Taylor Jaseph

Bridging the gap in civil engineering

By Taylor Jaseph, Nov. 01, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona’s civil engineering department was awarded ...

Heat wave burns through CPP

By Taylor Jaseph, Sept. 20, 2022 From Aug. 31 to Sept. 9, Cal Poly ...

Interdisciplinary research for sustainable farming receives nearly $300,000 from USDA

By Taylor Jaseph, Sept. 6, 2022 A research project received $299,911 from the United States ...

Five CPP buildings test postive for lead in water

By Taylor Jaseph, Aug. 30, 2022 Facilities Planning & Management detected small amounts of lead ...

ASI resolution supports Silver Streak stop on campus

By Taylor Jaseph, May 3, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona’s ASI passed a resolution on ...

‘Sweet Charity’ hits the sweet spot

By Taylor Jaseph, May 3, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona’s music department danced on stage ...

‘Mr. Burns: A Post-Electric Play’ travels to Cal Poly Pomona

By Taylor Jaseph, Apr. 26, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona’s Department of Theatre and New Dance ...

Alopecia isn’t a haircut

Taylor Jaseph, April 19, 2022 Maybe I should audition for “G.I. Jane 2” if ...

Coley approves renaming College of the Extended University

By Taylor Jaseph, Apr. 12, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona President Soraya Coley approved the ...

Faculty are back and excited to teach in the classroom again

By Taylor Jaseph, Mar. 22, 2022 With 70% of classes back in person, Cal ...

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