Mustang News Now: 1-Minute update

Mustang News anchor Leah Horner has the headlines you need to know going into this week.

Chumash Auditorium hosts live feed of UCSB memorial

Cal Poly stood in solidarity with UCSB via a live feed of the memorial, presented at Chumash Auditorium.

The Anthem to connect both audience and poet

At most performances, the crowd erupts into loud applause to show appreciation and understanding.

Nu Alpha Kappa to host 'Hunger Games'-themed pageant to help child with leukemia

Thirteen sorority contestants will compete in the 5th annual Miss Greek Universe pageant April 18 at 7 p.m. in Chumash Auditorium. Tickets will be sold in the University Union plaza April 14 to 18 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for $5.

Secrets from the sky

Mustang News reporter Briana Whitney flies with California Highway Patrol and gains exclusive information above Central Coast landmarks including Hearst Castle and the Diablo Canyon Power Plant.

First ATOG of the year remembers Rhodes

The year’s first Another Type of Groove — a monthly spoken word event organized by the MultiCultural Center — began on a somber note Wednesday.

Year’s last ATOG proves ‘poetry is contagious’

Kelly Trom ktrom@mustangdaily.net The sound of snapping, whoops of agreement and resounding “Word!”s filled Chumash Auditorium as the final Another Type of Groove (ATOG) of the year unfolded Wednesday evening. Organized by the MultiCultural Center, the spoken word event gave the…

Students stay 'Up 'til dawn' for charity

Students from across the Cal Poly campus gathered for Up ‘til Dawn on Tuesday — a letter-writing event aimed at helping raise money for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. The university student organization Up ’til Dawn put on the event. Up…

Students express themselves through spoken word at ATOG

Diversity and cultural issues hit the Chumash Auditorium in the form of Another Type of Groove (ATOG) on Wednesday, Oct. 5. The featured poets are Prentice Powell and Ner City, according to the Another Type of Groove website. The MultiCultural Center…

Leap back in time to San Luis Obispo County before civilization

San Luis Obispo 12,000 years ago existed in the transition from one geological epoch to the next, the Pleistocene to the Holocene. The biggest difference from the present was the lower sea level, sitting about 400 feet lower toward the end of the last glacial maximum roughly 12,000 years ago.