Armed with just a 16-millimeter camera and more than 700 feet of film, art and design sophomore Jo Anna Edmison spent her summer recording strangers surfing and skateboarding. On the sunny boardwalks of Venice Beach, Edmison began to piece together her original film, “Stoke Chasers.” In each dreamy, sun-kissed frame, not only does she hope […]
The journey began in 2016 when Smith covered 460 miles from Eugene, Oregon to Mountain Home, Idaho.
The first generation of skaters watch in support as the current generation moves the medium forward with new flare.
Broadcasting from Studio 300 on Cal Poly’s campus, anchors Brian Robbins and Allison Martinez bring you this week’s top stories.
Mustang News anchor Leah Horner has the headlines you need to know going into this week.
The grand opening drew a crowd of approximately 1,000 people.
If you have been thinking that you and your peers are getting more tickets in the last year, then you are right. According to a Mustang News data analysis, the University Police Department (UPD) has been giving out twice as many tickets this year.
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) hopes to reevaluate the bike and skateboarding policies on campus, promoting bike safety and possibly working to legalize skateboards on campus.
Ashley DeVriend talks to students about skateboarding policies on campus.
Mustang Daily Staff Report firstname.lastname@example.org It may be against the law to skate at Cal Poly, but don’t toss away the boards just yet — the South County Skate Park is reopening after more than a year of closure, and under the San Luis Obispo YMCA, it’s said to be better than ever. Located in […]
Laura Pezzini email@example.com Skateboarders on Cal Poly’s campus pride themselves on their ability to charm their way out of a citation. “I got pulled over like once, and I kinda talked him out of it,” Cal Poly Longboarding Association of America founder and landscape architecture alumnus Cameron Turner said. “I kinda told the officer that […]