Rick Scott will be joining the San Luis Obispo Police Department (SLOPD) as the new police chief starting May 13, according to a city press release. According to the city, […]
Declan Galli sat down at his desk in his Poly Canyon Village apartment on Jan. 10. The sun began to set, concluding Galli’s first week of winter quarter. The Cal […]
The Gender Equity Center plans to host Original Women’s Narrative (OWN) to share the stories and experiences of womanhood through a fully digital format.
San Luis Obispo County is planning to install a new registration and lottery system for vaccinations this week, announced at a county press briefing Wednesday, Feb. 24.
The San Luis Obispo City Council has enacted its first Active Transportation Plan, outlining a strategy for implementing pedestrian-friendly infrastructure and policies throughout the city.
On Jan. 27, the California State University Chancellor announced that there will not be an increase in tuition cost for the next academic year. According to the CSU website, this […]
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) incorrectly reported that the new COVID-19 variant was found in San Luis Obispo County, according to a Jan. 21 press release. On Sunday, […]
Unemployed full-time students in California are now eligible to receive an additional $300 weekly stimulus for COVID-19 impacts on unemployment.
A new scholarship is being offered to students to encourage blood donations, specifically convalescent plasma, to help current COVID-19 patients heal from the virus. The scholarship of up to $1,000 […]