October 2003

Archives for October 2003.

Thursday, 10/30/2003

Thursday, 10/30/2003



Liz Quintero does a skin examination for Norma Leon during Wellness Fair 2003, Just for the Health of it. Students and staff were able to get free health assessments and learn health-enhancing tips in the Bronco Student Center.

Monday, 10/27/2003

Monday, 10/27/2003



Ramaa Bharadvaj instructs students on the art of Indian dancing in the Art Gallery as part of Diwali, the Indian festival of lights. Diwali marks the beginning of the new business calendar and India's New Year.

Bronco Spirit Day

The Cal Poly Pomona Student Alumni Association invites the campus community to participate in Bronco Spirit Day on Thursday, Nov. 6, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in University Park. A Bronco spirit scout will be in front of the Bronco Student Center rewarding those proudly donning their Cal Poly Pomona clothing. For more information, contact the Cal Poly Pomona Student Alumni Association in the Alumni Affairs office at (909) 869-5486.

Transfer Day

The Office of Admissions and Outreach will host Transfer Day on Friday, Oct. 31, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Bronco Student Center. The event will provide an opportunity for more than 200 prospective transfer students to experience the Cal Poly Pomona campus, become familiar with programs and services and meet faculty and staff. For more information, call (909) 869-3262.

Campus Forum ? ?The State of the Media?

Alexander Cockburn, journalist and co-editor of CounterPunch, will speak on "The State of the Media" on Wednesday, Oct. 29, at noon in the Bronco Student Center?s Ursa Major Suite. The discussion is part of a free Campus Forum series. Cockburn will also sign copies of his latest book, "The Politics of Anti-Semitism." For more information, call Saul Landau, director of digital media and international outreach programs, at (909) 869-3115.

Electric Use

Southern California Edison may ask Cal Poly Pomona to reduce electric use today, Oct. 27, due to fires in Southern California affecting electric transmission lines and the high heat causing increased air conditioning loads. Facilities Management asks that use of non-essential
electric equipment is curtailed Monday, Oct. 27, from noon to 6 p.m.
Please consider turning off or reducing the use of office and classroom lighting, computers, coffee makers, copy machines and other electric devices. For more information, contact Facilities Management at (909) 869-3030.