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The cities of San Luis Obispo and surrounding cities declared January the month of the Women’s March San Luis Obispo.
This was the first presidential race in the past five years where the winner was not the candidate who spent the most.
Check here for the ASI president and board of directors results.
Cal Poly Triota and Queer Student Union (QSU) hosted the first ever “Queer Town Hall,” in a Q&A format with the four Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) presidential candidates Monday. The meeting began with opening statements from the candidates, agricultural sciences junior Riley Nilsen, biomedical engineering junior Davis Negrete, business administration sophomore Archie Mitchell and political […]
This year’s Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) elections are the first to feature presidential campaign spending limits. The $2,000 spending limit was passed by the ASI Board of Directors Jan. 11 as part of the ASI Election Code. This spending limit only applies to presidential candidates; there is no cap for ASI Board of Directors candidates. […]
Student-run company has half of lipstick sales go to a woman’s charity
“We are equal and we are able and we deserve respect.”
Residents, business owners and community leaders spoke before the city council in a packed Ludwick Community Center Jan. 10. Throughout the event, proposals were posted to the walls of Ludwick’s auditorium. At the end, attendees were given 10 dot stickers and placed them on the matters they believed should receive highest priority in this new […]
Gomez has plans for sustainability, housing and community relations.
The transfer of power may not be the doomsday scenario everyone seems to expect.