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last update: 10-23-20
Tianna Arata, a prominent Black Lives Matter protest organizer in San Luis Obispo, has shaken up people all across the country for her vocal activism and powerful demonstrations.
Lydia Dasari is a business administration junior. The views expressed in this letter do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. Proposition 16 affects all Californians, not just Asian Californians. I address this to us, Asian people at Cal Poly, because…
Tianna Arata is a local activist fighting for racial equality. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. I am writing this letter in regards to my name being addressed in the Mustang News story “Meet The Eight…
Computer science alumna Jasmine Patel recently published the children’s book “Runtime,” which tells the story of the main character “Char” entering a world of coding and bugs that need fixing. Described as similar to “Alice in Wonderland,” the book also…
Cal Poly’s on campus Bollywood dance club, Masti, recently held virtual auditions for the 2020-2021 academic school year. The club, created by business administration junior Tarika Malhotra in 2019, will begin its virtual season next week.
Many businesses have felt the impact of COVID-19, but according to San Luis Obispo Repertory Theatre (SLOREP) artistic director Kevin Harris, among the most affected businesses in San Luis Obispo County are local theater.
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Cal Poly has been without athletic contests since March, and until recently, many of the athletic programs have been sidelined. In correspondence with San Luis Obispo County Public Health, many programs either had very strict practice protocols or no practices at all due to COVID-19.
Wagman, who pitched for Cal Poly Baseball from 2010 to 2013, nearly accomplished that dream when the Athletics signed him to a minor league contract in 2014. The Chicago White Sox drafted Wagman a year prior in 2013.
Although the probability of a collegiate athlete moving on to play professionally is relatively low across all sports, that has not stopped some Cal Poly athletes from chasing their desires of becoming professional athletes.