Power briefly falters on campus

A Cal Poly spokesperson said that University Housing was not affected but a “significant portion” of campus was down.

Chino's will stay open thanks to new owner

Chino’s has found a new owner, and will remain open for the foreseeable future.

Mustang News, June 3, 2014: CAFES announces new dean, fraternity members "Fight for Life"

Mustang News anchor Jenna Brown covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

Muslim Student Association hopes to educate campus on Shariah law

The MSA says Shariah is a hot topic that is being touted in our media with more commonality as states move to outlaw it, and it is therefore becoming more important to understand what Shariah is.

Downtown Association partners with Cal Poly to ensure 'safe commencement'

Cal Poly’s student affairs office also asked PULSE to create a 45-second video about “a responsible and dignified graduation.”

Mustang News, May 28, 2014: Cal Poly shows support for Isla Vista, hosts Relay for Life

Mustang News anchor Katie McDermott covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

From rivals to neighbors: After massacre, Cal Poly reacts to Santa Barbara shootings

Elliot Rodger, a 22-year-old Santa Barbara City College student, rampaged across the streets in Isla Vista, firing at multiple people from his BMW before eventually crashing his car and fatally shooting himself.

CSU Board of Trustees moves Grand Avenue housing project forward

The proposed plan would implement a 1,475-person residence hall specifically for freshmen near the Grand Avenue entrance to the campus.

Mustang News, May 22, 2014: Standoff near campus, sheep stolen from pen

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

Standoff shuts down Stenner

San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) and regional SWAT officers arrested Austin Ross, who barricaded himself in a house near campus Wednesday afternoon, ending a standoff that lasted several hours.

Safer to train local bars on recognizing sexual assault

Bystander intervention could make its way downtown, thanks to Safer’s Safe Bars program, which would be used to train bar managers, bartenders and bouncers.