MakerSpace’s Clay Night brings out the sculptor in everyone

Potentially the best place to make your mom crafts for her birthday.

Mustang News, Feb. 20, 2014: Dorm comment period extended, list of possible ASI performers leaked

Mustang News anchor Olivia DeGennaro covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.

Sweat, Red Bull and making a difference: Q&A with Awolnation’s Aaron Bruno

Awolnation frontman Aaron Bruno’s grungy, unkempt blond hair — parted perfectly down his scalp — and shiny black shoes with blue-and-white checkered socks matched perfectly with his wide, blue eyes, almost said it all as he took the Recreation Center stage Thursday.

On-campus construction continues to cause delays

Cary Subel, an industrial engineering senior, uses his iPhone for most things, even to navigate Cal Poly’s campus via the Cal Poly application. The university app has a lot of campus related information, but Subel mostly uses the campus map…

San Luis Obispo County mountain bike organization works on local trails

Two San Luis Obispo trails were renovated on Sunday Oct. 10 by the Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers (CCCMB) to improve their safety and accessibility to users.

Local elementary school hosts Special Olympics event

San Luis Obispo’s Teach Elementary School held a recreational Special Olympics event for 15 resident athletes of San Luis Obispo County on Saturday.

Incoming Poly athletes talented, acclaimed

Here’s a look at some of the promising incoming Cal Poly freshmen athletes looking to hone their skills and show their talent on Mustang turf.

Kyle Smith (Baseball)

Smith comes to Cal Poly from Fresno, where he hit .430 with eight home runs and 36 RBI in his final year of high school.

Cal Poly's 1960 football team to receive honor

The 1960 Cal Poly football team will receive an honorary induction into the Cal Poly Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 29.

Cal Poly will host two campus events honoring the team and the unique legacy it brings to the history of the university.

A late-afternoon private ceremony will be held dedicating Mustang Memorial Plaza, a 15,000-square-foot space honoring the 18 members of the Cal Poly family who lost their lives in the tragic Oct.