The 1977 and 78 grads have recently published “The Insider’s Guide to Media Training: 99 tips to Survive your Interview in the Digital Age”, a book they wrote with the intention of helping nervous people learn what to expect during an interview with media.
Journalism professor’s take on the importance of diversity in curriculum
“Some would say, you know, ‘Why does it matter here? There are not very many Black people, there are not very many people of color,’” journalism professor Julie Lynem said. “But I would argue, in many ways, it’s even more important because there’s such a lack of visibility, lack of voices being heard here.”
Want a customized balloon? This new student-run business has you covered
A student-run business is brightening up people’s day with customized balloons.
Is Journalism Broken? Expert panel discusses the future of media
Cal Poly alumni and guests gave advice on the journalism industry during the bi-annual Jim Hayes Symposium on Oct 12
KCPR turns 50 this weekend and you’re invited to celebrate
Here’s everything you need to know about KCPR’s 50th Birthday Party, a weekend-long celebration.
15-Minute update: Students rally against sexual misconduct and Firestone Walker Brewing Company introduces new beers
Mustang News anchors Austin Linthicum and Nicolas Gonzalez have today’s top stories.
15-Minute Update: A senior project turns into an empowering movement and the Madonna Inn hosts a fashion show for the Women’s Shelter
Mustang News anchors Lauren Ipsen and Lauren Pluim have today’s top stories.
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Don Bartletti speaks on immigration
Right now, one of the most heated topics in the United States is how to handle southern immigration from Mexico. The term “immigrant” has many definitions for different people — from the founders of our nation to families looking for a fresh start in a new country to thieves, killers and rapists coming to America […]
A Cal Poly journalism alumnus who found success in the music industry returned to campus on Monday, Oct. 17 to give students advice on making the most of their time here. “Flohr’d” is how RCA Records felt about Bruce Flohr, a former KCPR DJ and journalism alumnus, when they offered him a paid position while […]
How to combine art and beer
Seeing full-length tables on lawns around San Luis Obispo is not uncommon.
Mustang News: Quarter in review
Mustang News anchors Ben King and Citlaly Santos review spring quarter’s biggest stories.