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Cal Poly student software developers partner with nonprofits to develop tools for change

Cal Poly students are building free software for nonprofits with the hope of recentering the technology community around social impact. Hack4Impact is a national organization that connects students with nonprofits through software development. Students identify and create software solutions, such as building a website, for nonprofits who may not have sufficient resources to do so.  […]

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Where to get a free flu shot on campus

Cal Poly Health Services is hosting flu shot “pop-ups” to administer free flu vaccinations to Cal Poly students. The next “pop-up” will be held on Oct. 18, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as part of Health Services’ efforts to increase accessibility for students, according to Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs Health and Wellbeing […]

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The case for Universal Basic Income

Chase Dean is a political science senior and Mustang News columnist. The views expressed in this column do not reflect the viewpoints and editorial coverage of Mustang News.  The United States of America is hurtling toward two major economic crises. The social security trust fund is projected to be tapped out by 2034. In addition, […]