Chemistry professor Matthew Zoerb and a group of undergraduate students are conducting research to help people better understand the effects wildfires have on health and the environment. In the past few years, California has seen the most destructive wildfires in the state’s history, including the Camp Fire in 2018 and the Kincade Fire last October. […]
On Nov. 8, 2018, the Northern California town of Paradise saw the deadliest and most destructive fire in California history. The blaze burned more than 150,000 acres in 17 days. One year ago, Mustang News photographer visited Paradise. He returned to the same sites one year later to document the progress as the town attempts […]
Cal Poly architecture students are helping redesign Paradise, California after the November 2018 Camp Fire burned most of Butte County, killing 86 people and destroying 13,900 homes. Two architecture studio classes, taught by professors Stacey White and Kent Macdonald, are reimagining Paradise throughout their two-quarter course where students will redesign the buildings and many aspects […]
Mustang News photographer Connor Frost traveled to Paradise from his nearby hometown to capture the devastation.
Student comedians, singers and dancers performed in an on-campus variety show Thursday, Nov. 26 to raise money for Woolsey and Camp fire relief.
University Police have been sent to help evacuate areas affected by the Camp and Woolsey fires, and ASI is hosting a donation drive to make sure evacuees are supplied.