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Ten Thousand Dollar Grant Gets Awarded to a Cal Poly Start Up Business

The delivery service Quickie was launched late last year by two Cal Poly business administration sophomores who were looking for a fast solution to get snacks and basic items on campus. “It’s all about convenience. We’re students who understand how stressful college is and it makes it a lot easier for students,” business administration sophomore […]

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Didn’t make it to SLO Film Fest? Here’s what you missed

Audio by Jordan Triebel and Nico Vinuela Filmmakers and film-lovers returned to the theaters in person this year for the 28th annual San Luis Obispo International Film Festival after two years of an online format due to COVID-19.  The SLO Film Fest showcased 121 films in the span of two weeks at locations across San […]

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Listen: Increased break-ins at off-campus residences prompts SLO police to enforce new measures

A recent surge of break-ins in the neighborhoods surrounding Cal Poly is threatening the safety of the Cal Poly Community. According to the San Luis Obispo Police Department, burglaries in residential areas are up nearly 78% from the same time period last year. Psychology sophomore Abby Abraham is among the various Cal Poly students whose […]

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Listen: Cal Poly Construction Management Wins Big At Regional Competition

Students from Cal Poly’s Construction Management Department took home multiple awards at the Region 7 Associated Schools of Construction Student Competition in February. Ten of the 12 teams from Cal Poly placed in the competition, building a strong reputation for the university at future competitions.  Construction management senior Thomas Rogers was co-captain of the concrete […]