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Cal Poly no ‘ayudará o apoyara a ningún acción ejecutoria de inmigracion’ en los pasos de el fallo de DACA

El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por Bryanna Hernandez. El Vicepresidente de asuntos estudiantiles de Cal Poly, Keith Humphrey anunció el jueves que la universidad no cumplira con la oficina de Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas de Estados Unidos (ICE) después de que un juez de […]

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“It’s just switching back and forth like a pendulum”: How Biden’s climate change efforts affect the Cal Poly community

During his presidential campaign, Joe Biden identified climate change as one of his top four priorities. Since his election, the Biden administration rejoined the Paris agreement, established a National Climate Task Force and introduced a variety of executive orders to tackle climate change at home and abroad.

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“A big, deep breath”: Cal Poly students respond to Biden’s first week in office

President Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States on Jan. 20 in Washington D.C. Within the first week of his presidency, President Biden signed several executive orders including eliminating private prisons, reversing the 2018 transgender military ban, providing economic relief related to the pandemic, and reversed the Muslim ban. He has also taken key steps by rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement and the World Health Organization (WHO).

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A review of the first presidential debate

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden each took the stage on Tuesday, Sept. 29 in the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion in Cleveland, Ohio for the first of four debates before the election.  Some viewers thought Trump won the debate, others thought Biden won. Some people said that the debate was “all-around […]