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Your guide to see Southern California’s super bloom

Blanketing the surrounding mountains in Southern California are beautiful, bright flower species. In the past, Super Blooms have occurred around once a decade, but just occurred in 2017 due to favorable temperatures, heavy rainfall and a lack of damaging winds, according to the California Department of Parks & Recreation.  Cooler temperatures have extended the opportunity […]

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Update: “Hazardous substance” found to be hot water after campus road closures and building evacuations

Update: 2:55 p.m. The hazardous substance was determined to be hot water from the central plant boiler by hazmat and Cal Poly emergency services personnel. The cause of the leak is still being determined, according to University Spokesperson Matt Lazier. All buildings are expected to be reopened by 3:30 p.m. and road closures are now […]

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Cal Poly launches tool to connect sexual assault survivors with local resources and take action

Cal Poly and several community partners unveiled a new resource for sexual assault survivors, assisting them in anonymously gathering information, exploring local services and reporting the crime when they are ready. In Seek Then Speak, Survivors are guided through a series of questions to determine the best options to get assistance. The free program is designed […]

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Supreme Court allows transgender military ban to go into effect as lower court battles continue

On Jan. 22, the Supreme Court voted 5-4 on the Trump Administration’s request to ban most transgender people from military service, while the court waits to consolidate lower court cases. This decision allows the Pentagon to prohibit the majority of transgender people from serving in the U.S. Military, with the exception of those who agree […]



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