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Children’s Center welcomes students back in-person

By Xol Aceytuno, Sept. 7, 2021 The Children’s Center reopened this summer for in-person services ...

Project Mailbox expected to arrive later this semester

By Xol Aceytuno, Aug. 31, 2021 Project Mailbox, a proposed program for students without ...

Comedienne night seeks to bring laughter to CPP community

With finals week approaching, the Womxn’s Resource Center is inviting comedians to offer a ...

The rainbow wave: Openly LGBTQ+ candidates run for office in record numbers

The record-breaking numbers are in, and over 1,000 openly LGBTQ+ people from across the ...

Indigenous students and staff speak their truth

For non-indigenous people, November is marked by Thanksgiving but for the people native to ...

Zero faith in the government calls for faith in the people

I remember voting in the 2016 election. I was only 18, a first-time voter, ...

Campus community considers affirmative action with Proposition 16

With the Nov. 3 election around the corner, the Cal Poly Pomona community is ...

Changing immigration policies present new challenges to CPP’s undocumented community

Changes to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services policy over the last few months have ...

Cultural Centers celebrate 25th anniversary

The cultural centers’ 25th-anniversary celebration began on Sept. 25 and will continue throughout the ...

CSU ethnic studies community celebrate AB 1460 passage

BY: Xol Aceytuno, Sept. 7, 2020 Ethnic studies advocates at Cal Poly Pomona and ...