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Knitting, designing, selling, crafting. Staying creative during a pandemic can be hard, but for some students it’s a livelihood. Mustang News video reporters spoke to Astrid Herrera and Carmel Johnson, two Cal Poly students who are using their art to…
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One of the most challenging aspects of classes being online is not being able to have conversations that go beyond class material.
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Sweeney’s campaign focuses on three main issues: public health and safety, economic vitality and inclusivity. Sweeney said these issues are interwoven in a “harmonious circle.”
Mustang News video freshmen show off their skills in a competition to create the best mac n’ cheese.
Mustang News video reporter Sofia Silvia takes us through a day in the life of a student under quarantine in Temecula, CA.
Cal Poly students share how their sleep schedule has changed since quarantine due to COVID-19.
Mustang News reporter Sofia Silvia checks in with students about their opinions regarding online classes as the spring quarter approaches the halfway mark.