On Nov. 19, the fourth annual Bash Cancer Fest was held at the Red Barn in Los Osos to raise money for kids battling cancer. This event was a family-friendly […]
The trajectory of one Cal Poly business administration alumnus’ life changed when his 12-year-old daughter was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, a form of cancer most commonly found in infants that affects nerve cells outside of the brain.
The sexualization of the female body is not the only explotative enterprise that comes from breast cancer awareness support.
Music and charity meet at local nonprofit Along Comes Hope and Intellectual Dance Music (IDM) Productions’ The Get It Gathering.
Four-year-old Mateo has an entire community and fraternity supporting him.
Students remembered and honored cancer patients for 18 hours for Relay for Life.
During the month of November, some men let their beards grow out to show support for prostate cancer patients.
Mustang News anchors Monica Roos and Avrah Baum update you on Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.
The proposed ordinance resulted from complaints about noxious odors from outdoor medical marijuana cultivation in a residential area.
The Cal Poly Relay for Life crew tied purple ribbons around trees and posts, and left chalk messages such as #beatcancer and #jointhefight on the ground around Dexter Lawn and the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) Plaza.
Business administration junior Sarah Islas opens up about a borderline malignant tumor found in her ovary, the multiple surgeries that followed and how support from family and friends were crucial to her survival.