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Course Description
Video
Pack your bags for a hands-on botany course that cultivates students' curiosity in the vast world of California's plants
Editor's Desk
No surprise — in Hollywood, Mustangs are the ones getting it done
Polytechnic
An alumnus is bound for space; humanitarian construction projects circle the globe; a new dean arrives; a cornhole game sets a world record
The Big Picture
Explore the new equine facilities made possible by a generous alumni gift
How I Learn by Doing
Do, like, filler words, um, hurt your professional credibility? Student Emily Bernstein explains.
About Campus
Women give each other a leg up at Cal Poly’s Recreation Center climbing park
Spaces
Video
Students and faculty drop, shake and slam package designs in the Packaging Dynamics Lab
Mustang Report
Baseball Coach Larry Lee notches his 500th win and looks back at his family’s legacy with the Mustangs
Q&A
Get to know Amy Fleischer, the new dean of the College of Engineering, and her passion for Legos
Ask the Archivist
Tracking the evolution of Cal Poly programs and departments over the generations
By the Numbers
Senior Nick Somera held his family close on the run of a lifetime from San Francisco to Baltimore
Alumni
After a career as a pilot, former Miss California Patricia Murray returns as the organization’s CEO
Online Exclusives
An inside look at how the cover of Cal Poly Magazine came together
Alumni
Inspired by the flavors of California, alumni startup Calwise Spirits opens a new tasting bar in Paso Robles
Mustang Voices
For Pulitzer Prize-winning alumni journalist Julia Prodis Sulek, a war on the news media comes with serious risks
Last Word
President Armstrong on creating opportunities for academically-outstanding low-income students
Alumni
Highlights and announcements from your friends and classmates, plus a fond farewell to a longtime Cal Poly advocate