“No justice, no peace!” hundreds of students chanted as they walked shoulder-to-shoulder down Higuera Street. Cardboard signs with names, “George Floyd,” “Breonna Taylor” and “ Trayvon Martin” written in all-caps, […]
The City of San Luis Obispo allocated $30,000 in grant funding for professional homeless outreach workers. The outreach workers will provide 20 hours of weekly service in downtown San Luis […]
This story will be updated as results come in. This story was updated at 9:20 p.m. to clarify that 61.9% of registered voters had ballots counted, not 61.9% of total […]
The San Luis Obispo City Council unanimously approved a memorandum of understanding with the San Luis Coastal Unified School District at a meeting Oct. 6, which will provide reimbursement for […]
In 1995, Kristina stepped onto the wood floor of The Graduate with her dance partner Steve Gee. Already a seasoned line dancer, Gee taught Kristina the two-step and she picked […]
Local band Classinova will be playing at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) Friday, Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. as the first of a series of artists in a new, free […]
If you’re a lot like me, who has spent lots (and lots and lots) of time consuming TikToks, you’re itching to find something better to do with your time. Here’s how to stay busy during quarantine.
“Doing the dishes did not spark joy. So we threw them all away.”
After the election in 2018, it was announced that only one streetlight would be installed every year and in a letter to the editor, why the plans for Street Light Installation Program were moving at a snail’s pace.
Dressed in traditional skirts with gold coins, students and community members shuffled into the Recreation Center dance studio. Amid the weights, treadmills and ab machines, they shimmied their hips and […]
For many college freshmen, meals in the residence halls consist of Top Ramen, pizza and microwaveable Hot Pockets. However, most college freshmen are not nutrition science freshman Summer Trenkle. Trenkle […]