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University President Soraya M. Coley shares a message about campus safety.

Emergency Resources Help Ensure Safety on Campus

Safety is the university’s top priority, and it’s important for each person to be familiar with the related resources on campus.

Safety Alert System

The Safety Alert System sends important messages to the campus community during urgent situations. The system can send simultaneous notifications through text messages, email and phone calls.

To ensure that you receive the Safety Alert messages, log into BroncoDirect and update your personal information.

Because cell phone text messages can reach people faster than traditional phone calls and emails, it is important that you include your mobile phone number. The system will send a confirmation text before you can receive any text alerts. Follow the instructions

The Cal Poly Pomona Foundation gave out more than 16,000 hot dogs at the 32nd annual Hot Dog Caper.

Hot Dog Caper Serves Up Food and Fun

Grooving to 1960s tunes by the band Aquarius, Cal Poly Pomona students, staff and faculty celebrated the start of the new school year at the 32nd annual Hot Dog Caper.

Participants consumed more than 16,000 hot dogs and veggie dogs, as well as more than 14,000 drinks and 12,000 bags of chips.

The Cal Poly Pomona Foundation hosted the Oct. 8 event, which also featured photo booths, airbrush tattoo artists, an inflatable obstacle course, prizes, games hosted by Associated Students Inc., and more.

Poly Life, a student-developed program produced through MediaVision, captured the excitement of the day.

A member of the Special Olympics team from Libya feeds a young goat during a visit by Danny's Farm Petting Zoo near the Suites where teams from around the world are staying.

Special Olympians Get a Taste of Campus Life

The Special Olympics World Games came to Los Angeles this week, and Cal Poly Pomona participated by playing host recently to four delegations consisting of athletes of Laos, Poland, Libya and the Isle of Man.

The university, along with the cities of Pomona, Chino and Chino Hills, hosted the visitors, who stayed in on-campus housing from July 21-24. During their stay, the athletes enjoyed a visit from Danny’s Farms and feasted on a pancake breakfast.

The World Games kicked of July 25 and runs through Aug. 2.

Organizers anticipate the Special Olympics World Games will draw 7,000 athletes and 3,000 coaches representing 177 countries, as well as 30,000 volunteers and