Shots fired: Cal Poly’s new archery club

The club is still in its beginning stages, but it's open to any and all who’d like to try it. Read More »

Two juniors passionate about archery have chartered a Cal Poly club dedicated solely to the sport, which they say is harder than people think. | Annie Vainshtein/Mustang News

Sorority’s Best Dance Crew to break it down for a cause

Cal Poly’s Theta Chi chapter will host its sixth annual Sorority’s Best Dance Crew on Monday at 7 p.m. in Chumash Auditorium. Read More »

Nine sororities will compete to raise support for Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Luis Obispo. | Theta Chi/Courtesy Photo

Kreuzberg, CA: More than their mason jars

If you've lived in San Luis Obispo and have regular access to SoundCloud, you've probably stepped into Kreuzberg at least once. Read More »

Annie Vainshtein is a Mustang News coffee columnist who writes about her adventures (and misadventures) with her favorite caffeinated beverage. | Joseph Pack/Mustang News

Time With Eric: The Alexandre dream

Your dream is like a seed, plant it, nourish it, and it will grow. Read More »


WATCH: KCPR’s Open Mic Night

If you missed the event, you can still watch KCPR's Open Mic Night. Read More »

Open Mic Night

A message from Kid President to you

Before Kid President could kick off his appearance at Cal Poly Wednesday night, I had the pleasure of meeting Robby Novak — the president himself — in person. Read More »

Kid President

The Audio Files: Why college radio matters

Before the Internet, YouTube and iTunes, college radio provided a way for new bands to get exposure to audiences who craved new, alternative music. Read More »

Aloe worked at KCPR as a student until she graduated in 1993. | Elizabeth Aloe/Courtesy photo

Make space, here comes free play

Have some time between classes? Why not add to the art gallery exhibit? Read More »

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Tuesday Tunes: Feb. 24, 2015

From Eminem to Elton John. Read More »


Chinese New Year Banquet: Tai chi, hip-hop and lion dancing, all in one place

There was a flurry of activity at the 58th Annual Chinese New Year Banquet on Saturday night. Read More »

The banquet was hosted by the Cal Poly Chinese Student Association (CSA). |  Celina Oseguera/ Mustang News