Why your music sucks: Rap edition

Rap music is meant to be lyrically driven, a steady beat behind the powerful voice of a poet who speaks to an audience entranced by each melodic syllable escaping the speaker’s mind. Unfortunately, we’ve reached a point where this is no longer the case. Read More »

Nick Larson is a kinesiology senior and Mustang News' sports editor. Today he's here to explain why rap music sucks. | Photo illustration by  Joseph Pack/Mustang News

The Audio Files: SLO Brew may be closing, but the show’s not over

The music scene will live on. Read More »

San Luis Obispo's music scene may take a hit when SLO Brewing Co. closes its doors — but that doesn't mean it's the end. | Dylan Sun/Mustang News

Doughnuts without leaving bed: SLODOCO partners with Uber for finals

Mmmm. Doughnuts. Read More »

For $10, students can order half a dozen donuts to their front doors, courtesy of SLODOCO and Uber's partnership. | Annie Vainshtein/Mustang News

‘I don’t listen to women’ and 7 more sayings from Brother Jed

Ouch. Read More »

'Brother Jed' preached controversial perspectives on women, sex and faith, sparking apologies from Christian students to those offended. | Georgie de Mattos/Mustang News

‘Herstory’ in the flesh: San Luis Obispo’s founding women reminisce on tougher times

The women stood tall, determined and eager to make an impact. Read More »

The History Center of San Luis Obispo County held a walking tour of photographs of the city's founding women. | Annie Vainshtein/Mustang News

From riches to religion: A professor’s story of monasteries, road trips and a growing passion for education

Did you even know we have a Religious Studies minor? Read More »

Dr. Stephen Lloyd-Moffett

Tuesday Tunes: March 10, 2015

It's that time of the week again. Read More »


Toro y Moi bringing ‘New Beat’ to SLO Brew

Catch him on March 25. Read More »

Toro y Moi's next album is slated to drop April 7. | Creative Commons

Food for thought: ‘Fear no Fruit’

"Don't judge a fruit by its skin." Read More »

The documentary features Frieda Caplan, who introduced hundreds of exotic fruits and vegetables to America.  It aims to educate its audience about where their food comes from. | Fear No Fruit/Courtesy Photo

The Audio Files: Soundtracks of our lives

Music and memory. Read More »

KCPR DJ Brad Johnson wrote that musical nostalgia holds a unique power. Listening to music from our past can transport us back to just about any phase of our lives. | Dylan Sun/Mustang News