The Poly Post

$1 million embezzlement raises questions about campus oversight

By Michael Yu and Silas Hood, Nov. 22 2022 A former Foundation employee embezzled ...

Cynthia Pickett selected as presidential associate for inclusion and chief diversity officer

By Jonathan Santiago and Renee Walker, Nov. 22, 2022 The Office of the President announced ...

“Joan Didion: What She Means” opens at the UCLA Hammer Museum

By Kristine Pascual, Nov. 22, 2022  Less than a year after Joan Didion’s death ...

CPP’s I Am First program celebrates first-generation students

By Amanda Guevara and Marvin Villanueva, Nov. 15, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona’s I Am ...

CPP Dreamers may be in jeopardy after DACA court decision

By Renee Walker and Jonathan Santiago, Nov. 15, 2022 The survival of roughly 600,000 ...

CPP honors members of the Armed Forces

By Sofia Garcia and Erin Han, Nov. 15, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona’s Veterans Resource Center ...

The BRIC hosts yard sale; donates funds to SOAR

By Cristian Reyes and Kaitlyn Oliveros, Nov. 15, 2022 On Nov. 10, the Bronco ...

Students share their thoughts on astrology

By Kristine Pascual, Nov. 15, 2022 Astrology was first discovered in the 1800s, however, zodiac ...

Faculty and students share their thoughts on the recent CPP lawsuit

By Connie Lee and Eliana Rodriguez, Nov. 8, 2022 A recent Cal Poly Pomona ...

CPP’s Fall Honors Concert showcases student talents

By Aanuoluwapo Akingbemi and Kaitlyn Oliveros, Nov. 8, 2022  CPP’s music department hosted its ...