Former United Nations weapons inspector Scott Ritter has cancelled his appearance at Cal Poly Pomona on Jan. 21 because he will be traveling to Iraq on that day. Ritter?s Campus Forum on ?The Coming War With Iraq: How Did We…
Horticulture, Plant & Soil Science Professor Frank Gibbons kicked off the winter quarter Brown Bag Lunch Series on Monday, Jan. 13, at the College of Agriculture.
After more than 30 years of anticipation, 30 minutes may seem too brief a time for true fulfillment. But for Randall Peeters, every second was revelry. Peeters accomplished a personal dream on May 16, 2002, when he and Sherpa Ang…
Associated Students Inc. has developed a new Web page at www.asi.cpp.edu/newunion focusing on the progression of the new University Union.
Faced with a gaping statewide budget deficit of nearly $35 billion, Governor Gray Davis today released a 2003/04 state budget proposal that calls for dramatic cuts for state agencies and organizations across the board. For the California State University, Davis?…
Ask Cal Poly Pomona junior Jodi Oliver what the University Scholar Program has done for her educational career, and she?ll give you an earful. ?The University Scholars Program really kept me focused.
The Broncos were honored recently with a 2002 USA Today-NCAA Academic Achievement Award for finishing in the Top Ten for Division II in the category of Highest Student-Athlete Graduation Rate Improvement.
Cal Poly Universities Rose Parade Float, ?A Sundae Afternoon,? took home the Theme Trophy at the 114th Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena on New Year?s Day.
In the spirit of giving, Cal Poly Pomona's Staff Council collected more than 60 stuffed animals and nearly 100 pounds of canned goods for needy children and their families this holiday season.
Nearly 100 visitors got into the spirit of the season and stopped by Kellogg House Pomona?s annual Holiday Open House for some yuletide cheer on Dec. 12, 16 and 17.