Goryl has had Oakley since March when she decided to adopt while working from home. Goryl originally got the Australian shepherd puppy during the stay-at-home order, and she now lives with Oakley in San Luis Obispo.
According to Martyrossian, signs of a “cultural genocide” against Armenians are happening within the region that is nationally recognized as “Nagorno-Karabakh” but known as the “Republic of Artsakh” by the Armenian community.
Walking up to the group of masked students holding instruments, she said she was nervous and unsure. More than anything else, she said she was excited because of her love for marching band. There were only 45 people at the…
Chris Lambert released episode eight of his podcast “Your Own Backyard” which details the disappearance of Cal Poly student Kristen Smart in May of 1996.
After yet another day of being cooped up inside, communication studies senior Annie Margolis and her roommate went on a walk to the Cal Poly campus. They agreed on their destination and headed towards a place they both missed. They…
In 2014, Mustang News explored the 19 percent of women in the engineering department at Cal Poly. Six years later, Mustang News explores what has changed during that time, if anything at all.
Kamala Harris made history this election as the first woman and the first woman of color to be elected as Vice President in the United States.
She stood completely still as she stared down at her bedroom floor. Her face filled with anguish and desperation as the purplish-blue lights cast shadows across the room. The silence was unnerving as the cast members stared at their screens…
The Sunset Drive-In, San Luis Obispo’s only drive-in movie theater since 1950, has seen some changes in business this year.
Halloween is over, but finals week is still creeping up for Cal Poly students. During past in-person quarters that would typically mean the library, coffee shops and dorms would be filled with students trying to get some last minute studying in. However, COVID-19 has forced students to find other places to study.
To some, the past few decades seem to have brought more change in every walk of life than the entire century prior. But to mechanical engineering professor James Locascio, the one thing that has remained the same are his students.