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Cal Poly football player arrested for DUI

Cal Poly offensive lineman Marvin Abou has been suspended from the football team. Read More »

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Cal Poly launches Portfolium network

Cal Poly has just partnered with a company called Portfolium to help give students an edge in finding jobs after graduation. Read More »

Portfolium

Homeless Awareness Week comes to Cal Poly

Homeless Awareness Week (HAW) includes five days of events in which students can be educated on the topic of homelessness in San Luis Obispo County. Read More »

Homeless Awareness Week will begin on Monday and host a series of events to raise homelessness awareness. | Andrew Epperson/Mustang  News

Swastika graffiti near AEPi house not an attack, chapter president says

The graffiti appeared late Saturday night. Read More »

The swastikas were painted across the street from the main house of Alpha Epsilon Pi. | Andrew DaRe/Courtesy Photo

Greek life off social probation after 13 weeks

Chapters can register social events as long as they adhere to the party registration policy. Read More »

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Guayaki yerba mate returning to Cal Poly

I had no idea how big yerba mate was — this company, this drink, had a whole culture behind it. Read More »

Guayaki yerba mate could be returning to Cal Poly. |Lindsy Mobley/Mustang News

Center for Leadership and Service comes to Cal Poly

The new center on campus offers students hands on experience refining their leadership skills to make them more marketable in the workplace. Read More »

Cal Poly Leadership and Service

Cal Poly Pride Center hosts monthlong LGBTQIA pride event

On April 1, Cal Poly kicked off its annual Pride Month: a monthlong celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and asexual (LGBTQIA) community on campus. Read More »

The Pride Center is primarily responsible for funding Pride Month's multiple schedule events. | Iliana Arroyos/Mustang News

Amid administration salary dispute, faculty voice concerns in forum

During the forum, one professor said Cal Poly staff and faculty feel demoralized and want to see action. Read More »

Cal Poly Faculty

UPD escort van service no longer driving off campus

The University Police Department (UPD) escort van's original intent was to serve the students residing on campus, but some off-campus students feel its services should be expanded to them as well. Read More »

The escort van's original intent was to serve only students living on campus. | Daniel Dempster/Mustang News