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Students and faculty give their take on adjusting to semester system

Cal Poly Pomona’s first semester in history is in its 10th week and students ...

Cyber Security Awareness Fair focuses on social credit

In honor of Cyber Security and Awareness Month, a Cyber Security Awareness Fair (CSAF) ...

Vaping faces no consequences

CSU policy that makes campuses smoke and tobacco-free includes e-cigarettes, but at CPP, the ...

Hua new Title IX officer

With the departure of Linda Hoos, Cal Poly Pomona’s current Title IX Coordinator, Susan ...

Scammers trying to steal student money with fraudulent checks

Anonymous individuals are posing as university professors or other professionals and are trying to ...

Brown vetoes medical abortions bill for public universities

Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill on Sept. 30 that would have required all ...

The high cost of eating on campus

Prices of campus eateries are considerably higher than off-campus equivalents. Buying food on campus ...

A first look at the new Student Services Building

By Elizabeth Hernandez and Christina Manuel Final touches are being done on the new ...

Deadline for voter registration is Oct. 22

This year’s midterm elections are only a few weeks away and there is a ...

Police will ticket illegal crossers at South Campus Drive

Students who live in the University Village now have to pay more attention to ...