On a foggy morning in Morro Bay, sea otters summersault in the harbor while fishermen heave gear onto their boats. Across the water, surfers rip across silver-blue waves. The Chumash can sometimes be seen climbing Morro Rock — one of many sacred sites along the bay. This coastline may soon be protected by the federal […]
While serving a search warrant at an apartment on Camellia Court Monday, May 10, a San Luis Obispo Police Department officer was shot and killed. Another officer was injured and is in stable condition at an area hospital, a police press release said. “This is a tragedy beyond measure for all of those who serve […]
Rite Aid will deliver vaccines in Room 220 of the University Union (UU) starting tomorrow, April 29. More vaccine appointments should be available next week, according to a campus-wide email from the Emergency Operations Center. Community members ages 16 and older can register for a vaccine appointment at Rite Aid’s website using the zip code […]
As the university begins to release information regarding a fall quarter that is “as close to normal as possible,” it appears that frequent testing will play a large part in these plans.
San Luis Obispo community members 16 years old and older can now register for the COVID-19 vaccine in San Luis Obispo County, County Public Health Officer Dr. Penny Borenstein announced today, April 7. Though students are eligible for the vaccine locally, Cal Poly will not require them to get the vaccine to be on campus, […]
Darren Deutsch woke up on Saturday, Feb. 6 to find blue swastikas and red slurs spray-painted on the doorstep of his home — the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house, a Jewish-affiliated organization.
Update Feb. 7, 2021 The San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) is treating vandalism of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity house as a hate crime, according to Sgt. Trevor Shalhoob. SLOPD has not caught the vandal, but they are checking nearby bushes and trash cans for evidence such as spray-paint cans, and investigating the neighborhood […]
Students watched Twitter instead of their Zoom lectures as pro-Trump extremists invaded the Capitol building in Washington D.C. on Wednesday, Jan. 6. Armed with firearms, the mob pushed past police in an attempt to stop the Electoral College vote count and prevent Joe Biden from being confirmed as the next United States president, despite several […]
San Luis Obispo County administered their first COVID-19 vaccines to health care professionals Thursday and Friday. “Is this an exciting day or what?” Public Health Officer Dr. Penny Borenstein said. The County Public Health Department has received 1,950 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine, and they expect about 4,000 doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine to […]
The California State University (CSU) anticipates that they will be able to offer almost all in-person classes in Fall 2021, they announced in a press release Dec. 9. “While we are currently going through a very difficult surge in the pandemic, there is light at the end of the tunnel with the promising progress on […]
Heidi Harmon won the race for San Luis Obispo Mayor by a landslide with about 52.34% of the vote.