San Luis Obispo Candidates are facing off in order to fill three spots on the County Board of Supervisors. Reporter Torstein Rehn has the latest on what the candidates had to say about Homelessness at a local debate ahead of the election, that will take place tomorrow, June 7.
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How Cal Poly Baseball Brings Together the San Luis Obispo Community
Cal Poly baseball has kicked off their 2022 Big West season after a 7-9 start to non-conference play. As the season continues along, the support that the team received from the school and community is clear. After opening weekend, Cal Poly baseball had the highest attendance rate in all of California with over 6,000 fans […]
“Jesus Class” returns to Cal Poly after a three year break
Spring quarter brings the return of the Jesus class to Cal Poly. Religious studies professor Stephen Lloyd-Moffett says the course examines Jesus through an academic lens. Reporter Torstein Rehn explores everything you need to know about the upcoming class.
“It’s like coming home”: Looking back on the Women’s March SLO Engage for Equity rally
Audio by Torstein Rehn Women’s March SLO held the “Engage for Equity” rally at Mitchell Park in San Luis Obispo on Saturday March 5. The rally ran from 1-3 p.m. and featured speakers such as San Luis Obispo Mayor Erica Stewart, yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini Northern Chumash Tribe member Wendy Lucas, GALA Pride and Diversity […]
5 Steps to a Financially Brighter 2022
Kick off the new year with this five-step financial wellness action plan. The best part? It’s easy! 1. Check Out Your Credit Report Did you know that you can check out your credit report for free? Thanks to the Fair Credit Reporting Act, you can order your free credit report from the three credit bureaus (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion) […]
5 Tips for Your Holiday Shopping Strategy
The following is a paid advertisement written by a member of Mustang Media Group’s advertising staff. The holidays are here — are you ready? Here are five tips for your holiday shopping strategy: 1. Take Inventory As Cal Poly students, we’re used to learning by doing, but in the holiday shopping arena we learn by […]
California keeps stricter COVID-19 mask mandate despite new CDC guidelines
On May 13, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) eased masking guidelines for fully-vaccinated people. However, California plans to keep stricter masking requirements in place until the state’s economy is fully reopened on June 15. This is the proposed date that Governor Gavin Newsom plans to fully reopen California’s economy by ending capacity […]