9 Cal Poly Facebook pages you need to ‘like’ right now

Facebook comes in handy not only to stay in touch with friends and family, but also to help you connect with the campus community. Here are pages that can assist you with that.

NCAA backs unlimited meals and snacks for student-athletes

The NCAA passed legislation allowing Division I athletes unlimited meals and snacks.

The Rise

Athletics Director Don Oberhelman can’t pick a favorite Cal Poly sport — to him, it would be like a parent trying to pick their favorite child.

School spirit is more than just a game

Once again, it’s here. Thousands of students will rush to Alex G. Spanos Stadium on Friday night in hopes of watching Cal Poly trounce UC Santa Barbara’s soccer team.

Autumn All-Stars: Grosz, Hollander and Keddy prepare for big seasons

Come September at Cal Poly, the stands at Alex G. Spanos Stadium will be filled and the bleachers in Mott Athletics Center will be packed.

Student-athletes stick together

Stephan Teodosescu steodosescu@mustangdaily.net From practice to team dinners to traveling for away contests and gameday, Cal Poly student-athletes spend an immeasurable amount of time with their fellow teammates. So it’s no wonder that when it comes to housing, one might…

Life after college sports

Stephan Teodosescu steodosescu@mustangdaily.net Many NCAA athletes’ dreams is to go pro in their sport. After all, the professional ranks are where the money is, where the glory is, not to mention, where all the fun is too. For many of…

WARNING: No staff/faculty allowed

Victoria Billings victoriabillings.md@gmail.com Faculty and staff are facing off against the Cal Poly athletic department in a dispute over who has the right to use Mott Gym’s lockers and shower facilities. In the past, Cal Poly employees have made use…

Students go the Mustang Way with new initiative

Laura Pezzini lpezzini@mustangdaily.net Students walking alongside the University Union may notice the new signs that have been placed at each end of the path, labeling it the “Mustang Way.” It’s not just a street name, though, it’s a reference to…

New ‘kids’ take over Cal Poly’s campus

While most Cal Poly students were home for the summer, or jetting across the globe on adventures, a new group of students came to campus. They’re slightly shorter than traditional Cal Poly students, and most of them don’t have driver’s…

Cal Poly Athletics puts student before athlete

It’s summer and most of Cal Poly’s student body is taking a reprieve from school. While the same can be said for many Cal Poly student-athletes, once school begins in the fall, it will be time to hit not only…