WATCH: Mustang News chats with President Armstrong

Leah Horner sits down with President Armstrong with questions tweeted from students.

Is studying 25-35 hours a week realistic?

“You would get A’s in all your classes if you studied 25-35 hours per week.”

ASI survey recommends pub, movie theater in UU

A pub and a movie theater are among the top 10 recommendations for improvement of the UU made by students, faculty and staff through an April survey of the ASI Facility Master Plan.

Sullivan looks for support to keep Student Success Fee allocation up to campus, not state

Currently, how the Student Success Fee is used is up to the campus. ASI President Joi Sullivan wants to keep it that way.

Mustang News Now: 1-Minute update

Mustang News anchor Leah Horner has the headlines you need to know going into this week.

Faculty association battles for new contract with CSU system

The CFA and Cal Poly have been fighting for a fair contract, but it’s been proving hard to come to an agreement.

Cal Poly, West Coast jump on the Yik Yak bandwagon

Approximately 23 percent of Cal Poly undergraduates currently use Yik Yak.

ASI fights possible Student Success Fee changes

At $780 per year, Cal Poly has one of the highest Student Success Fees in the California State University (CSU) system, totaling approximately $14 million this academic year.

President Armstrong presents expansive vision for coming academic year

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong outlined his vision for the next academic year at Fall Conference this Monday, detailing plans that would increase Cal Poly’s recognition as a nationally competitive university.

Armstrong: University will investigate connection between drugs and football team

Armstrong addressed the possible connection between Sunday’s attempted robbery and the shooting of ex-football player Geoffrey Hyde in 2013. Hyde was shot in what police said may have been a drug deal gone bad.