Shades of Cal Poly is run anonymously. They have chosen to remain anonymous in this article. In their second year at Cal Poly, communications and ethnic studies major Rey Smith […]
Editor’s note: This article first appeared on KCPR.org, the website of Cal Poly’s radio station. A red Solo cup being held up to the night sky has become a familiar […]
Mustang News put out a poll on our instagram asking students to rate their mental health on a scale from 0-100. The poll received over 400 responses, with 124 of them rating their mental health at zero. The overall average rating was less than 50.
Reports of stalking to Safer have increased since Cal Poly began promoting “Stalking Awareness Month” on campus three years ago. “The numbers that we have aren’t necessarily indicative of all […]
To Cal Poly students, Learn by Doing means getting experience in your field from day one. For alumnus Joel Flory, it means founding a multi-million dollar startup that reaches creatives […]
Think twice before rushing to get a shot at the latest Instagram fad: it may be causing more harm than you think.
Freet’s senior project highlights the difference between the struggles we face and the way we present ourselves on social media.
Blake Silva designed and sold shirts to raise money for a family who lost their home in the Thomas Fire.
Zelda is the official Unidog for Brooklyn Owl, a company that creates unique products for both humans and pets.
After receiving responses to photos of food on personal accounts, two students were inspired to create a food Instagram.
Cal Poly students optimize their social media presence by turning it into a business venture.