SLO Queerdos drag queens and kings along with 7 Sisters Brewing Company are working to raise money for the local Women’s March in one fun-filled night.
“I’ve come to understand over the years that there is never a ‘perfect’ time to step aside from a position such as this,” Provost Kathleen Enz Finken wrote her retirement announcement. “There is never a time when everything is done, the work is completed, and one can move on knowing ‘it’s all set.’ If that time ever came, it would mark the end of progress, growth, and change for the betterment of the institution, our students, and society.”
A political science sophomore was backed by the San Luis Obispo County Progressives and won a seat as an Assembly District delegate for Assembly District 35.
“The biggest goal is to educate Cal Poly students,” business administration junior and co-president of Net Impact Jenny Hoekstra said.”The leaders of tomorrow now are going to know more about this, and whatever company hopefully they will be advocates for environmental and social impact that they can make.”
In Fall 2018, the LITC had 28 active clients, closed 10 cases and had $85,435 of liabilities reduced.
Two CLA Dean finalists will be visiting Cal Poly this week and students are encouraged to attend open forums, meeting the candidates.
Norovirus is a contagious illness that often results in nausea and vomiting. Several students have reported norovirus symptoms and one student living on campus was diagnosed on Friday.
In Feb. 2019, 20 members of AGC will continue to work on constructing the interior of tiny homes for veterans in need.
Students share their experience of being roofied in downtown San Luis Obispo and where they went for help.
Twenty year-old industrial technology and packaging senior Michael Kullman was found dead in a remote area of Montaña de Oro State Park on Friday, Jan. 4, according to a San Luis Obispo Sheriff’s Department news release. Kullman was reported missing…