As part of national Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a hate crime memorial and the Clothesline Project 2002 were on display Tuesday, Oct. 22 in Cal Poly Pomona?s University Park.
Associated Students Inc. has announced the 2002-03 officers. The executive board includes Uwaifo Obanor, president; Jesse Cerda, vice president; Erik Nutzmann, treasurer; Arturo Alvarez, attorney general; and Nick Granado, senate pro-tem/engineering senator.
If you haven?t already noticed, a construction crew recently partitioned off a section just outside the CLA?s second floor entrance to make way for a new donor wall.
There are several important initiatives on the ballot Tuesday, Nov. 5, that will affect educational institutions and the state of California for years to come. One is Proposition 47, ?The Kindergarten-University Public Education Facilities Bond Act of 2002.?
The public is invited to a second on-campus teach-in addressing the possibility of war with Iraq on Tuesday, Oct. 22, noon to 1 p.m., just outside the University Theatre (Building 24).
Sushi aficionados need look no further for a nearby restaurant to please their palates with the recent opening of Kikka?s Sushi and Noodle Bar at the University Union.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend the Brown Bag Lunch Series on Thursdays, from noon to 1 p.m. at the Faculty Center, 1-228.
The Cal Poly Pomona Children?s Center has been awarded a four-year grant totaling $597,100 from the federal Department of Education. This grant will assist the center in continuing efforts to enhance child care services for students and diversify funding sources.
The Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers (OSLCC) will host an American Red Cross blood drive on campus Oct. 22-25. The Red Cross has set a goal to collect 335 units of blood in four days.
The Music department will showcase a lighthearted Faculty Jamboree on Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. in the university?s Recital Hall. This year?s show, dubbed ?Radio Daze,? will take place inside a 1940s radio studio, KCPP.