Molly Clark has recently been hired as the first female director of Cal Poly Arts, succeeding Steve Lerian, and she has big plans for the 2022-2023 season. “I’m keenly interested in attracting a diverse demographic into our audience and a multi generational one,” Clark said. “We have a responsibility to react to things that are happening […]
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Day in the life under quarantine
Mustang News video reporter Brady Caskey takes us through a day in the life of a student under quarantine in San Diego, CA.
“The sky’s the limit” for Cal Poly Volleyball as they prepare for NCAA Tournament
This marks the first time Cal Poly has held back-to-back Big West Championship titles since the 2006-2007 season.
Volleyball to play University of San Diego in first round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament
The Mustangs have had their eyes set on the 2018 NCAA tournament throughout their dominant season — and now they know their first round opponent.
SLO Airport working to add new flight destinations
The airport was recently ranked the fifth-fastest growing airport in the United States by the Airports Council International.
Life on a sailboat: An alternative housing option
In order to pursue his dream job, one Cal Poly student found a new home on the water.
Tattoos with a feminist flare
When food science sophomore Fionna Fahey flexes her right bicep, she displays strength in more ways than one. Inked inside of her arm is the image of a woman with roses growing on her bare body where smaller, younger girls are watering them. Initially, Fahey wanted the tattoo for two main reasons: the drawing was […]
Mustang World News: John Glenn dead at 95, update on the Dakota Pipeline protests
Mustang World News anchor Connor McCarthy has the stories from around the globe this week.
Mustang World News: Sept. 30
Mustang News anchor Connor McCarthy brings you this week’s top stories.
Cal Poly to host ‘Celebration of Life’ to remember recent student losses
Cal Poly will hold a Celebration of Life on Jan. 8 at 5 p.m.
Geezer bandit from Cal Poly?
A recent report by CBS 8 San Diego speculated that the “Geezer Bandit,” who has been robbing banks in Southern California since 2009, may be a Cal Poly student. The report looked into the possibility that many of the Geezer Bandit’s appearances coincide with Cal Poly’s academic holidays. The FBI, however, asserted there is no […]