January 2004

Archives for January 2004.

Friday, 01/30/2004

Friday, 01/30/2004



Kevin Hafenstein of the L.A. Opera dances with Vanessa Case, a fifth grader at Kingsley Elementary School, during a performance of the Magic Flute by members of the Los Angeles Opera at Pomona First Baptist Church for Pomona schoolchildren.

Thursday, 01/29/2004

Thursday, 01/29/2004



Co-editor of Counterpunch and author Jeffrey St. Clair holds his book, "Been Brown So Long It Looked Like Green To Me" as he discusses the "Politics of Nature" at Cal Poly Pomona.

Monday, 01/26/2004

Monday, 01/26/2004



Acrobat Jason Jiang catches a teapot and bowls by balancing them on his head as he rides a unicycle during lunar New Year festivities in University Plaza at Cal Poly Pomona.

Campus Urged to Update Anti-Virus Software and Screen E-mail Attachments

All users of Windows 95, 98, 2000, ME, NT and XP are vulnerable to a new mass mailing-worm currently spreading across the Internet. The worm contains random file-attachments including extensions of .exe, .pif, .scr and .zip. The outbreak is expected to continue and Instructional & Information Technology (I&IT) strongly recommends that all users update their anti-virus protection immediately.
Cal Poly Universities Seek Creative Design Ideas for 2005 Rose Float

Cal Poly Universities Seek Creative Design Ideas for 2005 Rose Float

Imagine your Tournament of Roses float design being viewed by millions at the 2005 parade in Pasadena, plus winning two tickets to the Rose Bowl or $250 in cash. That is exactly what the Cal Poly Universities (Pomona and San Luis Obispo) are offering to the winner of a Rose Float concept contest for their 2005 entry. Anyone may submit a design concept based on next year?s general parade theme, ?Celebrate Family.?
Frederick Gallegos

Frederick Gallegos

Frederick Gallegos , MSBA-IS audit adviser, Computer Information Systems, recently authored “Strategic Issues: Sarbanes-Oxley Only Part of the Solution,” which appears on pages 11-12 of the Information Systems Control Journal, Vol. 1, 2004. The journal is a peer/practitioner reviewed publication and is published by Information Systems Audit and Control Association and Foundation.

Blood Drive

Student Health Services will hold its Winter Quarter American Red Cross Blood Drive, Feb. 3-5, in the Bronco Student Center?s Ursa Minor Room. Hours are as follows: Tuesday, Feb. 3, and Thursday, Feb. 5, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Wednesday, Feb. 4, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. To schedule an appointment, contact Teresa Quijano in The Wellness Center at (909) 869-2753 or send an e-mail to tquijano@cpp.edu.