The “frankenstein press” has printed Mustang News since the 1960s.
At least one Title IX investigation will conclude Oct. 6, according to a written document shown to Mustang News.
Since launching Mustang News’ new integrated newsroom in September, I’ve been observing you, dear reader, from behind the shroud of Google Analytics. The results are nothing less than fascinating.
Strive and Struggle is a traveling exhibit that documents the history of the Civil Rights Movement on campus through old Mustang Daily articles.
Elise Krieghoff needed a bike. The sophomore women’s soccer player doesn’t have a car, so she sought a new mode of transportation at an unlikely retailer: a thrift shop.
Olivia DeGennaro Mustang News anchor Olivia DeGennaro talks with some of the local businesses at SLO Fest.
I should have looked at my watch for an official time of death. But what I can say is that at approximately 8:45 a.m. Friday morning, Mustang Daily was no more.
We’re producing two print publications each week and one traditional news broadcast, but the crux of our operation is moving online — a platform we can update dozens, hundreds of times a week.
There are some things Millennials just can’t live without: namely, their cell phones.
The house did not belong to them, but the dream was all their own.
Sam Gilbert is a journalism sophomore and Mustang Daily health columnist. Week five really brings a plethora of emotions. Sure, we’re only five weeks away from the most beautiful season […]