The annual Ballroom and Latin DanceSport Competition is twirling its way to Chumash Auditorium on Feb. 8.
Forget the steroids stories and cheating scandals — sports are a good thing. From badminton to basketball, there are benefits in every game. Team sports in particular build physical, mental and emotional health.
Aryn Sanderson email@example.com When Darlene Howard went through chemotherapy in Orange County, she couldn’t keep any food down — except frozen yogurt. But when Howard tried frozen yogurt in San Luis Obispo, she got sick. San Luis Obispo’s frozen yogurt…
Six of Cal Poly’s best and brightest computer programmers are preparing for the Southern California Regional “Battle of the Brains” competition on Nov. 12. The competition is a chance for participants to advance to the contest’s World Finals next year…
Behind the Farm Shop Building sits the old beat-up shell of a Buick LeSabre, with a green 80 painted on its side and the remnants of long empty beer cans scattered among the shabby interior.
Check out the video by Mustang Daily reporter Amber Kiwan on the softball game between the Mustang Daily staff and Cal Poly’s radio station, KCPR.
Cal Poly agribusiness students and their “Liora” Seedless Lemons won first place in the annual National AgriMarketing Association Student Marketing Competition in Kansas City, Miss. last week.
The team won sixth place out of 39 schools at an annual construction management competition last week in Las Vegas.
The Type Directors Club 55th International Traveling Show of typography competition winners is on display for the first time in the University Art Gallery now through Feb. 20.
Especially in the college environment, the use of Adderall is seen as socially acceptable, similar to binge drinking on the weekends. Like all other ADHD and ADD prescription drugs it’s a central nervous system stimulant. It allows users’ brains to concentrate more efficiently because it increases the levels of dopamine and norepinephrine.