Brooke Sperbeck
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ASI concerts adapt to ‘cultural shift’

Returning students may have noticed a decrease in the number of concerts hosted by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) this quarter.

Spotted in SLO: Josh Peck

Actor Josh Peck was spotted in San Luis Obispo this past weekend. Mustang News sat down with the star, most known for his role on Nickelodeon’s “Drake & Josh,” for a Q&A.

Laptops stolen from sorority house, nearby apartment

The San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) responded to two burglaries Thursday night, with multiple laptops stolen in both incidents, Sgt. Chad Pfarr confirmed.

New dietitian makes a wave of change

Students concerned with their nutrition now have a new resource available to help them make informed choices when eating on campus. For the last two months, Megan Coats — Campus Dining’s new registered dietitian — has been educating students on what dietary options are available at campus dining facilities, she said.

Greeks make a difference in SLO

Members of Cal Poly and the San Luis Obispo community volunteered at various non-profit agencies as part of the nationally-recognized Make a Difference Day, on Saturday.

A personal account: the Nike Women’s Marathon

It’s 6:30 a.m. on a Sunday, and I’m standing in 45-degree weather across from Union Square with 30,000 other people. As a full moon descends behind us on Post Street, spotlights flash and Beyoncé’s voice floods the speakers.

Veterans to bike through campus Wednesday

For veterans who have suffered the brutalities of war, cycling can be a therapeutic experience.

Thanks to Ride 2 Recovery, veterans are participating in bike rides to help them rehabilitate injuries with minimal impact on joints, according to Jim DeCecco, local program coordinator and an Oceano elementary school teacher.

Inside the Fall Career Fair: What to expect

If there’s anything that makes a college student want to stay in school as long as possible, it’s the fear that comes with searching for a job in the real world.

Changes keep WOWies on campus

This year’s Week of Welcome underwent many changes, including an earlier kick-off and more activities in the beginning of the week, said Scott Kjorlien, a WOW Executive Board member.

Professors, administrators thrilled with new math and science center

As he walks around the Warren J. Baker Center for Science and Mathematics, College of Science and Mathematics Dean Phil Bailey is beaming.