After 100 police officers arrived in riot gear, what began as a peaceful Monday protest ended in a cloud of tear gas and at least five Cal Poly students with their hands in zip ties. Following a stalemate between officers…
Meet Eurodamn, a realistic virtual technology that simulates Cal Poly’s most distinguished features — like virtual parking citations and the refreshing smell of cow.
After a recent conversation with the City of San Luis Obispo, Shabang co-founder and co-owner Greg Golf said it was time to postpone the festival.
A campus-wide email announcing all Spring 2020 classes will move online has raised questions of how faculty members can shift hands-on classes online in under three weeks.
Toilet seat picture frames, abalone shell arches and tire rim pillars are just a few components making up what Cambria residents call Nitt Witt Ridge – or the anti-Hearst Castle.
Mustang News reporter Kailey O’Connell brings you this week’s top stories: Faculty member interviewed by investigators in University Police racial profiling case County officials call for emergency action to end new oil and gas drilling, New Vista Grande dining complex…
“So what you want to do is you want to take your heel off, and you have a flat,” Kym Douglas said in the episode. “I just took my heel off. Look, I got flat shoes.”
Climbers and non-climbers alike gathered in Mission Plaza Saturday, Nov. 9 to watch “Climb On,” a SLOMotion Film series of six short films all inspired by rock climbing. Although “climb” is in the screening’s name, the topics of each film…
On Dec. 5, 2018 Ashley Rios attempted suicide by alcohol poisoning. Five days later, she was placed on disciplinary probation for having marijuana and alcohol in her residence hall room the night she tried to take her life.
Local creative platform SubSessions hosted its second annual Nightlife Savings event Nov. 2, complete with 25 hours of nonstop live music from 12 p.m. to 12 p.m. the next day.