‘Monster storm’ heads to San Luis Obispo

Expect rain tonight, with the possibility of heavy rainfall, and a thunderstorm.

The baker, the ‘momma,’ the worker: Cal Poly Sage restaurant supervisor Karen May dies of heart attack

“She did something beautiful. She took a group of kids here that, out there, wouldn’t make sense together.”

Photos: Panhellenic organizations meet new recruits

Fall recruitment was a week long process from Sept. 23- 30.

Changes coming to Cal Poly dining

Changes include two new restaurants and talks of changing meal plans.

Governor Brown signs ‘sip and spit’ bill: underage students now able to taste wine

The law will allow California public university students enrolled in enology or brewing programs to taste wine in a classroom setting.

Looking back: A survey of alcohol-related arrests in San Luis Obispo

Mustang News conducted a survey of 3-4 years of alcohol-related arrests during the holidays and events that have a reputation among locals.

Continuing the legacy: Kappa Sigma receives charter

After two years, Cal Poly’s Nu Alpha colony of Kappa Sigma fraternity is now an official chapter of Kappa Sigma.

IFC committee set to plan Greek Row

Members within the Interfraternity Council (IFC) invited national Theta Chi vice president and California lawyer William Palmer to help Cal Poly plan a Greek Row.

District 2: The victors of Greek Week 2014

Sunday had only one event, but all the Greek Week teams gave it their all to bring home the gold.

On last day of Greek Week left, District 5 still holding first

Throughout many activities and competitions this week, District 5 has come out on top. They have been in first place since Wednesday.

Pepper spray OK on campus, but not always best choice

University Police Department Chief George Hughes confirmed students, faculty and staff members are allowed to carry sprays like mace and pepper spray on campus and in buildings, including University Housing units.