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Cal Poly receives $100,000 donation to upgrade parallel computing lab

Imagine technology that uses the power of computing to determine the accuracy of wine grapes, aid in wildfire analysis and evaluate the influence of social networks and political ideologies. Thanks to a $100,000 donation from Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE), the Cal Poly parallel computing lab will be able to do all of these things.  […]

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CSU Chancellor announces plans to cancel most in-person classes in fall

All campuses in the California State University system plan to cancel in-person classes for the fall and offer instruction primarily online, Chancellor Timothy White announced Tuesday according to the Los Angeles Times. White said the majority of classes will be canceled with a few exceptions for in-person activity, the Los Angeles Times reported. “The enrollment […]

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To cap, or not to cap

Kaytlyn Leslie news@mustangdaily.net A California State University (CSU) system unit cap — which limits the number of units a student can take per quarter to 16 — was only going to affect 1 percent of students at Cal Poly, according to campus administrators. It turns out that number is even smaller. According to Cal Poly […]

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The (picket) line in the sand

To strike, or not to strike — this is the real question put upon Cal Poly faculty this week as the state faculty union announced plans to strike if current contract negotiations fall through. Beginning April 16, the California Faculty Association (CFA) asked its members across the California State University (CSU) system to vote on […]



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