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Festival of Plants sprouts students’ excitement

By Isabella Cano, April 20, 2021 As the houseplant trend grows deep roots in ...

A CPP inspired guide to California camping

By Isabella Cano; April 13, 2021 With the COVID-19 pandemic prompting massive restrictions on ...

COVID-19 relief funds reach CPP community

By Isabella Cano, April 6, 2021 Cal Poly Pomona is one of the last ...

Students attempt to adapt to Duo one login at a time

By Isabella Cano, Mar. 16, 2021 ‘Sign in, check Duo, repeat’ has become a ...

COVID-19 vaccine available to educators as supply increases

By Isabella Cano, Mar. 02, 2021 As COVID-19 cases have steadily declined in the ...

New COVID-19 relief funds, same pandemic

By Isabella Cano, Feb. 9, 2021 Almost 10 months after the disbursal of the ...

CPP community grieves sudden loss of professor Michael Reibel

Last month, the Cal Poly Pomona community suffered the tragic loss of Michael Reibel, ...

Prop 16 rejection prompts mixed emotions among CPP affirmative action advocates

In the recent general election, California citizens cast over 16.7 million ballots, ultimately rejecting ...

CPP air quality resources show improvement following wildfires

With the help of the PurpleAir air quality monitor installed on campus, Cal Poly ...

Art lecture aims to paint immigrants in a positive light

“Art, Immigration, and Resistance” was both the title and main theme of the fine ...

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