Cal Poly’s Indian Student Association (ISA) celebrated the official Diwali Holiday by hosting their annual Diwali banquet at Chumash auditorium on Nov. 3. The Nov. 7 holiday is often referred to as the “Festival of Light,” because it represents a…
A flurry of jingle bell-induced tunes, ugly Christmas sweaters and bubbly-filled glasses are just part of the holiday cheer local cafe Kreuzberg, CA has in store for this weekend.
The heavily decorated coffee shop will hold its 2nd annual “Kreuzberg Ugly Sweater and Fialta Sing-Along Christmas Spectacular Spectacular” on Dec. 6.
Heather Rockwood is a food science senior and Mustang Daily food columnist. Holiday eating. Most people will insist you have to choose happy or healthy when it comes to eating during the holiday season. The decadent desserts and indulgent entrees…
The birth of Martin Luther King Jr. was celebrated Monday at the start of the third week of instruction, much to the appreciation of students who enjoyed a three-day weekend (or four for those lucky enough to be done Thursday).
The holiday season is a time for family, friends, gifts and, most importantly, food. However, before taking a bite into that huge slice of apple pie or extra helping of mashed potatoes and gravy, here are a few tips to avoid returning in January with some extra holiday poundage.
From my major, to eating, to watching the Food Network, the topic of food is on my mind most hours of the day. I view food as something I put into my body for nutrition and taste as well as a way to bring people together; food makes the world go round.