Just one more drink: On-campus alcohol poisoning calls on the rise this year

According to University Police Department numbers, there were a total of 63 alcohol and drug related hospital calls made on campus last year. With the current academic year almost over, there have already been 58 calls.

Cal Poly considering charging for weekend parking

According to UPD associate director Cindy Campbell, other California State University campuses charge for weekend parking.

Architecture students build 'ParaSITE' projects

Freshman architecture and architectural engineering students will participate in ParaSITE, a project in which they must design a full-scale structure that will temporarily attach to an assigned space.

Kennedy Library celebrates Dr. Seuss' birthday

Mustang News reporter Katie McDermott takes a look at how Kennedy Library celebrates Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

Mustang Minute: Cookies at the Craft Center

Mustang News reporter Ashley DeVriend takes a look at decorating cookies in the Craft Center.

Real Food Collaborative brings local foods to campus

Real Food Collaborative (RFC) — a campus club dedicated to healthy food awareness — is continuing their mission to bring healthful local foods to Cal Poly students by offering a three-course menu tasting on March 10.

Health Services reaches full capacity

Health Services announced Monday that it would not accept any walk-in appointments, due to the large number of students who had already scheduled consultations for the day.

Thank you for the nomination …

Whomever is nominated must chug a beer — or another creative alcoholic concoction — within 24 hours of being nominated to complete the challenge.

Inter Housing Council rolls out new office

Inter Housing Council, the student government group that represents all on-campus student residents, has doubled their number of officers in the past year and opened a new office, called ROLO.

Career Services reaches out to Cross Cultural Centers

Career Services is bringing its resources right to students’ doorsteps — or at least to the doorstep of the Cross Cultural Centers.

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.