The plants grow peppers that are twice as hot as the ghost peppers that are sold at the store. They are so hot that the Farm Store will post a disclaimer warning shoppers about the peppers’ potency.
The end of the academic year brought with it all manner of awards and honors.
Three days. Eight ceremonies. Thousands of graduates. Here's how Commencement 2013 unfolded on social media:
Cal Poly Pomona will hold its 57th annual commencement ceremonies Friday to Sunday, June 14 to 16, for about 5,000 bachelor’s and master’s degree candidates.
Cal Poly Pomona’s Horsehill Vineyards has produced its first sparkling wine, Rossana, named after W.K. Kellogg’s stunning foundation Arabian mare.
Edward Appel, professor emeritus and founder of the agricultural services and inspection/agricultural biology program, died on March 16, his birthday.
Professor Douglas Lewis is retiring as associate dean from the College of Agriculture after this year’s commencement, and Professor Lisa Kessler will replace him on an interim basis.
Rachel Broguiere, a senior in apparel merchandising and management, has won a $5,000 scholarship as part of a national case study competition held by the Young Menswear Association (YMA). Broguiere received the award at a YMA banquet held Jan. 8…
College of Agriculture alumnus Marty Evanson has pledged $100,000 through a bequest to support an endowed scholarship for animal science students. Evanson (’63, animal husbandry) says he believes in giving back, and the Martin J. Evanson Endowed Scholarship will help…