Cal Poly and the City of San Luis Obispo are partnering to hold a memorial service tomorrow for San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) Detective Luca Benedetti, who was shot and killed in the line of duty last week. The memorial will be held at the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center on Thursday, May 20 […]
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Walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations now available in county
Walk-in COVID-19 vaccinations are now being offered at San Luis Obispo County vaccine clinics in Paso Robles and Arroyo Grande. Vaccinations are available at the Paso Robles Event Center and the South County Regional Center in Arroyo Grande. The vaccine clinics are open next week on Wednesday, May 12 from 12–6 p.m. and Friday, May […]
Bill reintroduced to protect public lands and rivers across the central coast
The bill, known as the Central Coast Heritage Protection Act, proposes protection for lands in Los Padres National Forest and the Carrizo Plain National Monument.
Cal Poly to host fifth annual Social Justice Teach-In
The College of Liberal Arts is hosting its fifth annual Teach-In on Thursday, Feb. 11. The event will have scheduled Zoom workshops and talks throughout the day focused on equity and social justice.
Safer’s stalking awareness month goes virtual
Cal Poly’s recent increase in reports of stalking incidents is making this year’s Stalking Awareness and Prevention Month all the more important to staff and students. Safer launched its campaign “Know the Case, Reclaim the Space” to help the community identify and define stalking behaviors. “Stalking is one of the most misunderstood, delegitimized (and often […]
Student-run Subaltern Magazine returns for a second volume
Two Cal Poly students have teamed up to produce a second volume of The Subaltern Magazine to give a platform for student stories that often go unheard.