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Cal Poly no ‘ayudará o apoyara a ningún acción ejecutoria de inmigracion’ en los pasos de el fallo de DACA

El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por Bryanna Hernandez. El Vicepresidente de asuntos estudiantiles de Cal Poly, Keith Humphrey anunció el jueves que la universidad no cumplira con la oficina de Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas de Estados Unidos (ICE) después de que un juez de […]

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Students criticize Cal Poly’s neglect of historic financial aid programs while expanding others

While Cal Poly’s College Based Fee (CBF) increase will provide more aid to low-income students, many are criticizing the school for not supporting their current financial aid programs — which students say are now struggling. The administration said the newly-approved fee increase is an alternative to expanding Cal Poly’s existing low-income support programs: the Educational […]

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Meet Gracie Babatola, Cal Poly’s ASI president-elect who campaigned on “rebuilding connections”

When Gracie Babatola, the only sophomore Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidential candidate and the only one without ASI experience, heard her name called as the newly elected 2022-23 ASI president, she was shocked. “I genuinely was very surprised,” Babatola said. “I looked around to see if other people heard … It was surreal.” When Babatola […]

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ASI presidential candidates debate campus issues, priorities

Seven candidates for Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president discussed topics such as diversity, equity and inclusion and advocated for changes to ASI’s bureaucracy at the ASI Presidential Debate Thursday morning. Each candidate gave one-minute responses to questions asked by Mustang Media Group editor-in-chief and journalism senior Tessa Hughes and ASI Board of Directors and political […]

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Students lost access to engineering rooms after repeated mask violations

Access to an engineering building was restricted to students after repeated university masking violations, according to an email Aerospace Engineering Department Chair David Marshall sent students on Feb. 14. Marshall announced in the email that access to “department spaces” on the third floor of Engineering IV (building 192) would be limited until further notice. He […]

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Yosemite Residence Hall floor reopens to students one week after electrical fire

Students living in Yosemite Residence Hall tower 6 are allowed to return to their dorm rooms one week after an electrical fire on their floor caused them to evacuate, according to messages obtained by Mustang News. University Housing notified students living on the second floor of the building, where the fire broke out,  that they […]