For classes taught year-round, professors have had a few quarters to practice teaching in the virtual environment. For classes taught only once a year, however, the virtual teaching space is new. Art and Design Foundation Studies II (ART 103) — a course on color theory — is taught only in winter.
Upon the closure’s announcement, those who would be impacted began to plan for how to best minimize the negative effects of the close of the second largest employer in San Luis Obispo County. And while the county and state prepare for the closure, Mothers for Nuclear are fighting for the opposite.
Diablo Canyon’s closure may not have as disastrous an economic impact as previously thought.
A new solar farm and the infusion of sustainability in curriculum are among two efforts that helped the university earn a gold rating from a sustainability tracking system, according to sustainability coordinator Kylee Singh.
The walk home for many students got a little brighter earlier this month with the installation of two new street lights near campus. The City of San Luis Obispo Department of Public Works has installed one at Hathway Avenue and Via Carta near the Recreation Center’s beach volleyball courts and another at Grand Avenue and […]
Three downtown locations will now be designated as rideshare pick-up and drop-off stops. From 11 p.m. to 3 a.m., Uber, Lyft and taxi drivers will have open curbs to stop at on Higuera Street, between Garden and Chorro streets, and at the curb in front of the restaurant Luna Red. The rule began Oct. 1, […]
The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Recreation Center lap pool, which was closed during the summer for re-plastering and concrete pouring, has reopened. Lap pool users will not notice any differences, according to ASI director of facilities management Ron Skamfer. Only the degrading materials, including the plaster and concrete, were replaced. The pool is visually and […]