2005

Archives for 2005.

Stop Violence Office Fundraiser

The Stop Violence Office is holding a fundraiser drawing on Nov. 22 (first five tickets) and 23 (remaining 35 tickets). Purchase one ticket for $1 or six tickets for $5. For more information, stop by the Stop Violence Office in…

Silent Auction for Artwork

Bid on artwork by local artists just in time for the holidays. The ASI Bronco Exhibit Gallery will hold a silent auction Dec. 1-9 in the Bronco Student Center (Building 35). A portion of the profits will fund future artwork…
Village Phase III Saves Water, Wins Award

Village Phase III Saves Water,
Wins Award

Opening the third phase of University Village this fall not only added an extra 466 apartment-style bed spaces for Cal Poly Pomona students, but it also allowed the university to incorporate design and construction methods contributing to water conservation efforts.
Friday, 11/25/2005

Friday, 11/25/2005

Frank Lock, an aerospace engineering freshman, launches a radio controlled airplane he and classmates built for his Aero 101 class taught by professor Don Edberg.…
Thursday, 11/24/2005

Thursday, 11/24/2005

The Independent in the United Kingdom, speaks on Iraq at Cal Poly Pomona.” src=”/images/ex-centric/daily_pics/picture_of_day_886.jpg” / Robert Fisk, a middle east correspondent for The Independent in the United Kingdom, speaks on Iraq at Cal Poly Pomona.…
Wednesday, 11/23/2005

Wednesday, 11/23/2005

Leaves begin to turn colors as winter approaches at Cal Poly Pomona. Wallpapers: Clicking on these links will open a new window. 1024 x 768 800 x 600 640 x 480…
Tuesday, 11/22/2005

Tuesday, 11/22/2005

Rose Queen Camille Clark, center, and her court hold stuffed dragons given to them as a memento during a visit by the 2006 Rose Parade Queen and her court to Cal Poly Pomona.…
Monday, 11/21/2005

Monday, 11/21/2005

Jerry (Tito Ortiz) is abused in the Cal Poly Pomona Theatre department's production of "Tales of the Lost Formincans" at the University Theatre.…