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Introducing Aisle 6: a student-created publication on Asian American identity

Scrolling through the Instagram page “Aisle 6,” stories depicting the Asian American experience come to life. Born from the mind of graphic communication junior Kristy Leung, the digital publication shares pieces ranging from entertainment, music and politics and provides a space to explore and unpack racial identity.  Leung came up with the concept in August […]

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Clothing resellers address the ethical dilemma of upselling second-hand clothing

Scrolling through the fashion marketplace app Depop, thousands of thrifted finds flood its users’ screens. Buyers sift through $50 slip dresses, vintage band tees and an assortment of other hot commodities.  This influx of resold clothing and accessories paired with steep prices has sparked a conversation about the ethics of reselling used clothing, said local […]

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Cal Poly Standing with Survivors Event

Outrage from the recent on-campus sexual assaults and frustration against Cal Poly itself was the topic of text conversation between seniors Grace Battles and Maggie Freadman that eventually evolved into an upcoming campus-wide event — CP Standing with Survivors.  The event will be held in the University Union on Wednesday Oct. 27 at 4 p.m. […]

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Waking up a ghost town: Students feel invigorated, cautious and anxious to revitalize a quiet campus

Walking around campus last school year, walls were empty, hallways echoed and Cal Poly was swept into a slumber — “dead” even, kinesiology junior Cossette Gibler said. Now as the first signs of life return to the campus — with athletes, summer school students and others roaming around — students feel invigorated, cautious and anxious […]