Ruth Olivares

Kinesiology course becomes clinic for children

Twenty years back, Sarah Quezada remembered her brother attending therapy at Cal Poly Pomona’s ...

Embracing the spring season on the farm

Families and students hopped into the spring spirit by petting farm animals, hunting for ...

Graduation rates on the rise

Hard work pays off.  Students can attest to this as graduation rates at Cal ...

Lanterman site opens new opportunities

Affordable student housing, an additional restaurant run by the The Collins College of Hospitality ...

Master plan to change campus

In a few short years, the campus as we see it today will look ...

Increase in students seeking DRC services

There was a time when the university’s Disability Resource Center (DRC) served roughly 300 ...

Bookstore awaits student-designed clothing line

Duffel bags in Cal Poly Green, striped joggers with phone straps, and minimalist designed ...

Rats driven from music building

Back in May 2018, the music building, Building 24, was well known for musically ...

Rebranding efforts met with criticism

An unexpectedly controversial new logo welcomed members of the Cal Poly Pomona community to ...

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