A survey distributed by Mustang News on Jan. 25 asked Cal Poly students to rate their risk level associated with activities college students typically engage in like attending gatherings, going out to eat or going for a walk. Mustang News sent the survey to 12 randomly-selected general education classes with at least 60 enrolled students.
Sixty-one Cal Poly students told the university that they were a part of the group of people congregating at Pirate’s Cove last Sunday, Vice President of Student Affairs Keith Humphrey wrote in a Facebook post. A Cal Poly Barstool post…
The San Luis Obispo City Council unanimously approved a permanent Voluntary Party Registration program Tuesday, Oct. 16. The program, which was piloted last year, allows students and residents to register parties with the San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) to…
SLOPD saw decreases in minor in possession violations, noise citations and noise Disturbance Advisement Cards (DAC).
The city council approved a program that will give residents 20 minutes to quiet down before police issue a citation.
Resident groups in San Luis Obispo are suggesting a keg registration due to loud noises from Cal Poly students.
This years WOW class may have different memories of WOW, ones with less parties and red cups.
Mustang News anchors Monica Roos and Avrah Baum update you on Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.