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15-Minute update: Students ring in the Lunar New Year and practice healthy living during Body Positivity Month
Mustang News anchors Austin Linthicum and Joey De Anda have today’s top stories.
15-Minute Update: There’s a new art piece in Baker Science and men’s basketball snaps a six-game losing streak
Mustang News anchors Shanti Herzog and Lauren Pluim have today’s top stories.
15 -Minute update: Flu season hits Central Coast, Open Mic for Autism, and a new club on campus: SLIME
Mustang News anchors Emma Withrow and Kayla Berenson have today’s top stories.
Cal Poly Rose Float wins Founders’ Trophy
The Founders’ Trophy is awarded to the most beautiful float built and decorated by a community or organization volunteers.
Students battle long Health Center lines
Between five and 20 percent of the U.S. population will get the flu this year. If a student at Cal Poly falls into that category, their first stop will likely be the campus Health Center. However, students reported up to three-hour wait times when walking in to see a doctor this year, which can be […]
Students “Stand Above” violent extremism in panel discussion
The panel is a part of a Cal Poly senior project whose goal is to combat violent extremism via an educational campaign.
Why this election is nearly impossible to explain
Election years provide political science departments with opportunities to teach using real world examples of campaigns as they happen. But professors have been confronted with an unusual challenge this election season: how do you teach a presidential election that defies all norms? Professors had to rethink some of their material to reflect the unusual strategies […]
Former Apple Exec Inspires Art & Design Students
From famed packaging to world-renowned advertisements, one man has had a front seat to it all. The work of Hiroki Asai, Cal Poly alumnus and former executive vice president of worldwide marketing at Apple Inc., is currently being displayed at the University Art Gallery through Nov. 4. Asai returned to his roots at the Cal […]