The university is actively monitoring the H1N1 influenza, commonly known as the swine flu, and will inform the campus community of any updates. While there are no known cases of this strain at Cal Poly Pomona, everyone is encouraged to be vigilant to prevent the spread of the virus. The Centers for Disease Control recommend people wash their hands, stay in good health and avoid close contact with sick people. For more information about the virus, visit the H1N1 Influenza Information Web site for FAQs, podcasts and preventative tips.
Several important propositions will be before California voters during a special election May 19. Propositions 1A through 1E seek to stabilize California's current financial crisis and to implement long-term budget reform. The CSU Board of Trustees has endorsed a yes vote on Propositions 1A through 1E because of the direct impact the propositions will have on the CSU if they fail to pass. Most of the measures provide new revenues to help balance the state's General Fund budget over the next several years.
University Police are seeking information about a man arrested Wednesday on suspicion of engaging in lewd conduct on campus. The man, who is not affiliated with Cal Poly Pomona, was seen in Parking Lot B allegedly taking photos of a student and acting in a lewd manner. Anyone who witnessed the incident or any previous acts should contact police.
On Wednesday afternoon, the World Health Organization raised the swine flu to level 5, indicating widespread human-to-human transmission. A campus emergency task force is actively monitoring the situation and developing strategies to deal with this rapidly-evolving issue. There are no known cases of swine flu at Cal Poly Pomona, including its residence halls and auxiliary areas. However, we must be vigilant to prevent the spread of this virus.
From his simple beginnings in Honolulu to the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles, Daniel Ho has worked in all aspects of the music industry: producer, singer, songwriter, performer, composer, arranger, engineer and record company owner. A four-time Grammy Award winner, Ho will share his expertise during a master class on Thursday, April 30, from 1 to 3 p.m. in the Music Recital Hall.
News of the swine flu outbreak is drawing international attention. Cal Poly Pomona is monitoring this situation and is focused on keeping our campus community aware and healthy. No Cal Poly Pomona faculty, staff or students have reported symptoms of concern at this time, but the university has developed a Frequently Asked Questions Web site to provide information on the swine flu and the best ways to avoid getting sick.