Mustang News put out a poll on our instagram asking students to rate their mental health on a scale from 0-100. The poll received over 400 responses, with 124 of them rating their mental health at zero. The overall average rating was less than 50.
As the SLO County Local Elections draw near, students are evaluating their options — and according to recent poll data collected by Mustang News, issues such as affordable housing, police funding and homlessness are at the top of many lists.
Since the start of the 2020 spring quarter, Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) Events has offered a variety of virtual experiences to students, ranging from small scale games to keynote presentations and discussions.
Cal Poly’s on campus Bollywood dance club, Masti, recently held virtual auditions for the 2020-2021 academic school year. The club, created by business administration junior Tarika Malhotra in 2019, will begin its virtual season next week.
Turning 21-years-old is often seen as a significant milestone, and for many, is considered the first real taste of adulthood. For students living in San Luis Obispo, going on a bar crawl downtown is the traditional way to celebrate, and is considered a rite of passage for many 21-year-olds.
The former Cal Poly dance club “Urban Movement” changed its name to “United in Movement” this September.
He makes and delivers his own flavors of granola with the goal of raising money and awareness for non-profit organizations that he said he sees doing good in the world.
Plastic barriers between desks, double doors open to ensure proper air flow, students taking labs with masks and face shields on and occupying at 50 percent capacity with their partners over zoom — these are some of the precautions that…
The North County Adaptive Sports Program provides adapted physical activities for individuals living with developmental disabilities. The program serves participants or athletes from 14 to 70 years old throughout the Central Coast, and they engage in a variety of recreational activities such as basketball, volleyball and aquatics.
San Luis Obispo County’s recent move to the COVID-19 red tier — which is the second most restrictive tier on the California Blueprint for a Safer Economy — allows for movie theaters to open at 25 percent capacity, but the cost of operating with restrictions outweighs potential revenue, according to local movie theater managers.
Pre-COVID-19, architecture students spent hours producing drafts, drawings and models in their design studio classes. Online schooling presents an unexpected challenge to Architecture Studio Design classes, forced to alter their hands-on approach. According to architecture junior Tomy Stankiewicz, in-person studio…