San Luis Obispo County now has 132 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Sunday, April 19 – up 1 case from yesterday, according to the County Public Health. Of the total cases, 17 patients are at home in isolation, 110 patients have recovered, three are currently in the hospital. Two of the hospitalized patients remain […]
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San Luis Obispo County now has 107 confirmed COVID-19 cases
San Luis Obispo now has 107 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Friday, April 10 – up 3 cases from yesterday, according to the County Public Health. Of the total cases, 20 patients are at home in isolation, 83 patients have recovered, 3 are currently hospitalized. Two of the hospitalized patients are in intensive care. […]
Want to know where to find ghosts on the Central Coast? So did the Central Coast Paranormal Investigators
Mitch Flores knows where all the Central Coast ghosts are. Flores is a paranormal investigator who started a local group that has organized more than 150 ghost hunts on the Central Coast, looking for evidence of spirits, poltergeists and the undead. His first ghost encounter came at age 12 when he was on his paper […]
Incumbent John Peschong wins District 1 race to remain on the Board of Supervisors
Incumbent John Peschong has won the District 1 County Board of Supervisors race Tuesday, March 3. District 1 consists of northern San Luis Obispo County, including Paso Robles. As of 11:30 p.m., incumbent John Peschong has received 8,702 votes. This was 67.4 percent of the total votes for District 1, more than doubling his opponent […]
MN Now: Friday, Feb. 14, 2020
Mustang News reporter Natalie Young bring you this week’s top stories: ASI resolution moves to support student-parents Cal Poly introduces GE 2020 to simplify requirements Oscars on Sunday, SLO on Monday: Spike Lee talks upcoming ‘joints,’ politics & the Black experience
One student’s story raises awareness about stalking in San Luis Obispo
Journalism senior Christina Arthur was walking from her apartment on Jan. 9 when a man started following and then chased her.
Where exactly does your money go? Breaking down the ASI and UU fees
Students at Cal Poly pay nearly $10,000 in tuition, but not all of their money goes toward academic and facilities services.
Cal Poly climate strike calls for youth to take action
Students traded their notebooks for picket signs and swarmed the University Union to protest climate change inaction Friday, Dec. 6. Sunrise SLO, an organization dedicated to creating a movement against climate change, planned the strike to compel government officials to create policy to combat climate change. “We are building an army of young people to […]
MN Now: Monday, Dec. 9, 2019
Mustang News reporter Natalie Young brings you this week’s top stories: Nonprofit Sunrise Movement organization hosts climate strike in University Union Cal Poly professors can choose between PolyLearn and Canvas starting Winter 2020 Cal Poly gets gold in sustainability, ranking third among CSUs
Cal Poly students drafted a bill to increase housing cost transparency. It goes into effect next year
A bill drafted by Cal Poly students to increase housing cost transparency was signed into law Oct. 4 and will go into effect Jan. 1, 2020. The bill is an update on Senate Bill (SB) 467, which originally only required Universities of California (UC) and California State Universities (CSU) to post information on the average […]
English professor runs “bike library” out of his backyard
Westwood said his bike library is open to all students who send him an email or respond to his Craigslist ad with their height, weight and the amount of money they are willing to spend.