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CPP “Science on Tap” presents “vaccines: friends or foes?”

By Maria Flores, April 6, 2021 As more vaccinations continue to be distributed out ...

University considers testing options amid partial return to campus

By Diana Vasquez, April 6, 2021 Cal Poly Pomona President Soraya Coley joined ASI ...

COVID-19 relief funds reach CPP community

By Isabella Cano, April 6, 2021 Cal Poly Pomona is one of the last ...

Instagram whistleblowers reveal California College Republican hate speech in chatroom

By Georgia Valdes and Kristy Ramirez Screenshots from a Discord server attributed to a ...

Diploma break-down: graduates’ thoughts on drive-thru ceremony

By: Gus Castillo, April 6, 2021 As the semester comes to a close, Cal ...

Alumni create new sanitization company amid COVID-19 pandemic

By Moustafa Elhadary, Mar. 23, 2021 Founded last fall, Mistify Labs is an up ...

Upcoming pop-up course explores ‘fake news’

By Jose Herrera, March 23, 2021 Cal Poly Pomona’s Office of Academic Innovation is ...

Library hosts conspiracy theory education event

By Aprille Gozdecki, Mar. 23, 2021 Cal Poly Pomona’s University Library hosted Beyond Tin ...

Anti-Asian attacks rise in Disunited States of America

By: Juan Godinez, Mar. 23, 2021 Hate crimes against Asian Americans, on the rise ...

ASI passes resolution in solidarity with Asian American students following Atlanta shooting

By Grace Johnson, March 23, 2021 Following last week’s attacks on Asian Americans in ...