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Author Archives: Jacob Lauing
Watch a Movember mustache grow in 6 seconds
Two ‘staches. 30 days. Six seconds.
Yes, you’re spending too much on textbooks
This post has been paid for by Cal Poly Corporation’s University Store, and does not reflect the editorial coverage of Mustang News. It’s the beginning of the school term and students rush into their new classrooms. After the professor welcomes them and explains the course objectives, the class syllabi are passed around, disclosing the required textbooks. […]
Quiz: Is your Starbucks cup recyclable or compostable?
Take the quiz and find out.
Why you’ll be seeing more native ads on Mustang News this year
Native advertising is controversial. It’s new, it’s hot, and you’ve seen it before.
Error costs Cal Poly in 2-1 loss to Pepperdine
Cal Poly (46-11) will play Sacramento State in an elimination game at 1 p.m. tomorrow. The winner will take on Pepperdine (41-16) at 6 p.m.
Men's hoops dismantles UCSB in Big West tourney opener
Facing rival-UC Santa Barbara for the third time this season, the Cal Poly basketball team came out on top, 69-38, in the Big West Conference Tournament quarterfinals Thursday.
Cal Poly baseball: Players to watch
Here’s a rundown on players to watch before Friday night’s season opener against Kansas State.
Road woes continue as Cal Poly falls to Stanford
In a familiar result, the Mustangs dropped its seventh straight road matchup against a top tier opponent, falling 79-62 to Stanford at Maples Pavilion.
The Big Three
Jacob Lauing [follow id = “jlauing”] Paul Pierce. Kevin Garnett. Ray Allen. LeBron James. Dwayne Wade. Chris Bosh. Jonae Ervin. Molly Schlemer. Ariana Elegado. The big three: It’s a term that’s been coined before, when three dynamic forces unite and relentless dominance ensues. The Cal Poly women’s basketball team has a trio of its own […]
Volleyball caps off ‘bittersweet’ season
A 6-10 conference record certainly isn’t ideal.
But after going 4-26 overall in 2012, the Cal Poly volleyball team will take whatever it can get from the 2013 season.