Mustang Daily vs. KCPR softball game

Check out the video by Mustang Daily reporter Amber Kiwan on the softball game between the Mustang Daily staff and Cal Poly’s radio station, KCPR.

Budgeting with billion dollar cuts

Governor Jerry Brown presented the May Revision of the California budget May 16.

BLOG: Limiting qualities of unlimited news media

If information is power, then it must be a good thing that these days it is not only reaching us faster, but it’s also reaching more of us.

From stunt team to student government

While success does not seem too far out of reach for the newly-elected president, until she officially takes office on June 20, she said she is exactly the person her campaign platform said she is: a regular student.

Poly Canyon Village gets gold star

The design firm behind Cal Poly’s newest student housing, Poly Canyon Village, received an award for “Best New Development” from the Student Housing Business Magazine last week.

Speculation and unrest: setting the price of gasoline

A comprehensive breakdown of the factors that cause gas prices to rise.

BLOG: Raising the bar even when interviews aren’t up to par

It is understandable that some people are better speakers than others and some people don’t do as well as others when put on the spot. But what about when the subject just does not seem interested in the topic at all?

The B Foundation back to Central Coast to headline show at SLO Brew

The B Foundation returns to the Central Coast armed with a new lineup and a fresh supporting act to headline a show at SLO Brewing Co. April 7.

BLOG: Complexities of religion in the media

I spent more than a week talking to people who follow different faiths and hold different spiritual beliefs. It was all part of the interviewing process in preparation for my article about religion on campus. The conversations were enlightening, inspirational,…

BLOG: Anonymity in the name of Starbucks

Anonymous sources are often utilized by reporters who are investigating very serious stories, so I was a little surprised when I discovered that I could not disclose the names of Starbucks employees in my story about Starbucks’ new drink size.…

White Gowns display at Museum of Art inspires recycling and innovation

Melinda Forbes is an artist and a dressmaker, but above all, she is a self-proclaimed recycler and sustainability guru.