September 2005

Archives for September 2005.

Friday, 09/30/2005

Friday, 09/30/2005



Political Science professor David Speak blows a whistle as he competes with other faculty members against students and staff teams in Constitution Jeopardy, a game based on the Constitution of the United States. Faculty won, with staff coming in second.

Tuesday, 09/27/2005

Tuesday, 09/27/2005



Irene Wong and Brian Su take part in a game to break down barriers during Bronco Fusion, a day-long series of events designed to introduce the more than 3,000 new students to Cal Poly Pomona.

Monday, 09/26/2005

Monday, 09/26/2005



The Halau Hula a Kawika Laua o'Leinani dancers, from left, Christina Hilado, Claire de Leon Kehaulani Viloria Iris Magboo and Tina Landin, perform during Bronco Fusion, a day long series of events designed to introduce the more than 3,000 new students to Cal Poly Pomona.

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Credit Union Fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina

The Cal Poly Federal Credit Union has already collected $7,266 in donations from the campus community for the American Red Cross hurricane relief efforts. The credit union is continuing to collect Red Cross donations. Stop by the credit union at the Bronco Student Center to donate or find out how members can transfer money from existing accounts. For more information, call (909) 598-6548.

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Working With South Asian Survivors

The Stop Violence Office and Manavi will present diversity training on "Working with South Asian Survivors," Oct. 3 & 4, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., in the Blue Room at Los Olivos, Building 70. Manavi is a non-profit organization that works to increase awareness of women's rights in society and encourage social change to end all violence against them. Registration is limited. For more information or to RSVP, contact Francine DeMarco at (909) 869-3790 or by e-mail at ftdemarco@cpp.edu.

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Flu Vaccine Update

Student Health Services has a limited number of flu vaccines available to the campus community this year. Those students, faculty and staff who are considered high risk will be vaccinated first.