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Posted in2022 Election

Bruce Gibson ahead in SLO County Board of Supervisors race

At his election night party in Cayucos, Bruce Gibson wasn’t watching the news or checking results on his phone. He was shaking hands and thanking his supporters, offering them wine, cake and a night of dancing. The current chair of San Luis Obispo County’s Board of Supervisors, Gibson ran for the District 2 seat against […]

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“We believe in creating a woman-friendly world”: Hundreds gather to defend reproductive and abortion rights

More than 500 people attended the rally held by Women’s March San Luis Obispo on Tuesday, in support of protecting reproductive and abortion rights. The event held outside the San Luis Obispo courthouse was organized after a non-finalized Supreme Court draft opinion was leaked, potentially striking down Roe v. Wade – a decision that has protected […]

Posted inen Español

El gabinete de comida del Centro de Sueños de Cal Poly provee opciones saludables a los estudiantes

El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por Mieke Esparza. En una asociación con el Centro de Sueños, Campus Health and Wellbeing (Campus de salud y bienestar) ha abierto un gabinete de comida situado en el edificio de ciencias 52, cuarto E-11. Parecido al almacén de provisiones que también […]

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Cal Poly hosts annual Social Justice Teach In today

Cal Poly’s College of Liberal Arts is hosting its sixth annual Social Justice Teach In on Thursday, consisting of virtual and in-person sessions throughout the day. The teach-in will be a daylong series of workshops about equity and justice “designed to inform and inspire.” Starting at 9 a.m., scholars, activists and university professors from various […]

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San Luis Obispo indoor mask mandate to be lifted Feb. 16

San Luis Obispo County Public Health announced Wednesday that the county order requiring masks in indoor public places will be lifted Feb. 16. The mandate began Sept. 1. “Throughout the pandemic, we have sought to balance public health measures with pre-pandemic normalcy – this change reflects another such moment,” County Public Health Officer Dr. Penny […]

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Cal Poly’s LGBT Campus Life and Pride Center now fully operating from University Union

After having a temporary location in yakʔitʸutʸu to help freshman students acclimate to college life, Cal Poly’s Pride Center has made a full shift to operate primarily from the University Union (UU). During fall quarter it operated from two locations: the UU in Room 209 and the elewexe commons in the yakʔitʸutʸu dorms. Pride Center […]