The California State University has announced four finalists for the presidency of Cal Poly Pomona. The individuals and the dates they will visit campus are as follows:
Actor and activist Mike Farrell will discuss ?The Death Penalty in the 21st Century,? on Wednesday, Feb. 12, from noon to 1 p.m., in the CLA Building, Room P2-7. He is president of Death Penalty Focus of California,
There is still time to buy your sweetheart Gourmet Bronco Chocolate this Valentine?s Day without the hassle of standing in long lines and paying top dollar!
A reorganization of functions and services in the division of Instructional and Information Technology (I&IT) promises improved technology services and increased awareness as to their availability.
Actor and activist Ed Asner spoke against a war with Iraq during a recent Campus Forum at Cal Poly Pomona. Approximately 60 faculty, staff, students, community members and media representatives attended Asner?s discussion about ?How An Artist Sees the Iraq…
Eighth-graders from First Avenue Middle School in Arcadia left their textbooks behind on Jan. 23 to experience science lessons firsthand through Cal Poly Pomona?s Science IMPACT program.
Daffodil Days return this spring, thanks to Carol Keating in the Office of Research & Sponsored Programs, who is organizing this year's campaign.
CSU students need more assistance mapping out a plan to complete a baccalaureate degree, according to a draft of a new California State University report on facilitating graduation rates. The report, the product of a task force launched by CSU…
Actor and activist Ed Asner will discuss ?How An Artist Sees the Iraq War,? on Wednesday, Feb. 5, from noon to 1 p.m., in the CLA Building, Room P2-7.
In Southern California, blood supply recently reached near emergency levels. In an effort to help, the Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers (OSLCC), in conjunction with the American Red Cross, will host a blood drive on campus Feb. 11-13.