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Dollar garage sale attracts national attention

Matt McGill, Rhys Jansen and Nick Shorts had too much junk in their garage. Read More »

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President Armstrong responds to salary disputes: ‘You have a right to be angry’

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong called for a listening session in Chumash Auditorium to discuss the faculty and staff salary issues at hand. Read More »

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Recent study proves Cal Poly work in Peru a success

Cal Poly's Learn By Doing philosophy stretches farther than just the San Luis Obispo campus. Every summer, it’s practiced by students in Peru. Read More »

Camacho (far left) and Chavez (far right) said many Cusco residents use the stoves installed by Cal Poly students years ago. | Jim Keese/Courtesy Photo

Here’s how the Fall 2015 admitted students stack up

To start, the average GPA of admitted students is a 4.0. Read More »

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ASI Board of Directors Approves Resolution for Open Course Evaluations

At the meeting last week, the ASI Board of Directors approved the resolution to open up course evaluations for students to reference when choosing their classes. The next step is asking the university to look at this possibility. Many universities already offer evaluations for students to see. Read More »

Dean of Students Jean Decosta to retire this fall

Rosie Guzman Special to Mustang News Cal Poly Dean of Students Jean DeCosta has announced her plan to retire this... Read More »

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Fraternity life after disaffiliation

Another fraternity was reprimanded, DSP has been disaffiliated. Read More »

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Faculty rally to protest lack of salary increases

Signs saying “Money for managers, promises for profs!” and “The mustang has lost its way!” pointed to the concerns surrounding faculty pay and administrative bloat. Read More »

Faculty, staff and students joined together to protest instructors' low wages. | Joseph Pack/Mustang News

30-Minute Update: Four injured in Isla Vista shooting, controversy over Cal Poly’s Master Plan

Mustang News anchors Ben King and Sam Doty update you on Mustang News’ biggest stories this week. Read More »

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United Nations University summit to study drought

It’s easy to stay in Cal Poly’s isolated bubble of green lawns and flowering plants. It’s easy to forget we’re in a drought. Read More »

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