Cal Poly challenging email that identifies party’s theme, host

University administrators are challenging the contents of an email sent to the Cal Poly Diversity Coalition that identified the host and theme of an “offensive” party now under investigation by the dean of students, a university spokesperson said Wednesday.

Story ideas flowing after Armstrong Q-and-A with Mustang News

In what’s become a semi-annual tradition at Mustang News, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong joined the staff for a Q-and-A on Monday morning.

Liberal arts dean pushes for college fee increase

The fee increase would bring the College of Liberal Arts college-based fee on par with the rest of the Cal Poly’s colleges, which all stand at $347.19 per quarter. The College of Liberal Arts fee is now $239.19.

Cal Poly Corporation planning new dining complex

The plan for the new facility is still being talked out within Cal Poly Corporation and among university administrators, Cal Poly Corporation spokesperson Yukie Murphy said.

Greek rush, soccer and an on-campus pub: Top stories from October

From the possibility of a pub coming to campus to the alleged burglary of VG Cafe, Mustang News had a busy first month in our new converged online newsroom.

UC Santa Barbara soccer rivalry tickets sold out

The Cal Poly Athletics Department gave away the last of its 11,000 tickets at approximately 10:35 a.m. on Thursday. Ticket representatives turned away students as they showed up at their office, telling them no more tickets would be printed before the 7 p.m. game in Alex G. Spanos Stadium.

ASI concerts: Who are you paying to see?

On a YouTube video seen more than 100,000 times, rapper Shwayze and company make their way to Cal Poly. Leaving Los Angeles hours later than expected on a Friday afternoon in May, Shwayze places a call to Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Events Director Missi Bullock.

Cal Poly officials considering pub on campus

Cal Poly officials, including University President Jeffrey Armstrong and Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Jason Colombini, are considering the possibility of opening a pub on campus, Colombini said Monday.

Cal State to support Obama higher education plan

The California State University is looking to work with federal lawmakers on controversial plans to enhance accountability across higher education.

Government shuts down, Education Department furloughs workers

The federal government is officially shut down today after weeks of debate in Washington.

CSU Chancellor White aims to increase student enrollment

Fresh out of a Board of Trustees meeting where Gov. Jerry Brown warned the California State University system against dwelling on increasing the number of students it enrolls, CSU Chancellor Timothy White did exactly that Friday at a press conference for student media.