Alexandria Scott
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Clergymen discuss faith and health care

A reverend and a rabbi discussed how their religious views agreed or clashed with health care reform before a small crowd in Philips Hall of the Christopher Cohan Performing Arts Center on April 14.

2,400 people participate in Miracle Miles for Kids

More than 2,400 racers crowded the starting line at Morro Rock Saturday for the 7th annual Miracle Miles for Kids 10k, a fundraiser for The Family Care Network, Inc. (FCNI) that took participants from the rock to Cayucos Pier.

Run or walk away from partner violence in a May 15 fundraiser

A woman’s partner hits her in their home while their children watch. In this episode of intimate partner violence, he physically beats her until he breaks her ribs. Her case of abuse was reported to the San Luis Obispo Women’s…

New master’s program awaits approval

Cal Poly’s Fire Protection Engineering (FPE) will be the only master’s program of its kind on the West Coast, and the third such program in the nation.

New campaign promotes CSU

The California State Student Association (CSSA) launched a  new campaign called  “California is Made in the CSU.” CSSA started the campaign early in March to educate the voting public about the value of California state universities, executive director Miles Nevin…

CAED one of three schools awarded worldwide

The College of Architecture and Environmental Design was one of three schools worldwide to be recognized by Autodesk Design Software for their expertise in building information modeling.