How flexible are your instructors? To what extent do concerns about finances impact your ability to work or study remotely? One Cal Poly professor wants to know. In an attempt to gather more information about the challenges of remote learning, the College of Engineering recently sent out a survey hoping to gather insight about the […]
Author Archives: Julia Kryzan
SLO will close downtown streets for dining on weekends, creating more space for social distancing
As more “lower-risk workplaces” begin to open throughout San Luis Obispo County, officials continue to work together to promote public safety and prevent the spread of COVID-19. San Luis Obispo County is currently in stage two of the four-stage resilience roadmap outlined by the state of California. The city of San Luis Obispo plans to […]
The show must go on: Spring dance concert goes online
In the wake of the coronavirus, campus events have been drastically modified and even canceled. Many theatre arts students in Dance Concert Practicum (DANC 341) have long awaited the annual spring dance concert. However, this spring the show will persist — online. The theatre and dance department’s spring dance concert is produced, directed and choreographed by […]
Fifty dates in fifty states
Connected by a screen, more than 1,000 miles apart, I sipped a grapefruit-flavored hard seltzer as he enjoyed a Twisted Tea. I’m on a date with a man I’ve never met before and probably never will.
Students have the option to take classes Credit or No Credit — except these five majors
Students have the option to select Credit or No Credit grading for a Spring 2020 course through June 5, but five majors out of 60 undergraduate programs are not giving students this ability.