Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) hosted a “Meet Your Representative” event on April 22 for students to discuss policy with US Rep. Salud Carbajal (D-CA) before the upcoming 2022 election. Carbajal currently represents the 24th Congressional District of California which includes both San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara County, as well as a portion of Ventura […]
Letter to the Editor: Cherisse Sweeney and Abrianna Torres are wolves in sheeps’ clothing
Ethan Stan is a city and regional planning graduate student. The views expressed in this letter do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. In the upcoming local election, San Luis Obispo voters will see a long list of candidates for Mayor and City Council. Two prominent candidates, Cherisse Sweeney for Mayor and Abrianna Torres […]
Cal Poly Democrats host third annual Democratic convention
Cal Poly Democrats partnered with the San Luis Obispo Democratic Party to host the third annual SLO County Democratic Convention last weekend.
Perspectives: Gun control
Dean and Atienza write about their views on gun control relating to toxic masculinity, feminism and sensationalism.
Moving forward from the Alabama Special Election
Chase Dean argues that perpetrators of sexual assault will no longer be tolerated in the 2018 political arena.
Could the GOP bypass democracy?
There was once a time when election-year fanfare did not make its conquest before the winds shifted toward springtime. The candidates dared not breach that crucial threshold between the TV and your living room during the frigid death throes of January. The warring factions saw mutual disadvantage in mobilizing their troops before securing enough resources […]
Democratic Congress had it coming
Conservative columnist Andrew Nenow discusses why he believes Republicans picked up 65 seats in the house.
What it means to be a Conservative
The government has Republicans, Democrats and, now, a Tea Party too. The race is on to see which one will give the American people the loudest voice in politics.
Prop. 19 defeat and other results get variety of reactions
The mid-term election held on Tuesday brought about varied reactions from Cal Poly students.
Health care reforms not Obama’s Nov. promises
Is Obama’s most recent outline for health care reform really up to what he promised back in November? As a candidate, Obama’s health care platform was multifaceted and ambitious.