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JANUARY 17-23

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POLY CANYON VILLAGE

ISSUE THREE

Community Announcements

Thursday, January 21st 5pm in the Plaza Also take a fun personality test to learn your True Colors!

• Order your PCV t-shirt today! Orders can be placed at your front desk, with your CAs, or in the Plaza on Wednesday from 11am-4pm and Thursday from 1-4pm. For only $7 you can show your PCV pride and get a great American Apparel t-shirt! • Check out Student Health 101 – an online newsletter with great information on health issues related to YOU! Check your email for more information and take advantage of great information, articles, tips, and resources on all aspects of your health. • Spin bikes available in PCV for your use! Four bikes located in the Community Center and others throughout Poly Canyon. Talk to your CA about locations and sign out a spin DVD from the Aliso front desk. Happy spinning! • The SLO Independent Film Festival is returning to PCV Every Thursday at 8:30pm in the Community Center. This week, enjoy Free Lunch about starting your own business and entrepreneurship.

Late Night with ASI:

Environmental Tip of the Week

Stop by for a refreshing beverage on Tuesday, January 19th from 4-6:30pm in the Plaza

Interview Etiquette Come practice your skills! Tuesday, Jan. 19th at 7:30pm in the Conference Room

Job
Fair January 20th & 21st Meet at 11am on Wednesday, January 20th in the Plaza

Ice Cream

Improv Show! January 22nd in Chumash Meet at 8pm in the Plaza for snacks and drinks

Want to learn more about sustainability on campus? Topics include Sustainable events, green initiatives, local organic foods and sustainability classes. Drop by an Empower Poly Coalition meeting to learn more. Meetings are every Tuesday at 6pm in Engineering IV Building 182, Room 242.

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Talk to your neighbors, friends, and CA to see if anyone your or they know is taking, or has taken your classes. You can also sign up for a study group at the Aliso front desk for the following classes: PHYS 132 & 394; ME 211 & 212; MATH 244; ARCE 212; CHEM 124, 125 & 128; ENGL 149 and PHIL 231.

Yoga Mondays 8:30pm Aliso Rec Center

Athletic Aerobics Wednesdays 7:30pm Aliso Rec Center

Cardio Dance Saturdays 11:30am Aliso Rec Center

Cooking in the Canyon Tuesdays 7:30pm Aliso Conference Room This Week: Hummus!


Cooking in the Canyon Weekly Recipe Pho

(Vietnamese
Soup) Ingredients: • • • • • • • •

Beef Broth 1 small onion, chopped 1 2-inch stick ginger 2 pounds beef bones 12 cups water 6 star anise 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon sugar

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1 pound lean, tender beef Noodles: 1 16-ounce package dry, flat rice noodles (pho) Garnish:  3 scallions, thinly sliced 1 large onion, thinly sliced 10 cilantro sprigs, finely chopped

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1 cup bean sprouts 10 sprigs basil  10 sprigs fresh culantro (ngo gai)  fresh red or green chile pepper, thinly sliced Optional: lime or lemon quarters, fish, hoisin or hot chile sauce

Directions: Broil onion and ginger until they look burned. Using back of cleaver, smash the ginger and set aside. Wash beef bones, place in a large soup pot and add water to cover. Bring to a boil and immediately pour off this "first boiling" water and discard. Add another 12 cups of fresh water and again bring to a boil. Skim off foam. Add the broiled onion and ginger, star anise, salt and sugar. Over medium-low heat, simmer for 30 minutes.  Slice raw beef into thin strips and set aside. Remove bones from broth and strain out vegetables and seasonings.  Soak noodles in cold water for 10 minutes. Drain. In a soup pot bring two quarts fresh water to a boil. Add drained noodles and cook seven minutes at a rolling boil, stirring occasionally until noodles are tender. Rinse noodles under cold running water and set aside. Return the broth to a boil over high heat. To serve: Divide noodles among 4 to 6 large individual serving bowls. Arrange thinly sliced raw beef, scallions, onion, and cilantro on top. Pour boiling hot broth to cover noodles and serve immediately. The boiling broth will cook the thin slices of beef. Pho is always accompanied by bean sprouts, basil leaves, culantro and chile pepper. Serve with lime and lemon quarters, fish sauce, hoisin sauce and hot chile sauce. Serves 4 to 6.

THEME WEEK: career exploration Hey everyone! This week is Career Exploration Week, and we have a bunch of things planned to help you explore your options. Check out the events planned and use these links for help in getting your career going! http://www.careerservices.calpoly.edu/students/job_search/crc.htm http://www.careerservices.calpoly.edu/students/job_fairs/workshops.htm


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