Cal Poly students Kyle Randel and Chloe Smit both came away with big prizes after taking a spin on Wheel of Fortune’s “College Week Spring Break” during the second week of April. Randel and Smit were featured on episodes of…
During quarantine, while people have been turning to arts and crafts to entertain themselves indoors, ecology professor Yamina Pressler has been recognized by Smithsonian Magazine for her work developing “responsibly harvested” soil-based water colors with her friend and colleague, Dr. Karen Vaughn at the University of Wyoming.
When computer engineering senior Alyssa Liu left for college, her little sister gave her a shoe box filled with letters. Each letter had instructions for when she was supposed to open it; one was for when she missed home, another for when she got her first bad grade. Whenever Liu was feeling down or overwhelmed, she turned to the shoebox for comfort.
That shoebox became the inspiration for Foveo, an app that Liu and her team are working on developing as their senior project to help college students who suffer from mental illness.
A student-run journal is currently accepting both scholarly and creative submissions surrounding the topic of feminist and queer studies. “Sprinkle: an undergraduate journal of feminist and queer studies” is in the early stages of its 14th volume, and is accepting…
Shane Dawson, Ellen DeGenerous, Lana Del Rey and J.K. Rowling — all of these people have one thing in common: they’ve been cancelled.
Since the turn to virtual life, “Netflix and chill” took on a new and literal meaning. According to a Twitter poll of 39 participants conducted by Mustang News, Netflix is the favorite streaming service among Cal Poly students and faculty.…
Food science sophomore Jena Lee spent $160 on application fees, only to be rejected by three property management companies and lose almost 20 houses to other applicants.
“We spent hundreds of dollars on housing applications, and we’ve reached out to countless leasing offices,” Lee said. “We came back with zero.”
On a casual midnight in San Luis Obispo, sophomore Andy Do and his friends spontaneously decide to make the trek to Boba Stop for a night of laughs, boba and popcorn chicken.
A sweet honey smell, creamy milk tea and fond memories are just a peek into boba culture.
The pandemic has exposed the “outsider” mentality and the pulling of two worlds in the Asian community, he said.
A survey distributed by Mustang News on Jan. 25 asked Cal Poly students to rate their risk level associated with activities college students typically engage in like attending gatherings, going out to eat or going for a walk. Mustang News sent the survey to 12 randomly-selected general education classes with at least 60 enrolled students.