Political science junior Shayna Lynch was elected Cal Poly’s new 2020-2021 ASI President. Lynch received 1,798 total votes with 3,547, or 17%, of students voting in this election, according to an ASI press release.
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Even as attention turns to national elections, Cal Poly Democrats and Republicans are focusing on local elections.
Jack Semancik is a political science junior and Mustang News opinion columnist. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of Mustang News. “I’m sorry sir, you’re not eligible to vote in the municipal elections.” That was the response my…
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…
Two columnists take a look at their perspective side’s candidate during the Presidential Debate.
I feel as if we have increased our efforts to be more invested in our campus throughout the year