah is ranked 36th in the country in points against, allowing just over 21 points per game halfway through the season. More importantly than the amount of points they allow, they are coming up with timely stops that put the team [...]

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PHOTOS: Chance the Rapper kicks off Homecoming weekend

The Verge Campus tour brought Chance The Rapper  and special guests Sweater beats and Young & Sick UNC Charlotte’s Halton Arena on Wednesday night for the Homecoming 2014 Concert sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB). Photos by Ben Robson.

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Gameday: Watch these games at Side Bar

Compared to past weeks action, week nine of the college football season looks to be as boring as it can come on paper, with only two games featuring ranked opponents. The Pac-12 will provide the most excitement this week, as every game features an opponent with a legitimate shot to reach the conference championship game. [...]

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