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Cal Poly receives $100,000 donation to upgrade parallel computing lab

Imagine technology that uses the power of computing to determine the accuracy of wine grapes, aid in wildfire analysis and evaluate the influence of social networks and political ideologies. Thanks to a $100,000 donation from Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE), the Cal Poly parallel computing lab will be able to do all of these things.  […]

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Unemployment benefits for students could be extended until Sept. 2021

Update: The House of Representatives signed the $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill in the afternoon of Wednesday March 10. The bill, which President Biden is expected to sign on Friday March 12, includes extension of pandemic unemployment benefit programs, direct payments, and tax credit expansion.  Brendan Hoang, a Cal Poly graduate earning his master’s degree […]

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The pros and cons of virtual fall quarter

As Cal Poly moves into winter quarter, students and staff reflect on their fall quarter challenges and experiences. While it was ideal for some, many struggled with the nature of the online learning environment.   Political science junior Allison Polmar said she felt the fall quarter was particularly challenging.  “I feel like the professor’s expectations were […]



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