Albert Aschenbrenner, a pioneering English professor and administrator, died from complications from a stroke on Monday, Dec. 16. He was 89 years old.
During a special meeting called in response to the state's growing budget crisis, the California State University's Board of Trustees voted Monday, Dec. 16, to approve a $72 mid-year fee increase for undergraduates at semester institutions that will take effect…
It?s great for stuffing stockings, New Year?s Day delights, Valentine?s Day treats, classroom snacks and ?just because? pleasures. It?s Gourmet Bronco Chocolate!
This holiday season, the Office of Alumni Affairs is offering alumni the gift of convenience with its inaugural issue of the Poly @lumni e-newsletter. The e-newsletter features upcoming events, alumni spotlights, class notes, campus news and opportunities for alumni to…
Cal Poly Pomona will begin offering a new University Honors Program to select students in fall 2003.
Karen Brzoska, lead designer in Information and Instructional Technology (I&IT), recently received an award of distinction from The Videographer Awards for her video ?The Light, The Heat ? Images of West Africa.?
The California State University, already hit with budget cuts earlier this year, will suffer additional mid-year reductions from the state that will decrease 2002/03 total funding by $125 million. The CSU?s Board of Trustees has set a special meeting for…
Holiday fruit gift baskets and packs are available to purchase at the Farm Store at Kellogg Ranch until Tuesday, Dec. 24.
The Cal Poly Pomona Gospel Choir performed its ?Gospel Jubilation? on Nov. 23 to a virtually full house in the Music Recital Hall.
Cal Poly Pomona Foundation Inc. Dining Services held a much-anticipated grand re-opening celebration of Los Olivos Dining Commons on Dec. 2.