March 2005

Archives for March 2005.

Thursday, 03/31/2005

Thursday, 03/31/2005



James Cass, a third year Civil Engineering major, welds a bridge module for the Cal Poly Pomona entry in the ASCE/AISC National Student Steel Bridge Competition to be held at Cal State Fullerton.

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Hip Hop Dance Class

Learn to dance like a video star! Join Fernando Estrada, former member of the professional hip hop dance troupe Culture Shock and coordinator of the university's Pride Center, as he teaches steps to burn up the dance floor. An enrollment donation of $15 will provide a three-session dance workshop focusing on video and street hip hop. All proceeds will benefit Pride Center programs and services. Class dates are April 11, 18 and 25, 4-5 p.m. For more information, call the Pride Center at (909) 869-3064.

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Scenes From Shakespeare

The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center, in conjunction with the Los Angeles Women's Shakespeare Company (LAWSC), is presenting one hour of all-female, multi-cultural Shakespeare scenes on Saturday, April 2, at 7 p.m. The program will feature Cal Poly Pomona's Linda Bisesti, assistant professor of Theatre, and Lisa Wolpe, lecturer and founding artistic director of the LAWSC, as well as other artists from the company. The performance is open to the public, free of charge. The Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center is located at 300 W. Second St. in the Pomona Arts Colony. For more information, contact Cybele Garcia at (909) 469-0080.

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Bronco Exhibit Gallery in April

The Bronco Exhibit Gallery will present the works of two local artists, Carol Powell and Gustavo Muñiz, April 4-29 in the upper level of the Bronco Student Center. An opening reception for the artists is scheduled Saturday, April 9, from 2-4 p.m. Both the reception and exhibit are open and free to the campus community and public. Powell is a student working on her Master of Fine Arts in drawing and painting at Cal State Fullerton. A resident of Whittier, Powell's work is autobiographical and uses symbolism and bright colors to mask the sometimes disturbing truths. Her array of media includes books, drawings, fabric blocks and dolls. Muñiz works

Spring 2005 Panorama Available Online

Spring 2005 Panorama Available Online

The latest issue of Panorama is now accessible online. Published by the Office of Public Affairs, Panorama was created to inform, invite and involve the university's extended community. Nearly 100,000 copies of Panorama will be mailed to university supporters, including alumni, parents, local business people and legislators.
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Visitor & Information Centers Tours and Services

The Visitor & Information Centers provide on- or off-campus community members with information about Cal Poly Pomona, its services, events and facilities. Those seeking information can visit the Information Center on the first floor of the CLA Building, the Visitor Center on the first floor of the Bronco Student Center, or the 24-hour self-service Information Booth next to the Parking Booth on Kellogg Drive. The Visitor Center will be conducting spring quarter campus tours through June 4. Tours are available on Mondays at 9:30 and 11:30 a.m.; Tuesdays at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m., and 1:30 and 3 p.m.; Wednesdays at 9:30; Thursdays at 1:30 and 3 p.m.; and Fridays