Gov. Gavin Newsom is fighting for his political career as a Republican-backed petition to recall the California governor recently surpassed the signature threshold to qualify for an election. At the […]
On April 7, San Luis Obispo County expanded vaccine appointment eligibility to individuals aged 16 and older. More vaccine appointments are available to students now than ever, as Campus Health and Wellbeing has started offering student vaccination appointments at the Health Center on campus, and an additional vaccine clinic has recently opened in the University Union (UU).
Research co-led by two Cal Poly marketing professors finds that political polarization in the U.S. has a substantial and often negative impact on individuals’ everyday lives as consumers, causing them to make purchasing decisions that align with their political affiliations.
Starting this academic year, freshmen admitted in fall 2020 to two Cal Poly colleges will be required to live on campus for their sophomore year.
A team of about 20 Cal Poly faculty across all six colleges has been collaborating since summer 2020 to launch a cross-disciplinary initiative that would expand opportunities in data science education to students from all disciplines as well as lay a pathway for more collaborative, data-driven faculty research.
Music professor Suzanne Duffy (upper right) performs Bach’s “Musical Offering” seperately in a recording studio to adhere to health guidlines.
Art and design senior Jo Anna Edmison did not have a set plan when she started capturing the stories of female surfers and skaters with her film camera. Three years later, she had turned her footage into an eight-minute short film that has been viewed around the world, and will now be featured in an in-person screening in San Luis Obispo.
Cal Poly’s Office of Writing and Learning Initiatives recently changed the options available for students to fulfill the Graduation Writing Requirement (GWR) — a CSU-mandated writing program that students must complete in order to graduate.
Medical Design Club, an instructionally related activity (IRA) in which student members propose and design solutions to issues in the medical field, has added three new projects to its current agenda.
County Clerk-Recorder Tommy Gong discussed common mistakes to avoid that can disqualify ballots as well as what to do if a voter makes a mistake.
Turning 21-years-old is often seen as a significant milestone, and for many, is considered the first real taste of adulthood. For students living in San Luis Obispo, going on a bar crawl downtown is the traditional way to celebrate, and is considered a rite of passage for many 21-year-olds.