The CSU will spend $28 million on initiatives aimed at helping first-generation and underserved students receive a quality education, Chancellor Timothy P. White pledged at a White House summit.
Cal Poly Pomona is celebrating its 75th Anniversary with an amazing Homecoming weekend on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7 & 8. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, and their families are invited to join the festivities.
For the 52nd time in 66 years, the only student-built float in the Rose Parade has earned special recognition, this time the Crown City Innovation Award, which recognizes best use of imagination and innovation to advance float design.
This year, the students are breaking ground in another way: The 2014 float, “Bedtime Buccaneers,” will attempt to animate some of the flowers that cover it.
The 75 Acts of Kindness initiative, which began in the middle of the fall quarter, is going to ramp up in the winter and spring, Michael Millar says, with volunteer opportunities for the entire campus community.
Following the devastating effects of Typhoon Haiyan, students and staff at Cal Poly Pomona have launched a relief effort to help disaster victims in the Philippines.
Grab a slice of pizza and ask questions of university President Michael Ortiz and ASI President Chris Osuala at the winter quarter “Pizza with the Presidents” on Thursday at 6 p.m. The hourlong evening event, held in the Bronco Student…