A Cuesta College instructor has tested positive for coronavirus, according to a Cuesta campus-wide email. However, the faculty member does not live in San Luis Obispo County or the United States, according to Cuesta College Police. The faculty member is…
Throughout San Luis Obispo, precautions are being taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Here is the latest.
In addition, the California State University has suspended all international travel — impacting students currently studying abroad. However, there is not definitive guidance on whether students should return to the United States or remain abroad.
As other campuses close and move to online classes, Cal Poly is releasing new details about their response to coronavirus.
In a campus-wide email sent Sunday night, President Jeffery Armstrong and Interim Provost Mary Pedersen said sick students, faculty and staff members should stay home to minimize transmission of their illness.
A resident showing signs of novel coronavirus COVID-19 has tested negative, the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department confirmed late Thursday.
Cal Poly students studying abroad in Italy will be removed from the country due to coronavirus concerns, President Jeffrey Armstrong said around 3:15 Tuesday.
It is election day in California and the last chance to cast a ballot for the 2020 Primary. This year, the golden state is participating in Super Tuesday, along with 14 other states, where voters will decide the presidential nominees…
For the 2020-2021 academic year, 52,411 first-time freshmen and 10,758 transfer students applied, according to University Spokesperson Matt Lazier.
Police are searching for a man who allegedly fired gunshots toward an unidentified victim outside Tonita’s Mexican Grill in downtown San Luis Obispo. On Feb. 16 at about 2:41 a.m, one person forced his way into the restaurant and started…