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…
Students traded their notebooks for picket signs and swarmed the University Union to protest climate change inaction Friday, Dec. 6. Sunrise SLO, an organization dedicated to creating a movement against climate change, planned the strike to compel government officials to…
Update Sunday, Dec. 8: State Park Rangers at the Pismo State Beach North Beach Campground safely located escaped mental health patient Benjamin Aaron Karp. He was found Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m., according to a news release. Original post: An…
“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.”
A new solar farm and the infusion of sustainability in curriculum are among two efforts that helped the university earn a gold rating from a sustainability tracking system, according to sustainability coordinator Kylee Singh.
The Central Coast Cannabis Council (C4) hopes to “create a regulatory system where the deserving companies and the deserving people can get licensed” in the area, according to C4 President Adam Laurent.
“We can think of it like an automatic sprinkler,” mechanical engineering senior Daniel Santoro said.
With winter approaching and the start of “significant rainfall,” Caltrans temporarily closed Highway 1 south of Big Sur at Mud Creek and Paul’s Slide Sunday, Dec. 1.
The cloud-based system Canvas is set to fully replace Moodle — the system that powers PolyLearn — by Fall 2020.
The Office of University Diversity and Inclusion (OUDI) at Cal Poly hosted the first dialogue about the results of the Cal Poly Experience (CPX) survey Thursday, Nov. 21.