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Posted inCOVID-19

SLO County now vaccinating entire phase 1b, making more groups eligible

Vaccine eligibility in San Luis Obispo County now encompasses all of the education sector, agricultural workers, emergency services, unpaid caregivers and people ages 16-64 who have certain health conditions, according to a March 10 press briefing.  This encompasses Cal Poly employees, as the vaccine is now approved for higher education workers and student employees. San […]

Posted inNews

Recreational sports to resume today, but Cal Poly club sports still uncertain

Recreational athletes have been forced to put a hold on their preferred sports since the pandemic began last spring. Today, these athletes will finally be able to play their sports again.  Recreational sports are allowed to resume with modifications on Friday, Feb. 26 according to the California Health Department.  This applies to all youth and […]

Posted inStudent Life

Students seeking sustainable produce look beyond the grocery store

Conjoined carrots, pointy potatoes, zig-zagging zucchini – not all produce turns out looking perfect. In fact, the United States Department of Agriculture estimates that one third of all produce goes uneaten. This is in part because the produce simply looks too imperfect to sell, even though it’s perfectly edible. Many people looking to reduce waste […]

Posted inArts

Meet four students bringing back barbershop music

What is professional barbershop entertainment? “Think about four dudes wearing bowties and straw hats,” business administration sophomore Joey Lombardi said. Simple Harmonic Motion is a barbershop quartet made up of four Cal Poly students: Lombardi (bass), industrial engineering sophomore Dylan Moreland (second tenor), computer science and mathematics sophomore Justin Privitera (tenor 1) and physics sophomore Jacob […]