New dietitian makes a wave of change

Students concerned with their nutrition now have a new resource available to help them make informed choices when eating on campus. For the last two months, Megan Coats — Campus Dining’s new registered dietitian — has been educating students on what dietary options are available at campus dining facilities, she said.

Mustang News, Nov. 6, 2013: Campus Dining plans to expand, Financial aid cancels federal loans

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Cal Poly Corporation planning new dining complex

The plan for the new facility is still being talked out within Cal Poly Corporation and among university administrators, Cal Poly Corporation spokesperson Yukie Murphy said.

Mustang Minute, Oct. 29, 2013: Campus Dining offers reusable containers

[follow id= “ChristinaFav”] Campus Dining now offers freshmen reusable containers to fill with food from 19 Metro and VG Cafe. Christina Favuzzi finds out about the Eco-To-Go program.

Mustang News, Oct 30, 2013: UCSB warns to stay away, University Store holds Halloween Sale

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100 enter, several steal from VG Cafe after closing early Sunday

Approximately 100 people entered VG Cafe around 1:30 a.m. Sunday, after it was closed, and police say several stole items from the restaurant.

Yogurt Creations to hold official grand opening

Kassi Luja [follow id=”KassiLuja”] Though Yogurt Creations opened early this past week, the frozen yogurt shop is holding a grand opening event on Oct. 3. at 10 a.m. The opening will feature various speakers including owner John Bolton and live…

Tacos To-Go bites into new location

Something is sizzling in Poly Canyon Village (PCV), and it isn’t just the heat. Tacos To-Go, the on-campus Mexican cuisine cart has expanded into a dine-in sized restaurant found in the heart of PCV offering more options and more elbowroom

Maximize your meal plan

Transitioning to college is difficult, but using Cal Poly’s offered meal plans makes living away from home easier. Not having to cook every meal allows students to focus on balancing their time studying, working and hanging out with friends. But what happens when, halfway through the quarter, you run out of Plu$ Dollars? And how do you make sure you have a varied, nutritious diet every week of the year?

Lightning strike brings down Cal Poly network

UPDATE 1:10 p.m.: Cal Poly Information Technology Services restored the university network system at approximately 11:45 a.m. Thursday, according to university officials. This allowed students, professors and administrators access to their My Cal Poly Portal, as well as their Cal…

Students to ‘eat fresh’

Subway, the international sandwich chain, is coming to Cal Poly’s campus this September after nearly a year of waiting for the restaurant famous for five dollar foot longs. Subway will be replacing the closed campus dining facilities The Park and…