Three Cal Poly Pomona student-athletes have been honored for their academic and athletic excellence.
Got a sweet tooth? Know someone who needs a chocolate fix? Indulge your sugar urges for a good cause! The Cal Poly Pomona Annual Fund is having its third annual See’s Candies Holiday Fund-raiser through Dec. 12.
Cal Poly Pomona is honored to announce the California Restaurant Association Educational Foundation has established a scholarship to memorialize Virginia ?Ginny? Schoning.
What does the idealized 1950s have in common with a Shakespearean tragedy set in the 1600s? ?A great deal,? says Linda Bisesti, director of Cal Poly Pomona?s upcoming production of Othello by William Shakespeare.
Negotiations currently in the final stages between Cal Poly Pomona and the American Red Cross are proposing construction of the nation?s largest blood processing center as the anchor tenant for the university?s Innovation Village technology park.
For a stress-free Thanksgiving, let Los Olivos Catering cook your turkey and fixings. Just $39.95 buys a delicious, fully cooked turkey dinner.
Tony ?The Sarge? Schumacher and his U.S. Army-sponsored dragster make pit stops at dozens of college campuses each year, but he rarely comes across engineering students who are able to ?talk shop.?
The United States Department of Education has selected Cal Poly Pomona as a recipient of a grant worth $3.4 million over five years. The funding will allow Cal Poly Pomona professors and Hacienda La Puente Unified School District personnel to…
Three Cal Poly Pomona representatives recently traveled to Armenia to help the State Engineering University of Armenia (SEUA) develop its university outreach operations thanks to a recent grant of $216,040 from the U.S. Department of State.
Penelope Torribio, a Cal Poly Pomona alumna and professional puppeteer, will perform a shadow and marionette puppet show of the Hindu epic, the Ramayana, on Friday, Nov. 8, 6 p.m., at the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center.