Author Archives: Kaytlyn Leslie

Kaytlyn Leslie is a journalism junior and Mustang Daily Editor-in-Chief.

RPTA students to raise money for cancer victim’s family

The Cayucos woman and Cal Poly alumna who captured hearts following an appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” this ...
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A liberal dose of engineering

Very few majors offer students the chance to work in both the arts and sciences simultaneously. In fact, at Cal ...

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The college of engineering and the college of liberal arts unite to offer a new major.

The (picket) line in the sand

poster of coffee cup that says "grounds for strike"

To strike, or not to strike — this is the real question put upon Cal Poly faculty this week as ...

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Then there were two

The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI), presidential debate saw more than the one anticipated candidate when biomedical senior Nha Ha announced ...

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Social sciences junior Katie Morrow (left) and biomedical engineering senior Nha Ha (right) spoke at the ASI presidential debate in the University Union Plaza on Thursday. —Kaytlyn Leslie/Mustang Daily

Music department honors former trombonist

The Cal Poly Music Department also announced plans to remember former part-time faculty member Roy Main, who died from a ...

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Music department loses its ‘heartbeat’

 

Ross Sears, a percussion teacher in the Cal Poly music department, died March 18 at the age of 61.

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Journalism has a problem.

It’s not the lack of money (though that does definitely exist). It’s not that technology is ...

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Budgets threaten FLASH study

A Cal Poly-run study on college student health and fitness could be gone in a flash, before the study’s initial ...

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Police investigate three alleged assualts

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Let me just say Wednesday was a day from hell.

Not most of the day of course. The beginning of ...

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