Research co-led by two Cal Poly marketing professors finds that political polarization in the U.S. has a substantial and often negative impact on individuals’ everyday lives as consumers, causing them to make purchasing decisions that align with their political affiliations.
According to Martyrossian, signs of a “cultural genocide” against Armenians are happening within the region that is nationally recognized as “Nagorno-Karabakh” but known as the “Republic of Artsakh” by the Armenian community.
A political science sophomore was backed by the San Luis Obispo County Progressives and won a seat as an Assembly District delegate for Assembly District 35.
When political science student Joe DiFronzo chose his senior project back in 1988, he knew there was only one option: opening a restaurant. DiFronzo runs the homestyle Italian restaurant Giuseppe’s Cucina Rustica, which first opened in the Landmark Hotel space…
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on April 28 that would allow for the expansion of offshore oil and gas drilling along portions of the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, but does not explicitly mention the Central Coast. The executive…
The digital libraries will be deployed in communities where there is no Internet available.
The Institute of Advanced Technology and Public Policy will use the grant to enhance voters’ access to government meetings.
A survey of 800 students was conducted, questioning whether there would be interest in a minor and if students would be likely to take it, political science professor Matthew Moore said.