Something special for mom

By Sarah Elkeaikati

Finding the perfect gift for your mom can be frustrating and
expensive. This Mother’s Day, take the time to be creative and give
her something she’ll really appreciate. For the struggling student,
here are the top three gifts she’s sure to love.

Framed Print Photos www.20×

A picture is worth a thousand words.

For an artistic gift this year, check out the beautiful prints
available on www.20×

From funny to abstract, there is something for every art

The Web site, a project by Jen Beckman, offers prints starting
at $20.

For an even more personal touch, find a favorite family photo
and have it enlarged and framed.

Get creative and opt for a sepia or black and white filter,
which will give any photograph an aged and classy look.

The Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch Collins

Dinner is always a great option on Mother’s Day, but hefty
holiday prices are less than student-friendly.

Instead, opt for an evening at Cal Poly’s own Restaurant at
Kellogg Ranch.

Starting at $24 per person, you and mommy dearest can enjoy a
four-course meal.

Choose from two different soups and salads, eight main course
options, seven side dish items and four decadent desserts.

Also try the college’s own Horsehill Vineyards wine.


Whether it’s an old sweater she gave you years ago, a concert
t-shirt, or your old baby clothes, sentimental pieces of fabric are
perfect for a memory quilt.

For $75, you can purchase an all-inclusive memory quilt set that
will give you all the tools necessary to craft your own cloth

For those of us not crafty with a needle and thread, the website
offers a service that can put the quilt together for you. offers many other unique gift ideas.

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