The Cal Poly Center for Service and Action hosted a neighborhood clean up the Sunday after St. Patrick’s day. Students volunteered to help clean up remaining trash and litter around the neighborhoods near campus after the annual ‘St. Fratty’s Day’ celebration. About 4,000 people gathered in the streets during the event. Mustang News reporters Gabrielle […]
Diablo Canyon: California’s last nuclear power plant
For more than 3 million people in California, one energy source powers their phones, computers and lights in their homes: The Diablo Canyon Power Plant. It’s also the last nuclear power plant in the state of California. Twenty miles from Cal Poly’s campus, Diablo Canyon sits close to Avila Beach and powers about 9% of […]
Watch: Central Coast Women for Fisheries supports local fishing families
Fishing may not be taught in schools, but it is an industry deeply rooted in the history of Morro Bay — and an organization made up of local women is seeking to teach the public all about it. Central Coast Women for Fisheries (CCWF) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2006 by women connected to […]
Cal Poly Farms Hosts U-Pick Orange Picking
Cal Poly Farms hosts seasonal U-Picks throughout the year. From now until June, the orange orchards are open to the San Luis Obispo community. The U-Pick events take place on Saturdays in the Cal Poly citrus groves. Students and families can go out and pick a variety of citrus fruits including oranges, lemons, and limes. […]
WATCH: Students present at the 2023 CSU Research Competition
Cal Poly student researchers presented their research projects in order to go to the statewide CSU research competition. “Basically, the Cal State system competes against itself in a wide variety of disciplinary areas to identify and celebrate student and alum excellence in student research,” Director of the Office of Student Research Jane Lehr said. Cal […]
Sisters compete in a historic women’s finals heat at the 2023 SLO Cal Open
The 2023 Slo Cal Open at Morro Rock witnessed a historic ending as sisters Sanoa and Mathea Olin marked the first sibling versus sibling women’s finals heat since 2006. Over 130 of the country’s top surfers competed in the weekend long event hosted by Surfing for Hope and presented by Visit SloCal. Mustang News reporter […]
WATCH: Cal Poly shutdown after major storm hits San Luis Obispo
The city of San Luis Obispo is essentially shut down as a severe rainstorm dumps inches of rain across the central coast. With widespread flooding and road closures, the city has issued a shelter-in-place order and is urging people to stay home and avoid travel on the roads. MNTV News Director Brady Caskey shows us […]
Abroad: British public pays respect to Queen Elizabeth II at funeral
On Thursday September 8th, 2022 Queen Elizabeth II died. She was the longest reigning monarch in British history. MNTV Reporter Ari Lopez is abroad in London covering the funeral and the reaction of the public to the Queen’s death.
Meet Your Candidates: San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors
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.
Watch: Meet the new ASI President Gracie Babatola
Political Science sophomore Gracie Babatola will take over as Cal Poly’s ASI President for the 2022-2023 school year. Mustang News Reporter Gabrielle Downey sat down with Babatola in this exclusive Q&A.
Watch: San Luis Obispo Rallies Against Possible Roe v. Wade Overturn
When some San Luis Obispo residents heard that Roe V. Wade may be overturn, they took to the streets of Downtown. First, on Tuesday, May 3, 2022: One protestor, Quinn Brady, shares her story of why she is advocating against the policy change… https://youtu.be/Jzz73hyXpUMVideo By Brady Caskey and Owen Lavine Then, on Saturday, May 14, […]