Author Archives: Dana Ekhtiar

CPP Produce Boxes Available

The College of Agriculture fresh produce boxes, called Poly Packs, are available for pickup throughout the quarter. The boxes have fruit, vegetables, herbs and other produce grown on campus. The price for a large box is $25, and the half box is $15. Boxes are available bi-weekly with CPP’s fresh harvest pick, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the University Quad. To order, go to For more information, contact Mary Romo at (909) 979-6971.

Polish Your Public Speaking Skills

Take a break from your 8-hour work day on a Tuesday and visit a Toastmasters club meeting on campus. You will find a friendly and supportive environment where you can learn, practice and improve your public speaking skills. Polysh’d Speakers, a Toastmasters International club, meets from 12:05 p.m. to 12:55 Building 98, room B1-31 on Tuesdays. Please visit for more information and the current meeting location in the case of a room change.

Free Tax Prep and Filing

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program offers free tax preparation and filing for most taxpayers whose gross income is $54,000 or less. Reserve a spot at one of three locations to have highly-trained accounting students from the College of Business Administration help maximize your return. Dates run through April 1. For a reservation, visit


Bookstore Homecoming Sale and Extended Hours

In celebration of Homecoming and Spirit Week, the Bookstore is having its quarterly fleece sale this week. Select crews and hoodies are value-priced at $19.99 while supplies last. On Homecoming day, the Bookstore will have extended hours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

CSU Million Shoe Campaign Collection

Collecting for the CSU Million Shoe Campaign shoe drive begins today with Spirit Week and continues through April 30. Collection boxes for new and gently used shoes will be at the residence halls/suites, the BSC, the BRIC, the Bronco Bookstore, each Cultural Center, the Office of Student Life and at athletics events. A collaboration with Soles4Souls, the shoes are donated to the poor and the homeless as well as victims of fires, floods and tornados. For more information, contact Dylan Ariss at or visit