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Paid to Play

Allison Servey fell in love with figuring out what makes things tick as a teenager on her high school’s robotics team. Her three years working on …

Beyond Borders

Every couple of months or so, Architecture Professor Pablo La Roche journeys to Cerro Azul, a small community just south of the U.S. border near …

Fueled by Family

In the 1960s, “Star Trek” declared space “the final frontier.” In the decades since the Cold War race to the moon and the Mercury-Gemini-Apollo era, …

The Big Give

The most generous day of giving in the history of Cal Poly Pomona raised $679,462 on April 24 and 25. Scholarships, programs, clubs and numerous initiatives …

2018 Distinguished Alumni

Each year, the university recognizes alumni from each of the eight colleges on campus. The distinguished alumni are chosen based on outstanding achievement in their …

Persistence Pays

Isaiah Shaw found more than just a university when he opted to attend Cal Poly Pomona. The first-year economics student also forged a deeper connection to …

Dreams Ignite

An intrepid group of Cal Poly Pomona students and faculty has embarked on an ambitious journey to develop liquid-fueled rockets and establish the Liquid Rocket …

The Right Stuff

Cal Poly Pomona is launching its Liquid Rocket Lab just as a new space race begins. That race is not between governments, but among private …

An Early Start on Success

At labs across campus, students peer into beakers in search of scientific discoveries. Others conduct interviews to learn more about how the mind works. Some …

Rhyme and Reason

All the great fighters have one — a pre-bout ritual that prepares them to go the distance. While Matt Bennett (’11, marketing management) is not a …

The Forensic Architect

Bruce Arita’s job description reads like a Marvel movie meets an episode of CSI. Anywhere in the world a natural disaster strikes, he’s there. He runs …