Ivy Alvarado was making a sandwich when her body hit the ground. The now 28-year-old San Luis Obispo local went into cardiac arrest more than 10 years ago while working at Subway, which left her in a coma for 10…
The Makeshift Makers Market gives small vendors and businesses chance to meet and connect with shoppers, clients, friends and community members while emphasizing locally-sourced origins.
President Jeffrey Armstrong and top administrators have argued for years that living on campus improves student’s retention rates. However, University Housing Director Jo Campbell said data she presented at an Academic Senate meeting Feb. 11 did not prove second-year housing causes…
According to the Safer’s website, the survey, offered Feb. 19 – March 18, will contain questions on personal experiences and opinions regarding sexual assault, as well as awareness about current policies on campus.
Twenty individual conference titles, 28 program records, 157 conference all-academic honors, a state-of- the-art facility renovation and five NCAA Championships appearances are all part of Milich’s achievements.
“There are so many new stories to tell … I like comics, I grew up on Marvel comics, but god damn,” Lee said to the audience. “Lets have some fresh stories please. Young people, make some stories, tell your stories.”
Kristin Smart’s disappearance shocked San Luis Obispo in 1996. Then and now, the community has pushed for a deeper investigation. 23 years later, new evidence related to person of interest Paul Flores, the person to have last been seen with Smart, is being investigated. This is a timeline of the case.
“People need to see it for themselves,” Kaila Dettman, the executive director of the Land Conservancy, said.
Oscar award-winning filmmaker, actor, writer and producer Spike Lee will come to campus on Monday, Feb. 10 in the Recreation Center Main Gym for a moderated Q&A discussion.
The BLM Bakersfield Field Office issued a Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement on Dec.12, 2019 stating that “there are no adverse environmental impacts due to hydraulic fracturing that cannot be alleviated.” The decision opened up land within Montaña de Oro and the Carrizo Plain National Monument to oil drilling and fracking.