I am happy to be politically neutral today — a first, I think, since I began writing my columns. But, as they say, there’s a first time for everything. I began thinking about who I will choose to vote for next week in the ASI Presidential campaign by asking myself similar questions as I do during national presidential campaigns.
When I think of the work of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the civil rights movement, I see that protesting does change society.
Three Cal Poly students held a teach-in discussion to raise awareness amongst the Cal Poly community on the impacts of the budget cuts to higher education.
More than 300 students submitted questions or concerns about fewer classes being offered, furloughs and facility projects at “Dollar Dilemmas.”
I have to admit that when my professors announced their furlough days this quarter, I cherished the lost class time.