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Student Guide 2019

Student Guide 2019

New community, unbroken culture

Cal Poly's new residential community is helping solve the housing crisis while giving visibility to indigenous people

Ease of access

A look at how SLO County's bus systems are serving local colleges

Atascadero gets a college

San Joaquin Valley College brings more education to the Central Coast

Live and let LARP

Current and former students moderate between hitting the books and hitting each other

Your voice matters

Students can vote, get involved in local politics, and affect the change they want to see

Career focus

Career and technical education programs offer a pathway to employment

Get to know your super

New Times spoke with Cuesta College's new superintendent to learn about her educational past and future goals

Time-out over

Cal Poly lifts Greek life suspension following tumultuous spring

Escape to the outside

Poly Escapes takes students off campus and into the wild

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  • Ghost Stories: A Telling of the Bloody '50s Bandits @ DANA Adobe Cultural Center

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Do you support plans for a six-story project with 50 units of housing in downtown SLO?

  • Yes. We need housing, and building it downtown is a great idea.
  • No. Six stories is too tall and will ruin the character of downtown.
  • If the project had more affordable housing, I'd support it.
  • It doesn't matter. This plan will fall apart just like the bowling alley fiasco.

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Ghost Stories: A Telling of the Bloody '50s Bandits @ DANA Adobe Cultural Center

Ghost Stories: A Telling of the Bloody '50s Bandits

Fri., Oct. 25, 6:30-8:45 p.m., Sat., Oct. 26, 6-8:45 p.m. and Sun., Oct. 27, 6-8:45 p.m. — This 40-minute experience invites visitors to travel back in time and be...
Buy Tickets$10-$15; no children under 7
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Sat., Nov. 30, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. — All dogs must be registered and check-in to receive a contest identification...
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