The Cal Poly Theisms club was founded in 2006, but leaders paused activity in 2020 with the onset of the COVID-19. The club was reinstated this quarter, with roughly a dozen members.
Digital cameras, with their blurry photos and date stamps, are making a resurgence among Gen Z. On the Cal Poly campus, many freshman students use digital and other vintage cameras […]
Among the recipients for the Society of Women Engineers 2023 awards are General Engineering Program Director Lizabeth Thompson, CENG Dean Amy S. Fleischer and Cal Poly’s Women’s Engineering Program (WEP) Director Helene Finger.
One night while her mom was visiting, English sophomore Lizzy Stavros ended up on the hunt for Italian food. While she originally wanted to find a good restaurant with seafood […]
Sandy Mitchell / Central Coast Dragon Boat Association board president
Cal Poly Green Campus aims to showcase its sustainability missions to the local community at the upcoming Sustainability Festival on Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Dexter Lawn.
Cal Poly’s Chinese Students’ Association, or CSA, hosted what they call their “hype-est” event of the year, Ultraman, at Pismo Beach on Oct. 7. Ultraman is an enormous competition where […]
To encourage greater support and appreciation for regional arts and culture organizations, The City of San Luis Obispo is celebrating Arts and Humanities Month with “Experience ARTober,” a new community […]
Lily Tenner is the Mustang News Photo Editor attended Outside Lands 2023. This story is cross-published on KCPR.org. One could say that Karl — the infamous fog of San Francisco […]
“I saw the struggles and challenges that underrepresented students faced, and I wanted to do something to change that,” Cal Poly engineering management graduate student Isaiah Hogan said. A San […]
With the fall quarter approaching, new faces and an exhilarating nightlife are bringing the streets of San Luis Obispo back to life. Read on for KCPR’s guide to the events […]