Each professor explains the inspiration for creating their own book, as well as the process and impact they have felt from it.
He makes and delivers his own flavors of granola with the goal of raising money and awareness for non-profit organizations that he said he sees doing good in the world.
As San Luis Obispo County moved into the red tier, COVID-19 regulations allowed more businesses to reopen services.
Cal Poly senior volleyball player Maia Dvoracek, also an All-American team member, said she decided to continue her education at Cal Poly for an extra quarter to play her last season as a Mustang.
The Poly Plant Shop is one of the few places on campus that has remained open after adapting their operations to comply with COVID-19 regulations. Mustang News video reporter Brady Caskey visited the Poly Plant Shop to take a look…
With courses online this quarter, some professors have had the opportunity to go on road trips, and others were hired without stepping foot in the state. Journalism professor Casey McDonald-Liu is one of these professors. Like other 2020 grads, she…
The ordinance that banned these products was passed Feb. 4, 2020 and was was set to take effect on May 4, but the city postponed enforcement so stores that sold e-cigarette and flavored tobacco products had time to sell the rest of their inventory during the pandemic.
Since COVID-19, the process of finding new homes for the cats has turned into clockwork, as many people throughout San Luis Obispo have shown an increased interest.
The new Cal Poly dining facility offers students a wide range of meal choices and outdoor seating.
When biomedical engineering senior Jake Javier jumped into a swimming pool on his last day of high school in 2016 he broke his neck. “I was immediately paralyzed, and flown by helicopter to the nearest hospital and underwent emergency surgery…
Once an ID is confiscated by an agent or local law enforcement, it becomes part of an investigation and can be held for evidence to be used in a criminal or administrative proceeding, according to Alcohol Beverage Control’s (ABC) Public Information Officer John Carr.