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Journalism senior Michael Frank created a film festival to showcase young filmmakers.
It was one of the championship games of the Holcombe Rucker Community League’s summer session in New York. The game was held in a gym in the projects of the Bronx in New York City. A high school kid from…
Mustang News anchors Brian Robbins and Michael Frank have this week’s top stories.
Toth has been a lot of places because of basketball. Two of those places were the army and Cal Poly.
The Cal Poly baseball team is having a bounce back season, how have they done it?
Two of the Mustangs’ best golfers, Jesse Yap and Jordan Wright, show off their skills.
“I played JV basketball for two years once and I averaged 0.14 points per game so… yeah.”
From Boz Scaggs to Hoodie Allen, here were the top 10 concerts at Cal Poly for 2015.
10. Boz Scaggs Date of performance: May 19Number of tickets sold: 1,156 9. Mamma Mia! Date of performance: April 6Number of tickets sold: 1,183
8. Nutcracker Performers: The Civic Ballet of SLODate of performance: Dec. 13Number of tickets sold: 1,189
7. Whose Live Anyway? Performers: Cast members of the TV show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”Date of performance: May 28Number of tickets sold: 1,191
6. The Piano Guys Performers: Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp NelsonDate of performance:
Joel Awich has had a long journey from his native Kenya to Cal Poly’s basketball program. He hopes to continue it to the Big Dance.
Prep yourself before the big game.
Cal Poly takes their rushing attack to Cheney, Washington to take on the pass-happy Eagles of Eastern Washington.