Rioting in the streets at Deltopia

The Isla Vista-based event led to the arrests of more than 100 people and the transportation of 44 people to the hospital.

New mobile app tracks latest SLO events

SLO Happenings, a free mobile application, has been developed as a guide to events and activities going on in San Luis Obispo.

Opposition to new housing project continues

Of the attendees at a recent meeting, 40 protested the project and only one supported it.

From paracords to condoms: Student's survival bracelet has it all

The idea for the Barkley Series paracord bracelet had been developing in his mind, and — after winning $500 from a lotto ticket — Frizzie decided it was time to create his business.

Mustang News, March 13, 2014: Fraternity ends pledging program, Cal State names new CFO

Mustang News anchor Olivia DeGennaro covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

Students downtown: Disturbing the peace, but making businesses money while they're at it

Enzo’s owner Sean Croce said students going out and spending money is what keeps the whole town going, and for the most part, “these kids are fun.”

Anti-fracking movement to march on Sacramento

Don’t Frack California is trying to mobilize the largest organized march on Sacramento against hydraulic fracking on March 15 at 1 p.m.

Armstrong, Colombini talk financial aid, roses with Rep. Lois Capps

The meeting was part of California State University (CSU) Hill Day, with representatives and students from more than half of the 23 CSU universities advocating for system-wide issues.

Ukrainian students weigh in on violence at home

“These events are awful and heartbreaking, but at the same time, they make me feel very proud to be a Ukrainian,” Yuliya Pidlubnyak said.

Student life restrictions attract attention

Statistics from other universities show students who live on campus perform better academically than those who live off campus, administrators have said.

En route to South America, cyclist stops at Cal Poly

Armed only with a bicycle and a backpack, Dirk Spits will ride roughly 17,000 miles, from Alaska to Argentina, to raise awareness for his charity, 99%RIDE.