Kaytlyn Leslie email@example.com Family and friends of Giselle Ayala gathered in the University Union Plaza on Monday to remember the life of the deceased sociology freshman, who died in Santa Barbara more than a week ago. During the memorial, which began as the sun set over campus, speakers described Ayala as a kindhearted “giver” — […]
President Jeffrey Armstrong’s announcement on the CSU plan to convert all quarter campuses to semesters by the end of the decade hit the Cal Poly community hard this morning. Here is a sampling of several Twitter and Facebook responses @mustangdaily has been seeing:
Mustang Daily Staff Report firstname.lastname@example.org Cal Poly sent an email to faculty, staff and students on Wednesday after receiving an influx of phishing emails, or email attacks targeting Cal Poly users, this past weekend. “There were about 25 compromised campus email accounts (this past weekend) that the school knows about,” Policy and Complaints officer for […]
Kaytlyn Leslie email@example.com A California State University (CSU) system unit cap — which limits the number of units a student can take per quarter to 16 — was only going to affect 1 percent of students at Cal Poly, according to campus administrators. It turns out that number is even smaller. According to Cal Poly […]
Weaving through the crowd during San Luis Obispo’s Farmers’ Market may get a little easier this summer. The Thursday night tradition will expand its borders to include Morro Street between Higuera and Monterey streets from July 1 to Sept. 30. The San Luis Obispo Downtown Association joined the San Luis Obispo County Certified Farmers’ Market Association in a plan […]
Sometimes websites malfunction. Most of the time, this only results in a little bit of stress for those involved: the page takes forever to load, a picture isn’t showing up or the right article won’t pop up. But other times, it’s to the point that other people start freaking out, as was the case this […]
The Strawberry Festival in Arroyo Grande took place on Saturday and Sunday in the Village. Despite cloudy conditions both days, hundreds of vistors flocked to the sectioned-off portion of Grand Avenue, enjoying food, crafts, competitions and various forms of entertainment.
Last week, after writing the article on it, I had the privilege of going to see “The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other,” and I will be the first to admit I didn’t have any clue what was going on 60 percent of the time. But the 40 percent I did understand was amazing. […]
A madwoman runs wildly across the University Union (UU) Plaza after dark. A firefighter appears for 15 seconds before disappearing without a word as a beauty in mirrored clothing glances through a hole in a leaf. Couples come together and break up, random strangers become friends and enemies plot against one another — all without speaking. […]
Starbucks’ “Happy Hour” with half-priced frappuccinos hits Cal Poly.
The Cayucos woman and Cal Poly alumna who captured hearts following an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” this year will now be remembered with T-shirts sold by Cal Poly students this week. Following the death of Jodi Fisher on March 17, Cal Poly recreation, parks and tourism administration (RPTA) students began selling T-shirts on Monday to help raise money […]