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ASI resolution urges Cal Poly to provide alternate financial opportunities for undocumented students

Cal Poly does not currently have a protocol to provide jobs for students who do not have a social security number, according to Dream Center coordinator Kathrine Zevallos Pastor. But the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors unanimously passed a resolution urging Cal Poly to change that.  The board resolution urges Cal Poly to […]

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Cal Poly and the CSU system currently do not require the Chicken Pox vaccine

According to California State University (CSU) Immunization Requirements (Executive Order 803), students are permitted to attend a CSU for up to an entire academic year before providing proof of full immunization upon the campuses’ discretion. University Spokesperson Matt Lazier wrote in an email to Mustang News that the CSU immunization policy requires proof of measles, […]

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How a water conservation senior project turned into a company of 25 employees with nationwide reach

In the midst of the record-breaking California drought in 2014, three Cal Poly students decided to use their senior project to try to help stop water leaks.  They began designing a device that would monitor a consumer’s water usage during the month and hoped it would inspire people to pay closer attention to their consumption. […]

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Cal Poly donor charged after killing freshman Jordan Grant while crossing Highway 101 at El Campo

A driver who allegedly made an unsafe left turn causing a crash that killed Cal Poly computer science freshman Jordan Grant has been criminally charged. Driver Richard Giuli was charged with a single count of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter without gross negligence. If convicted, Giuli faces a fine of $1,000 and a maximum of six months […]