This week, San Luis Obispo County opened two new COVID-19 testing locations that offer free tests by appointment only. The Paso Robles Event Center in Paso Robles and the Veterans Memorial Building in Morro Bay opened for COVID-19 testing on Monday, Oct. 5 and Tuesday, Oct.6, respectively. Free COVID-19 testing is still offered at the […]
Long-awaited Taqueria Santa Cruz Foothill location is now open for business
Taqueria Santa Cruz Express is now open between Domino’s Pizza and Milk In It on Foothill Boulevard. Gonzalo Hernandez, co-owner of Taqueria Santa Cruz with his brother Victor, said he hopes the new location will level out their customers. He said he expects the Foothill location to be busy with college students from Cuesta College […]
One of the best beach volleyball teams in the nation doesn’t have their own courts. That may change soon
The Cal Poly Beach Volleyball team may get their own venue on campus in time for the 2019-2020 school year. A proposal for the construction of five new sand volleyball courts behind Mott Athletics Center awaits final approval by the University Space Management Committee. The primary reason for the new courts, according to head coach […]
Woodstock’s Pizza is now bigger than ever
Woodstock’s reopened Sept. 24 complete with 24 new beer taps, a triple deck oven and “Backyard Room.”
Workout waits no more: Rec Center updates gates
Over the summer, the Recreation Center underwent renovations to improve entry wait lines and add new equipment.
New student living community is move-in ready
The final touches are being added to Cal Poly’s newest addition, the yakʔitʸutʸu living community, which is set to be ready for students to move in by Sept. 14. Cal Poly worked with the Northern Chumash to create the yakʔitʸutʸu community, which includes seven residence halls ranging from three to five stories, all named after […]
New retro coffee shop brings alternative vibe to town
The coffee shop will open at the end of April or beginning of May
Fall applicants set new record
Cal Poly received a record breaking number of applications for the 2016-17 school year.
Yes, you’re spending too much on textbooks
This post has been paid for by Cal Poly Corporation’s University Store, and does not reflect the editorial coverage of Mustang News. It’s the beginning of the school term and students rush into their new classrooms. After the professor welcomes them and explains the course objectives, the class syllabi are passed around, disclosing the required textbooks. […]
Poly Playbook: Men’s basketball falls to Hawaii, football signs 19 recruits
Basketball’s loss, football recruits and more.
30-Minute Update: Cal Poly named ‘Best in the West,’ pier opens its gates to the public
Mustang News anchors Mallory St. George and Shannon Durkee update you on Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.