Cal Poly’s Latinx Center for Academic Success and students put together altar exhibits in the University Union Plaza to honor Día de los Muertos on Tuesday, Nov. 1. Día de los Muertos, which translates to “Day of the Dead” in English, is a Mexican holiday traditionally celebrated on the first and second days of November […]
The bi-annual Craft Sale has returned to campus this week. Students can visit the University Union from Monday to Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to purchase from vendors selling various types of handmade crafts. Missi Allison-Bullock, a coordinator for ASI programs, said that 40 vendors would be in attendance for each day of […]
A 22-year-old Iranian-Kurdish woman, most accurately known by her Kurdish name Jina or Zhina Amini, died days after Iran’s religious “morality police” arrested her for not wearing the hijab in accordance with government standards — too loosely and showing some hair. Soon after news of her death broke on Sept. 16, protests swept across Iran […]
The Mustang News photo team has worked tirelessly to show you what is going on in our community. Whether it’s a photo assignment or a personal project, the photo team has put their all into the work they do. From Week of Welcome (WOW), to concerts, to film festivals and the rodeo, the photo team […]
In the backdrop of a black box theater, models catwalk in luxe white, cream and black clothing and contrasting shining gold plated body armor and jewelry. Renowned athletes like Neymar Junior and Serena Williams and “Riverdale” actor Charles Melton were in attendance for the Balmain Autumn/Winter runway show at Paris Fashion Week on March 2. […]
The SLO Art Museum is welcoming another mural to Downtown. Southern artist, Erin LeAnn Mitchell will be visiting the San Luis Obispo area this month to paint a new mural on the side of the museum building. Mitchell will begin painting on Feb. 3 and will reveal the mural on Feb. 23. The mural “Califia […]
Manufacturing engineering junior Jack Adema and marine science junior Johnny Paneno have been surfing almost every day in San Luis Obispo for the last two years. “My mental state goes way downhill if I don’t surf,” Paneno says. “You get thrown in the flow state in the water, you don’t have to think — just […]
“[HRT] is primary care. It’s not specialty care, and some voices in the community will like to say oh that’s specialty care,” Pride Center Coordinator Samuel Byrd said. “This is allowing people to feel comfortable in their skin and allowing them to navigate our community, that’s primary.”
On Nov. 8, 2018, the Northern California town of Paradise saw the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history. The blaze burned more than 150,000 acres in 17 days. One year ago, Mustang News photographer visited Paradise. He returned to the same sites one year later to document the progress as the town attempts […]
Cal Poly hosted the greatest rivalry biggest rivalry in college soccer on Saturday, Nov. 2. Here’s a look at the night in photos.
In Fall 2018, out of the total 21,812 students that attended Cal Poly as undergraduates, 867 of them were incoming transfer students.