Author Archives: Tom Zasadzinski

Tom Zasadzinski is the University Photographer at Cal Poly Pomona.

Thursday, 11/07/2002

Thursday, 11/07/2002

Gabriela Ayala lights a candle on an altar honoring the dead at the Cesar Chavez Center at Cal Poly Pomona. The Dia De Los Muertos procession will take place November 7 in the quad.…
Wednesday, 11/06/2002

Wednesday, 11/06/2002

"A Sundae Afternoon" is the Cal Poly Universities' Tournament of Roses float entry for 2003.The theme of the 2003 parade is Children's Dream, Wishes and Imagination and this year Cal Poly has decided to build a candy carnival. The float…
Friday, 11/01/2002

Friday, 11/01/2002

The Alpha Psi Omega team of Aaron Thomas, Justin Abarca and Marco Tello celebrate their win over the Golden Key team in the Wellness Challenge during the Wellness Fair 2002 in the University Quad. The competition pitted student groups against…
Thursday, 10/31/2002

Thursday, 10/31/2002

Medical Assistant Jennifer Parent prepares to draw blood from sophomore music major William Rodriguez during the American Red Cross blood drive at Cal Poly Pomona.…
Wednesday, 10/30/2002

Wednesday, 10/30/2002

A pair of honey bees head for a Mojave Prickly Poppy blossom at the Rainbird Ethnobotany Learning Center at Cal Poly Pomona. Wallpapers: Clicking on these links will open a new window. 1024 x 768 800 x 600 640 x…

Tuesday, 10/29/2002

Briteman, ridden by David Flores (in pink) edges past Time to Please and jockey Martin Pedroza to win the 4th race at Santa Anita. Wednesday's race honored the Cal Poly Pomona President's Council during its Day at the Races.…
Monday, 10/28/2002

Monday, 10/28/2002

Frank Lemos, 4, and his cousin Ray Lemos, 5, struggle under the weight of a pumpkin they found during the 10th Annual Pumpkin Festival at Cal Poly Pomona.…
Friday, 10/25/2002

Friday, 10/25/2002

Students jam the sidewalks as they try to make employer connections at the Career Day job fair in the University Quad and sponsored by the Cal Poly Pomona Career Center. All majors and class levels were encouraged to talk with…