Shabang, San Luis Obispo’s only art and music festival has returned to Laguna Lake Park. Mustang News Reporter Sofia Silvia visited the festival and gives a peek at the weekend’s best moments.
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MN NOW: Thursday, February 3, 2022
Mustang News Reporter Sofia Silvia brings you your top stories of the week…
“It’s not a restaurant, it’s an experience:” Six Test Kitchen has become the first restaurant in San Luis Obispo County to earn an elite Michelin star
The year was somewhere around 2017 and food and beverage journalist Jaime Lewis had just arrived at the garage of a seemingly “normal ranch home” in Arroyo Grande. But when she walked in, what she saw was actually a fully functioning dining establishment. Taking a bite of head chef’s Ricky Odbert’s cooking, Lewis says she […]
Mustang Gameday: Men’s Soccer v.s UC Santa Barbara
Mustang Gameday is back! Mustang News Anchors Sofia Silvia and Gabe Arditti give you a exclusive look at “the biggest rivalry in men’s collegiate soccer,” The Cal Poly Mustangs versus The UC Santa Barbara Gauchos… Live from Spanos Stadium on October 16, 2021, this is Mustang Gameday.
Farmers’ Market reopens in Downtown San Luis Obispo
Bustling voices, the smell of fresh strawberries and the distant sound of live street performers. After more than a year of being closed due to COVID-19 safety regulations, the Downtown San Luis Obispo Farmers’ Market welcomed this experience once more, opening for visitors on Thursday, May 6. The grand re-opening of the Farmers’ Market took […]
Challah for a Cause: helping the community one loaf at a time
Joe Schneider grabs each edge of his homemade dough, kneading it in between his fingertips. Over and over again, he rolls the dough, until six perfectly formed lines decorate the tray. He slides the edges of these lines together creating a shape reminiscent of a wide-spread lotus flower. Slowly pulling each strand of dough away […]
MN NOW: Thursday, April 1, 2021
Mustang News reporter Sofia Silvia brings you this week’s top stories… Cal Poly Recreation Center Reopens Some Indoor Facilities A Year Into The Pandemic Cal Poly Receives $100,000 Donation To Upgrade Parallel Computing Lab Football Opts Out Of The Rest Of 2021 Season
Crafting at Cal Poly
Knitting, designing, selling, crafting. Staying creative during a pandemic can be hard, but for some students it’s a livelihood. Mustang News video reporters spoke to Astrid Herrera and Carmel Johnson, two Cal Poly students who are using their art to make the most out of their time at home.
MN NOW: Thursday, February 11, 2021
Mustang News reporter Sofia Silvia brings you this week’s top stories: CSU Chancellor Said Vaccines Likely Not Required Two Clinics Closed Due to Vaccines Shortages Cal Poly Student Starts His Own Candle Company
Good News: Cal Poly professors answer your burning questions
One of the most challenging aspects of classes being online is not being able to have conversations that go beyond class material.
MN Now: Thursday, January 14, 2021
Mustang News reporter Sofia Silvia brings you this week’s top stories: