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January 25, 2014 6:00 PM

Cal Poly's traditional 'Learn by Doing' motto far superior to trite 'Mustang Way'

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong has been working a new catchphrase into his public comments. Overshadowing the university's time-honored "Learn by Doing" motto, Armstrong's "Mustang Way" is just a tired sports cliche.

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