Post graduation, some Cal Poly students aspire to obtain a Juris Doctor (JD) to pursue a career in the legal field; however, preparation for law school begins early during one’s undergraduate years. By taking relevant classes, completing internships, joining clubs and gaining real-world experience, students can become better suited for the trials of law school. […]
Illuminate Dance Showcase shines a light on Cal Poly’s cultural dance groups
A crowded audience filled the Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Feb. 12, holding bouquets for their favorite performers. The Illuminate Dance Showcase was back for its fifth year and opened to a sold-out venue. United Movement, a non-audition dance group at Cal Poly, hosts the showcase annually, this year being led by UM’s co-presidents Daryl […]
Previously on… Survivor: How one Cal Poly club is recreating a television series on campus
This quarter, students started the new club Cal Poly Survivor, based on the hit TV show of the same name. Club members can be a part of the action or produce the show itself, competing in different challenges to win immunity and avoid being voted off the show. The Cal Poly Survivor show is set […]
The balancing act: the life of the student unicyclist
There are many ways to get around on campus, but for one group of students they prefer a single way. Mustang News Reporter Jillian Butler shows us how the Unicycle Club wheels around.
Sustainable fashion and “thrift culture” on Cal Poly’s campus
Recently, secondhand fashion has played a large role in many students’ style choices. From strutting around in their vintage finds to hosting secondhand clothing sales on Dexter Lawn, sustainable fashion has become ingrained into Cal Poly’s student culture. “I think second-hand plays an immense role in campus culture,” Cal Poly’s Sustainable Fashion Club president Emily […]
Cal Poly’s Ultimate Frisbee team is back and better than ever
Cal Poly’s Division 1 Ultimate Frisbee team, SloCore, is back with a make-up season. Due to a canceled season last year, both graduated and current students at Cal Poly are allowed to participate in the tournament. Mustang News Reporter Blas Alvarado spoke with the players as they gear up for nationals in late December.
Kickin’ it off with a classic: New ASI Intramural Sport on campus
Three nights a week, 44 teams of students take to the Lower Sports Complex to face off in a new addition to ASI’s intramural sports lineup –– kickball. Mustang News Video Reporter Brady Caskey tells the story of how kickball came to be and how it has been received by the community.
La Celebración 24° del CultureFest anual: La Importancia de Representación en un Instituto Predominantemente Blanco (IPB)
[metaslider id=”230202″] Photos by Jackie Espitia El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por José González. La University Union estuvo llena de música, puestos y comida para la 24° celebración anual de CultureFest de Cal Poly el sábado, 23 de octubre. A semejante tiempo que Mustang Family Weekend, estudiantes […]
24th annual CultureFest: The importance of representation at a primarily white institute
Siga aquí para leer este artículo en Español. The University Union was packed with music, booths and food in celebration of Cal Poly’s 24th annual Culturefest on Saturday, Oct. 23. Lined up with Mustang Family Weekend, students and their parents could be spotted enjoying the day’s festivities hosted by the Multi-Cultural Center. “I think it’s really […]
“Fitness sorority” starting at Cal Poly this year
An organization that aims to make college women feel more comfortable in fitness has reached colleges across the U.S. and is now coming to Cal Poly. The club, Changing Health, Attitudes, + Actions To Recreate Girls (CHAARG), is led by political science junior Casey Lundberg who is the Cal Poly CHAARG ambassador and president. Lundberg […]
Club chartering for the 2020-2021 school year on hold until further notice
Cal Poly clubs will not be able to renew their charters for the 2020-2021 academic year until further notice, according to Assistant Director of Student Clubs and Organizations Chip Neuenschwander. The annual chartering process is required of all California State University (CSU) clubs, which includes mandatory training for club officers on how to operate their […]