Starting Fall 2021, Cal Poly will require students to take an ethnic studies course once approved by California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
The vote was almost unanimous, with 20 board members voting for the endorsement. Only one board member voted against the endorsement and three board members abstained from voting.
The California State Legislature may vote to determine that taking an ethnic studies course should be a graduation requirement.
The recent blackface incident has drawn national and international attention and affected Cal Poly’s image and reputation.
The Ethnic Studies faculty express their support and love for students of color in light of recent events.
SLO Voyagers started rowing together last quarter and have since practiced every Saturday morning in Morro Bay.
The exhibit will display topics such as graffiti writing, break dancing, deejaying, emceeing and knowledge production
Students protested a multitude of topics, including costs associated with the CSU’s new Sustainable Financial Model.
Here are the nine questions the audience asked him at the open forum, and condensed versions of his responses.
“Certainly, the answers he provided us were not helpful in any way, but that really wasn’t the point.”