Mustang News anchor Katie McDermott covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.
Fencers from around the area came to Mott Gym to compete in the 2014 San Luis Obispo Open.
The proposed plan would implement a 1,475-person residence hall specifically for freshmen near the Grand Avenue entrance to the campus.
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.
Mustang News reporter Lisa Diaz went to Grover Beach to see how a group of Cal Poly students is making an impact on the community.
The Real Food Collaborative held a menu testing on Monday. Reporter Jenna Brown joined the club on Dexter Lawn to check out the locally grown food options.
Students stopped by the library on Wednesday to visit with some therapy dogs before midterms. Reporter Jenna Brown joined them to see how visiting with therapy dogs can be a fun way to relax.
Daniel Estes, economics and political science third year, decided to restart the Cal Poly Democrats after seeing a need for a group that would allow students on the liberal end of the political spectrum to come together and express themselves.