Shelbi Sullaway is a mechanical engineering junior and Mustang News opinion columnist. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. There’s no place quite like the library when you’re in college. The library is my home base when I don’t have classes. The first three floors are a go-to for studying or hanging […]
Shelbi Sullaway is a mechanical engineering junior and Mustang News opinion columnist. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. In my hometown, I have to cross windy freeway overpasses and awkwardly wait at crosswalks with cars passing at 50 mph just to get to my favorite coffee shop. Like most suburban cities […]
The free convenience shuttle known as Mustang Shuttle extended its hours and stop locations around campus this year, aiming to make Cal Poly more accessible. Students and employees can now use the shuttle during the day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. in addition to its current evening hours from 7 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. […]
The Office for University Diversity and Inclusion sent out an email seeking campus participation in upcoming open forums regarding the search for an Assistant Vice President for DEI Strategic Planning and Networks on Tuesday morning. The current Interim Vice President for Diversity & Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer [CDO], Dr. Denise Isom, has approved the […]
On a rainy Sunday evening in 2013, while driving through San Luis Obispo, Jon and Sara Peterson pulled over on Garden Street to take their newborn daughter on a walk through town. On the hunt for the perfect location to launch their coffee shop, the sight of a storefront with a “for lease” sign in […]
Other than those living in the Cerro Vista and Poly Canyon Village apartments, freshmen live alone in double, triple and quad rooms. In the South Mountain, yakʔitʸutʸu, Yosemite, Sierra Madre and North Mountain dorms, students share communal bathrooms by floor or cluster. Rooms are separated by gender.
Cal Poly students have noticed an increase in biking citations for those commuting to campus, sparking interest over whether the University Police Department (UPD) is cracking down on traffic violations this year. The intersection at California St. and Foothill Blvd. has become a recurring spot for traffic violations on bikes, according to reports from multiple […]
The Cross Cultural Centers showed some love to the creator of the “Love, Empathy, Respect” campaign as Associate Dean of the College of Science and Mathematics Camille O’Bryant was awarded the first Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Award. The campaign aims to bring more awareness on issues regarding diversity and inclusion within the campus community. Created […]
Business administration senior Matt Casadona recently turned his liking for a convenient, yet tasty food into an out-of-the-home business.
Students at Cal Poly express themselves through flow arts, a glow-in-the-dark, movement-based discipline including dance, juggling, fire-spinning, and object manipulation.
Cal Poly Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) will be outsourcing the Employee Vanpool Program beginning Oct. 31, and the change is raising concerns among employees. TAPS has considered the switch from Cal Poly vans to vans from the external company Enterprise for the past two years, according to University Spokesperson Matt Lazier. The Employee Vanpool […]