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CPP population remains higher than parking spaces available

Finding a parking spot on campus poses problems for students once again as the ...

CPP listed as potential voting center for 2020 census

By NICOLAS HERNANDEZ Staff Writer With a new decade comes a new constitutionally mandated ...

Students share their thoughts on living in the new residential halls

The new Sicomora and Secoya Residence Halls opened Jan. 17 for first-year students to ...

New residential hall complex now open

The new $185 million twin, eight-story residential hall complex opened Friday, Jan. 17 for ...

I-10 off-ramp to Kellogg Drive closed for 90 days

Expect higher than normal traffic during the first week of the spring semester due ...

Aquatic Aspirations wins Director Award

By CHRISTINA MANUEL & ELIZABETH HERNANDEZ Managing Editor & Editor in Chief The joint ...

Timeline of U.S. and Middle Eastern conflicts

It must be noted that the United States and Middle Eastern contemporary conflicts date ...

Collins College team wins second in New York City competition

A team of six Cal Poly Pomona students from the Collins College of Hospitality ...