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My College Reflection

Sierra Parr is a journalism senior and news reporter for Mustang News. Her views reflected in this piece don’t necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. I kept a journal all through college. At the ripe old age of 21, I can safely say this is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. It’s supposed […]

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‘Callous and risky’: Immunocompromised people brace for spring quarter as Armstrong lifts mask mandate

M.W. Kaplan dreads thinking about an in-person communications theory class they are enrolled in at Cal Poly next quarter. Kaplan, a communication studies junior, said they need to take the class to graduate — but with the university lifting the indoor mask mandate across campus starting in the spring, Kaplan is not comfortable going to […]

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Chick-Fil-A returns to Cal Poly despite anti-LGBTQ+ rhetoric

Just three years after the fast-food franchise Chick-Fil-A’s public reckoning for donations made to anti-LGBT organizations, Cal Poly has reopened the popular yet controversial establishment on campus.  On Jan. 18, Cal Poly opened a temporary Chick-Fil-A location in Poly Canyon Village (PCV). The new location serves as a replacement for the original Chick-Fil-A housed in […]

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Meet Cal Poly’s new Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Management

After an extensive nationwide search, Cal Poly administration found their most qualified candidate for the role of Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Management already within the campus community.  Newly named vice president, Terrance Harris, has been working with admissions and enrollment at Cal Poly for 17 years and has recently filled the vice president role […]