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Health advocates for Mixteco community navigate COVID-19

A Cal Poly alumna founded a health advocate agency for the Central Coast’s Indigenous community — but she didn’t expect to find herself on the frontlines of a pandemic. On the Central Coast, the pandemic’s frontline workers included not only healthcare professionals, but Mixteco interpreters as well. Assisting hospital patients who primarily speak the Indigenous […]

Posted inCOVID-19

SLO County now vaccinating entire phase 1b, making more groups eligible

Vaccine eligibility in San Luis Obispo County now encompasses all of the education sector, agricultural workers, emergency services, unpaid caregivers and people ages 16-64 who have certain health conditions, according to a March 10 press briefing.  This encompasses Cal Poly employees, as the vaccine is now approved for higher education workers and student employees. San […]

Posted inColumns, Opinion

Obamacare: More than just health care

Twenty-seven states have officially filed lawsuits against it, and more than half of Americans favor its repeal. Now, it’s the Supreme Court’s turn to give its opinion on Obamacare and decide the fate of President Barack Obama’s most recognized “achievement.” Amidst all the hype, this unpopular piece of legislation might not even be constitutional. Aside […]



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