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Waking up a ghost town: Students feel invigorated, cautious and anxious to revitalize a quiet campus

Walking around campus last school year, walls were empty, hallways echoed and Cal Poly was swept into a slumber — “dead” even, kinesiology junior Cossette Gibler said. Now as the first signs of life return to the campus — with athletes, summer school students and others roaming around — students feel invigorated, cautious and anxious […]

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COVID-19 is surging in San Luis Obispo County. Is it safe for Cal Poly to reopen?

When Cal Poly reopens this month for another school year amidst a pandemic, the campus will be operating near normal, administrators have said for months. University housing will be at maximum capacity — with about 8,000 students living on campus — and 87% of all classes will be held in-person, Cal Poly Spokesperson Matt Lazier wrote […]

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California keeps stricter COVID-19 mask mandate despite new CDC guidelines

On May 13, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) eased masking guidelines for fully-vaccinated people. However, California plans to keep stricter masking requirements in place until the state’s economy is fully reopened on June 15.  This is the proposed date that Governor Gavin Newsom plans to fully reopen California’s economy by ending capacity […]

Posted inCOVID Features

Students look forward to life once fully vaccinated

On April 7, San Luis Obispo County expanded vaccine appointment eligibility to individuals aged 16 and older. More vaccine appointments are available to students now than ever, as Campus Health and Wellbeing has started offering student vaccination appointments at the Health Center on campus, and an additional vaccine clinic has recently opened in the University Union (UU).



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