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“It’s like coming home”: Looking back on the Women’s March SLO Engage for Equity rally 

Audio by Torstein Rehn Women’s March SLO held the “Engage for Equity” rally at Mitchell Park in San Luis Obispo on Saturday March 5.  The rally ran from 1-3 p.m. and featured speakers such as San Luis Obispo Mayor Erica Stewart, yak titʸu titʸu yak tiłhini Northern Chumash Tribe member Wendy Lucas, GALA Pride and Diversity […]

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California Schools Still Will Require Masks Even After Mandate is Lifted

California Health and Human Services (HSS) announced Monday via a press conference that, despite the change in masking requirements for vaccinated individuals indoors, students and teachers in California schools are required to continue wearing masks regardless of vaccination status.  Although we are “getting to a place where we can relax state-wide masking requirements,” Secretary Mark […]

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Cal Poly ofrecerá servicios gratuitos para la declaración de impuestos a personas de bajos ingresos

El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por José González. Más de 50 estudiantes de contabilidad de Cal Poly van a ofrecer servicios gratuitos de preparación de impuestos por medio del programa Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, o VITA, los próximos sábados desde el 29 de enero hasta el […]

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Cal Poly COVID-19 booster deadline is this week

Cal Poly students will be required to upload their COVID-19 booster vaccination record by Thursday, Jan. 20.  Students who have gotten their primary vaccines and booster can upload their vaccination record through their Cal Poly Portal or by using the COVID-19 Vaccination Status Declaration.  Those who are unvaccinated, not fully vaccinated or do not upload […]

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Redistricting San Luis Obispo: The political implications of the county’s new representation layout

The San Luis Obispo County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to adopt a redistricted map of the county last month. In the 3-2 vote, the three republicans — John Peschong, Lynn Compton and Debbie Arnold — voted to approve the new map, and the two democrats — Bruce Gibson and Dawn Ortiz Legg — dissented. […]



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