In 2014, Mustang News explored the 19 percent of women in the engineering department at Cal Poly. Six years later, Mustang News explores what has changed during that time, if anything at all.
Eaddy decided to do something about it. Along with child development sophomore Olivia Boles, Eaddy started making care packages for the homeless community in San Luis Obispo (SLO).
In a survey Mustang News distributed randomly to 850 students, 102 students responded, detailing how they plan to vote this year.
96.1 percent of students that were surveyed planned on voting during this election season.
“She is a conservative judge nominated by a president aligned with the conservative party, so we expect her to decide on politically salient cases in ways that are consistent with a conservative ideology,” Arrington wrote. “If confirmed, we will have to see how her ideology plays out.”
After shelter-in-place orders went into effect last March, students and professors alike were forced to take classes to their homes. With the announcement of the majority of Fall courses operating remotely, the Cal Poly community prepared for another quarter of…
Philosophy sophomore Esme Lipton’s dream to become a civil rights attorney after college was sparked by the 2018 “RBG” documentary, a film that encapsulated Ginsburg’s life story and most impactful successes.