Nine escape house fire on Johnson

Six people were taken to Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center after escaping from a house fire on Johnson Street early Sunday morning. The fire started at the front of the house and spread to the attic. A total of nine…

Char-fil-A: Campus dining fire causes evacuations

Cal Poly employees evacuated The Avenue, 19 Metro Station and Sandwich Factory campus restaurants, as well as the Pre-Rec center Tuesday afternoon due to a small fire at the Chick-fil-A unit in The Avenue. No injuries were reported from the…

The Avenue evacuated due to fire

Cal Poly employees evacuated The Avenue and 19 Metro Station campus restaurants, as well as the Pre-Rec center Tuesday afternoon due to a small fire at the Chick-fil-A unit in The Avenue. No injuries were reported from the fire, but…

Conservatives under attack: Looking into a national trend

Brendan Pringle is an English senior and Mustang Daily conservative columnist. We often think of the university campus as an open forum where students can voice their opinions under full protection of the First Amendment. So it seems. With so…

Students get FIREd up for free speech at lecture

The President of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), Greg Lukianoff, spoke at Cal Poly yesterday about the importance of free speech and students’ first amendment rights while enrolled at a university.

Theta Chi house catches fire

The Theta Chi Fraternity house, located on the corner of Upham and Chorro Streets, caught fire around noon today.

Cabo San Luis fire determined arson

The cause of the fire March 3 at Cabo San Luis was determined to be arson last Friday.

Investigators say Cabo San Luis fire was arson

A fire damaged part of a Foothill Boulevard retail complex and destroyed the Cabo San Luis restaurant early Wednesday morning, fire officials said. No injuries were reported.

Individual rights activist speaks at Cal Poly

Adam Kissel of FIRE, an individual rights protection organization, spoke on campus about the rights that students have across the nation.

Local fire remains uncontained

Ashes filled the air in San Luis Obispo this week as the current largest fire in California continued to burn about 29,480 acres by Wednesday night.