Mustang News, April 30, 2014: Science-based degrees fighting unit cap, a look inside ROTC training

Mustang News anchor Christina Favuzzi covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

Mustang News, April 15, 2014: ASI active campaigning starts, inside ROTC meals

Mustang News anchor Katie McDermott covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

Cal Poly community responds to Boston bombings

Aerospace engineering freshman Noah Falck didn’t hear the bombs explode at the Boston Marathon finish line. He had finished the race almost an hour and a half earlier and was resting in a massage area for runners — a safe distance from the destruction wreaked by the bombing. But when another runner told him there had been two explosions, Falck worked his way back to the finish line area to help however he could.

Injured veterans’ cycling tour brings them to Cal Poly

Sean McMinn is a journalism junior and Mustang Daily contributing writer.  Some rode by themselves, while some relied on their companion’s help. Some peddled with their legs, while others used their arms. But for all, it was a cheerful and…

Cal Poly reacts to death of Osama Bin Laden

Reactions to the death of Osama bin Laden, leader of al-Qaida, are mixed among Cal Poly students.