A crowd of about 200 people gathered at the intersection of Crandall Way and Foothill Boulevard the evening of May 25 to honor the 25th anniversary of Cal Poly student […]
Like millions of Americans, Cal Poly Political Science Professor Michael Latner still has student debt. He would benefit from President Joe Biden’s policy for widespread student debt cancelation. But even […]
Effective immediately, all higher education workers and student employees can register for a vaccination appointment, San Luis Obispo County COVID-19 Vaccine Task Force announced Wednesday. First-dose vaccine appointments will begin […]
K-12 teachers and childcare workers in San Luis Obispo County are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting next week due to a recent push from Gov. Gavin Newsom. San […]
Cal Poly’s saliva-based COVID-19 testing opens today, Feb. 18, at Poly Canyon Village (PCV) and is expected to become the University’s sole testing method on Feb. 25, according to a […]
Cal Poly’s Research and Economic Development Vice President Renee Reijo Pera will step down from her role in April, according to a campus-wide email.
After a sunny Tuesday, heavy sweeping winds and nearly constant rain began to pour down across San Luis Obispo County Wednesday morning. In a press release, PG&E warns its customers […]
The San Luis Obispo community has rallied around the Hemp Shak after a break-in two weeks ago, including support from surrounding businesses in posting rewards flyers and donating percentages of […]