When Jasmin Fashami was announced the 2018-2019 Associated Students Inc. (ASI) president, her supporters erupted into cheers as she covered her mouth in surprise. “It was just so shocking, to say the least. I still now am kind of at a loss for words,” Fashami said. “I’m honestly just so grateful that Cal Poly and […]
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Most cities yearn for San Luis Obispo’s sunny skies and warm winters. While these days are nice for going to the beach or on a hike, they stem from one of California’s biggest current issues: the drought. Cal Poly has been making cuts to water usage in an attempt to save water, but local adjustments can’t make up […]
It’s easy to stay in Cal Poly’s isolated bubble of green lawns and flowering plants. It’s easy to forget we’re in a drought.
Samantha Sullivan email@example.com The political science department celebrated its 40th anniversary this year with a “How Does It Work?” series. The first lecture, “‘Resilience’; Fighting Your Way Forward Through Graduate School (and beyond),” featured Cal Poly alumnus James Weber speaking on his life after Cal Poly within the field of international development. Political science department chair […]
Last Thursday, President Obama and former Vice President Dick Cheney gave national security speeches on the same day. Press Secretary Robert Gibbs says the timing was a coincidence — at least on the President’s side.