RL Grime sells out The Graduate

Get ready for a late night and a packed house.

Mustang News, Nov. 19, 2013: A look behind the gate of the Cal Poly pier, Homecoming royalty crowned

Olivia DeGennaro [follow id= “LivDeGennaro”] Mustang News anchor Olivia DeGennaro covers today’s biggest news at Cal Poly.

“The Graduate” to stop at PAC

An iconic 1967 film will meet the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center (PAC) on Nov. 19 with L.A. Theatre Works’ radio theater production of “The Graduate.”

Mustang Minute, Oct. 4, 2013: Students share their passion for line dancing

Mustang News reporter Lisa Diaz talks with students from Cal Poly’s Country Line Dancing Club about a long-standing tradition on campus.

Big Gigantic, Michael Menart, Break Science and Griz take over Grad

Hanna Iazzetta hiazzetta@mustangdaily.net The dance floor vibrates as the beat drops for the first time. Several eager fans kick around, arms flailing as the opening act begins. It is 9 p.m. on a Sunday, but that doesn’t stop the rest…

Big Gigantic to bring “sensory overload” to Graduate

Big Gigantic mixology: one part saxophone, one part drums, two parts DJ. Mix well. Add half a thousand fans. Place onstage at The Graduate. Enjoy. The electronic dance music (EDM) group Big Gigantic will take the stage at San Luis Obispo’s…

Line dance blues

I would like to say I consider myself a pretty good dancer. I was lucky enough to inherit the dancing gene from my grandmother who was the jitterbug queen back in her day. At family functions, I tend to be…

Go country at The Graduate

Tuesday is Dollar Daze, Wednesday College Hump Night and Friday Noche Caliente, but Thursday marks the most popular San Luis Obispo night of them all — Country Night. The Graduate turns from a sports bar into a country-style barn dance…

Jack's Mannequin brings 'People and Things' to SLO

Andrew McMahon started playing and writing music when he was 9 years old. He knew what he wanted, and that was to be a professional musician — it’s “the only thing I’ve ever set my eyes on,” he said. Twenty…