We study to do better in class. We work out to try to obtain a date. We eat well to not create future health problems. Yet something we fail to act upon is our mental health. The effects are real, but they are somehow seen as less important than other aspects of our lives.
Video by Sydney Brandt A study conducted by California State University (CSU) systems in January 2018 found that 41.6 percent of students reported food insecurity and 10.9 percent reported homelessness. These results are also reflected in a recent survey of Cal Poly students that yielded similar results. It was found 26.9 percent of Cal Poly […]
Computer science senior Nico Pitchon was told by University Police Department (UPD) to stop putting up flyers advertising his cannabis business, Slo Dro Co., Jan. 22. Ltd. Bryan Cox contacted Pitchon and said he was violating federal law because Cal Poly campus is on federal land, where cannabis is still illegal. During this time, there […]
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