Students respond to online spring class announcement due to COVID-19 concerns.
Cal Poly mandates online final exams for Winter quarter
After the first case of coronavirus was confirmed in the county, Cal Poly is mandating all final exams be held remotely.
NCAA to grant another year of eligibility to spring sport student-athletes
NCAA Division I student-athletes who had their season cut short due to the coronavirus outbreak will get the opportunity for another year of eligibility, the NCAA announced Friday.
Word On The Street (WOTS): COVID-19
Mustang News reporter Sofia Silvia talks with students about their thoughts on coronavirus and its impact on the community.
County says no residents are under quarantine, only “self-observation”
No San Luis Obispo County residents are in quarantine as of March 12, according to SLO County Health Care Access Division Manager Michelle Shoresman. However, some residents have been placed on a “self-observation status,” meaning they can leave their homes, but must report to County Public Health if they experience any COVID-19 symptoms, according to […]
Big West Conference suspends all sports due to coronavirus concerns
Cal Poly sports will be put on hold, as the Big West Conference has suspended all competition effective immediately due to COVID-19 concerns Thursday.
Downtown SLO Farmer’s Market cancelled through the end of March due to COVID-19
Thursday night Farmers’ Market in downtown San Luis Obispo is suspended through the end of March because of COVID-19 concerns.
Women’s Basketball’s postseason run cut short due to coronavirus concerns
Cal Poly Women’s Basketball’s attempt at a Cinderella run to a Big West Championship will end abruptly, as the conference announced the cancellation of the 2020 Big West Tournament due to COVID-19 concerns.
Multiple students told to self-quarantine over coronavirus concerns
At least two students were asked to self-quarantine out of concern for coronavirus.
Despite NCAA recommendations, Cal Poly Athletics games will continue with fans
Cal Poly Athletics games will continue as usual until a university-wide decision is made, despite NCAA recommendations to close events to the public due to COVID-19 concerns.