When Kayla Tresser and Taylor Enders neared the end of their final spring quarter at Cal Poly, Tresser proposed a plan that would take them on a wild ride across […]
Update Feb. 14: The 469 students who have tested positive for the coronavirus during the winter quarter include those living on campus as well as off-campus in the San Luis […]
As of this week, 6,266 members of the San Luis Obispo community were vaccinated against COVID-19, not including the health care staff vaccinated by certain hospitals or assisted living facilities, […]
Although Cal Poly is on the quarter system, both Winter and Spring quarters will maintain minimal in-person learning, according to University Spokesperson Matt Lazier.
The purpose of doing baseline testing is to find out how many people have COVID-19 and are asymptomatic, and prevent them from spreading the virus, Medical Director of Dignity Health California Central Coast Laboratory Services Kevin Ferguson said in a town hall on Thursday.
San Luis Obispo County has 473 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Wednesday, June 24 — up 20 cases from yesterday, according to County Public Health.
Update: Title revised to say “summer 2020” instead of “fall 2020.” SLO Days, the summer orientation program for incoming freshmen students, will be a fully virtual experience, New Student and Transition […]
The university extended the date for incoming freshmen students to edit preferences on their housing application from May 7 to June 1 due to COVID-19 complications. The pandemic, which has […]
Goodwill stores and donation sites in San Luis Obispo county opened their doors May 23 — a somewhat last minute reopening when the county gave permission for certain retail stores […]
Gov. Gavin Newsom temporarily closed Orange County beaches after seeing “disturbing” images of last weekend’s influx of people to beaches in the area, Newsom announced in a press conference today. […]
San Luis Obispo now has 149 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Thursday, April 23 – up 7 cases from yesterday, according to the County Public Health. Of the total […]