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Cal Poly presents third installment of ‘Addressing Racism and Diversity in Music Institutions’ series

Cal Poly will host a panel discussion webinar titled ‘Addressing Racism and Diversity in Music Institutions’ at 11:10 a.m. on Thursday,  April 28. This webinar is the third in a series sponsored by Cal Poly’s Music Department, the College of Liberal Arts and the Instructionally Related Activities program according to a press release from Cal […]

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A year after George Floyd’s murder, community discusses Chauvin’s guilty verdict

On April 20, the jury found former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin guilty of second-degree and third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd.

Architecture senior and President of Internal Affairs of Cal Poly’s Black Student Union (BSU) Zane Ellis-Rector described his reaction as muted, yet satisfied. He was satisfied in the confirmation of injustice, but muted in the work left to be done.

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Cuesta College trustee refuses to resign despite community criticism

At a Cuesta College Board of Trustees meeting on Nov. 12, dozens of San Luis Obispo community members called for the resignation of Board President Peter Sysak over his political views shared on Facebook. Though the original posts have since been deleted, critics of Sysak claim that his comments were racist, anti-immigrant, homophobic and have […]



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