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    Cal Poly Because Cal Poly has over ten thousand acres of landscape, “sustainability” is a fitting issue for Cal Poly faculty and students. This topic of “Sustainability” became a concern for Cal Poly when hundreds of environmental advocates gathered together in celebration of Earth Day 2004. At this event, Warren J. Baker welcomed the crowd and introduced his support for the Talloires Declaration. The Talloires Declaration, from 1990, is a statement that supports sustainability on university campuses

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    Architectural Study at Cal Poly Lost in the hills of Poly Canyon lies a land filled with bizarre structure built by past students that make up the architectural study area. This chunk of land is designated for architectural students to build their senior projects on. In the true Cal Poly spirit of learn by doing, students have been building inventive structures as senior projects. However, before 1963, most of these projects were torn down after completion. So the Dean of the college of

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    Seeing Through the Grey Mist of Cal Poly On an early Monday morning my sleepy classmates and I met at the gate to Poly Canyon. The thick marine layer circled around our group as our professor led us into the dense grey fog. A crisp breeze stung my bare cheeks sending a chill down my body. We walked past the Cerro Vista apartments, the last buildings of Cal Poly that I would see for two hours. A feeling of excitement ran through me as we began our walk down the service road and into the canyon

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    If you walk up Poly Canyon Road and take a left, crossing Brizzolara Creek, you will come to the agriculture portion of main campus. The abbotoir stands next to the bull pen and the creek. The bridge crosses a fish ladder to aid the salmon back up the creek to where they can spawn. If you continue walking you will come to a reservoir with pumps and machinery used by engineering students. On the other side of the reservoir, there is a small bird sanctuary and beyond are fields that are often full

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    Real, Live Milking Machines

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    playing Frisbee or catch, and off busy Highland Drive is the unpaved Mt. Bishop Road. Mt. Bishop Road is home to the crops unit, campus orchards, veterinary unit, and the Eugene and Rachel Boone Dairy Science Complex, more familiarly known as the Cal Poly Dairy. Walking through the dairy on a sunny Tuesday afternoon, I am greeted by fifteen or so calves chained to oversized dog houses called “hutches.” Petting them as they attempt to suck on my pants, I look up to see their mothers in the long cages

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    The Talloires Motivation

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    representing California Polytechnic State University, an action which he explained in a speech made on his college’s campus. The purpose of this speech was to reinforce the ideals of stewardship and sustainability in our area and indirectly support the Cal Poly Master Plan as an advocate of them in the community. These goals are in his best interest because if achieved they would rally support for Master Plan projects without resistance from parties uneducated to the ultimately beneficial aims of these

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    Case Study: Cal Poly

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    The name of this college is Cal Poly Pomona. Cal Poly Pomona is located at 3801 W Temple Ave, Pomona, Ca 91768. Cal Poly Pomona is 22.6 miles away from me. That takes 28 minutes to get there. Cal Poly Pomona is near L.A.... It is only 26 minutes away. The total enrollment in Cal Poly is 23,717 students per year. The average class size is 49 students. Cal Poly is 1,438 acres. One acre is 43,560 square feet. Cal Poly is set in a urban environment. Cal Poly is a Co-ed college. There are 10,623 females

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    classroom, we headed down Mt. Bishop Road, a dirt pathway on the north side of campus. When we reached the barns we were greeted by Leanne Berning, a dairy science professor at Cal Poly. She acted as our tour guide, showing us the baby calves and milking cows. Professor Berning also provided us with insight about the technology Cal Poly uses to produce a sufficient amount of milk. The black and white Holstein and light brown Jersey calves were the first stop on our tour. Rows of little hutches, each

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    Speeding and racing

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    speeding and racing. Besides, my life just barely got out of a hole and ready to get back on track. Unfortunately, an incident that had tilled my life until this day would never be able to fade away. During spring term when I was still attending at Cal Poly Pomona University, two weeks before the final; my friends and I, three of us went on a road trip to Sacramento to attend to my friend’s girlfriend high school graduation ceremony. We left on Friday night and returned home on Sunday morning. On the

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    Keep San Luis Obispo Unique When I began looking at colleges two years ago, I was attracted to Cal Poly in large part due to San Luis Obispo’s unique small town charm. The downtown area boasts distinctive shops and restaurants, a treat for any visitor. This is coupled with majestic mountains and lush agricultural land to create a stunning city contrasting in size and facade to other California cities such as San Francisco and Santa Maria. I recall mentioning to my future roommate over the

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