Men walk in high heels to protest sexual assault

Three hundred people signed up to walk a mile in high heels through downtown San Luis Obispo.

Cal Poly considers ‘year-around’ schedule, other plans for development

The “year-around” schedule will increase graduation rates but decrease the number of students on campus at any one time.

Musty the Mustang Facebook account run by student, not administrators

Cal Poly students have received Facebook friend requests throughout the year from an account called “Musty the Mustang.”

New buildings in the works

Though the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) recently began discussing the construction of the James G. Boswell Agricultural Center, that’s not the only project in mind for Cal Poly.

Mustang News, May 6, 2014: Armstrong's vision for 2022, inside a night of green and gold

Mustang News anchor Jenna Brown covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

The vision: Armstrong lays out future plans for Cal Poly

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong presented his vision of Cal Poly in 2022 in a keynote speech at the Performing Arts Center this past Friday.

ASI issues semester survey info

Sean McMinn Student opinion when it comes to semesters is still unclear at Cal Poly, according to the results of a new survey published by Associated Students, Inc. (ASI). Leaders of Cal Poly’s official student government said after surveying more…

Cal Poly semester decision part of bigger picture

Sean McMinn Many students know by now about the proposal to convert Cal Poly to a semester campus. Professors have made sly references to the switch during classtime, Associated Students, Inc. has surveyed random students on campus and President…

Semester recommendation to be made at end of quarter

Sean McMinn In just eight weeks, the Cal Poly Semester Review Task Force will have an answer to the question: Should Cal Poly become a semester campus? The eight-week timeline for the task force is one of the shortest…