The CDC updated the guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals on May 16, stating that they are allowed to resume activities they did prior to the pandemic without wearing masks or staying six feet apart, except where it’s required by law.…
The Associated Students Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors will vote to decide if they should create a Secretary of Accessibility on Wednesday, May 19. The purpose of the Secretary of Accessibility would be to promote accessibility and disability awareness on…
Before the pandemic, incoming animal science freshman Tyra Adair had her heart set on attending University of California (UC) Davis. However, once the COVID-19 pandemic hit, it caused her to reconsider her priorities, which ultimately led to her decision to attend Cal Poly.
Kinesiology graduate Brian Ebisuzaki used to love visiting the Starbucks in the University Union (UU). He would always make a point to greet the employees and strike up a conversation about their day. After getting his drink, Ebisuzaki would walk up to the second floor and start a conversation with a friend, or even a stranger. All of that was taken away when COVID-19 hit, and Ebisuzaki found himself back in his parent’s house.
When computer engineering senior Alyssa Liu left for college, her little sister gave her a shoe box filled with letters. Each letter had instructions for when she was supposed to open it; one was for when she missed home, another for when she got her first bad grade. Whenever Liu was feeling down or overwhelmed, she turned to the shoebox for comfort.
That shoebox became the inspiration for Foveo, an app that Liu and her team are working on developing as their senior project to help college students who suffer from mental illness.
Shane Dawson, Ellen DeGenerous, Lana Del Rey and J.K. Rowling — all of these people have one thing in common: they’ve been cancelled.
On and off over the past 13 years, pop icon Britney Spears and her conservatorship have been a subject of public discourse. Earlier this month her situation was thrust back into the spotlight after The New York Times released a documentary entitled, “Framing Britney Spears,” that gives new insight into her conservatorship and court battle with her father.
After examining the San Luis Obispo Police Department’s (SLOPD) decision to use tear gas at a June 1 Black Lives Matter protest, the City Council will review ten areas in which SLOPD can improve its police response.
For many, the word “witch” brings to mind images of green women with large noses, covered in warts and tall pointy hats. What most people don’t know, however, is those stereotypes are largely rooted in anti-semitism and misogyny, which doesn’t accurately represent the true history of witchcraft.