Associated Students, Incorporated (ASI) Presidential candidates Tess Loarie and Brian Kragh participated in a virtual ASI Presidential debate on April 15, addressing a number of prominent issues facing Cal Poly’s community. These issues include support for marginalized students, insurance of students’ basic needs, ASI’s involvement on campus and the transition back into in-person classes. The […]
Letter to the Editor: For moderates (and everyone), Biden should be the debate’s clear victor
Jacob Lafarga is a history senior pursuing a teaching credential. The views expressed in this letter do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. On the night of Sept. 29, America was treated to a spectacle for the ages. The first presidential debate — if we can call it that — was held in Cleveland, […]
Five things you missed at the ASI presidential debate
The three Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) 2019-2020 presidential candidates met at 11 a.m. Thursday, April 18, in the Julian A. McPhee University Union (UU) Plaza to advocate their platforms and debate campus issues. The presidential candidates are environmental management and protection junior Mark Borges, communication studies sophomore Henry Broback and journalism freshman Alex Bires. Here is […]
Meet the three 2019-2020 ASI presidential candidates
Video by Austin Linthicum & Connor McCarthy Three candidates are campaigning to be the 2019-2020 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president. The president represents the Cal Poly student body and works closely with university administration. Alex Bires Journalism freshman Alex Bires is running for president while finishing his first year at Cal Poly. “I wanted to […]
Here’s what you missed at the SLO Mayoral Debate with Harmon and Gurnee
Find out where mayoral candidates’ stood on issues such as affordable housing and lack of diversity at Mustang News Mayoral Debate.
Perspectives: Gun control
Dean and Atienza write about their views on gun control relating to toxic masculinity, feminism and sensationalism.
Queer Town Hall: ASI Presidential candidates speak on queer community
Cal Poly Triota and Queer Student Union (QSU) hosted the first ever “Queer Town Hall,” in a Q&A format with the four Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidential candidates Monday. The meeting began with opening statements from the candidates, agricultural sciences junior Riley Nilsen, biomedical engineering junior Davis Negrete, business administration sophomore Archie Mitchell and political […]
Mustang World News: Oct. 7
Mustang News Anchor Anna George has the global headlines you need to know this week.
A two party look at the Presidential Debate
Two columnists take a look at their perspective side’s candidate during the Presidential Debate.
Here are the political issues students care about
Mustang News conducted a survey of 335 Cal Poly students concerning what political issues were important to them. Here’s what they had to say.
SLO Solidarity movement takes charge
SLO Solidarity continues to make an effort to diversify campus and encourage people to feel comfortable while on campus.