Financial tips for your 20’s

Laura Gent comes from a quintessential American-dream household. Her mother began her career as a secretary and quickly rose in ranks as jobs for women began opening up, eventually attaining a high-ranking position in a male-dominated field. Though Gent’s mother was successful in her career, her father was the financial head of the household. He

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A message to Cal Poly students who want to try social activism: now is the time

This letter reflects the opinions of business administration junior Ileana Terrazas. Letters to the editor do not reflect the viewpoints or editorial coverage of The Wire. *Note: Names in this article have been changed to protect privacy I was in the seventh grade when I first marched for Occupy Oakland, a rally that protested the concentration

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Women in Power: Jasmin Fashami

On the afternoon of April 26th, 2017, political science junior Jasmin Fashami was declared Cal Poly’s 2018-2019 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president. As an immigrant and first-generation college student and an active member of the Cal Poly community, Fashami sees her new position as a way to impact the student body, emphasizing student group collaboration

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