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Recreational sports to resume today, but Cal Poly club sports still uncertain

Recreational athletes have been forced to put a hold on their preferred sports since the pandemic began last spring. Today, these athletes will finally be able to play their sports again.  Recreational sports are allowed to resume with modifications on Friday, Feb. 26 according to the California Health Department.  This applies to all youth and […]

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The path to the red tier

San Luis Obispo County could be moving from the widespread, purple tier to a less restrictive substantial, red tier as early as next week if current trends continue, San Luis Obispo County Public Health Officer Dr. Penny Borenstein said in a county news briefing on Feb. 11.  By moving into the red tier of the […]

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Cal Poly remembers Martin Luther King Jr. with virtual event

Cal Poly’s Black Academic Excellence Center and ASI Events held the fifth annual Martin Luther King Jr. event, “Honoring MLK With Dr. Yusef Salaam,” on Zoom Wednesday night.  The event featured a lineup of student speakers and special guest speaker, Yusef Salaam, one of the falsely convicted and exonerated members of “The Central Park Five.” […]



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