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  1. A Conversation with Gerald OleskerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 18 |

    When Gerald Olesker was an architecture student at Cal Poly Pomona, his professors would wonder why he would include lighting fixtures in his drawings. Gerald would soon find out that in architecture, the attitude toward lighting was often scornful.


  2. Cal Poly Pomona student housing project will use 5 acres of pasture landRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 17 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    POMONA>> Cal Poly Pomona will use five acres of pasture land on campus to build housing that will accommodate 800 to 1,000 freshman students, university administrators announced Monday. The land to be used is on the southeast corner of Kellogg Drive and Eucalyptus Lane and is one of 10 sites on campus considered for the project, administrators said.


  3. a Macbetha featured drama in Southern California Shakespeare FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    POMONA >> The Southern California Shakespeare Festival at Cal Poly Pomona will run Sept. 5 to Oct. 4 featuring the classic drama, “Macbeth.” Directed by David Fox, the festival will be in the Studio Theatre at Cal Poly.


  4. Mayo: 10 Draft picks off to impressive startsRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 12 | Washington Nationals

    The Major League Baseball Draft was conducted just two months ago, but thanks in part to a mid-July signing deadline, all of those who signed have largely gotten to go out and see what it's like to play the game at the professional level. There aren't a lot of expectations attached to performances for draftees, even those who are expected to move more quickly than others, in the first summer of their career.


  5. Former Cal Poly Pomona head horse trainera s lawsuit blames racism for his demotionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    POMONA >> The former head trainer at the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center at Cal Poly Pomona is suing the university, alleging he was demoted to a position tantamount to a pig farmer because he's black and for complaining about “unethical conduct” by some members of the center's board of directors. The university had not yet received a copy of the lawsuit and was unable to comment, according to spokeswoman Emily Velasco.


  6. Cal Poly Student Sues University Over Free Speech DisputeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | CBS Local

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  7. Ex-head horse trainer at Cal Poly Pomona demoted to pig farmer because hea s black, lawsuit claimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Mark Stinson, seen demonstrating how a well-trained trail horse moves through obstacles at the Cal Poly Pomona horse show held at the W. K. Kellogg Arabian horse center on Jan. 4, 2015, says he was unfairly demoted from head horse trainer to pig farmer. A lawsuit says the reasons include him being black.


  8. 2 colleges settle claims for protest restrictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | Davis Enterprise

    Cal Poly Pomona and Citrus College in Glendora, both east of Los Angeles, have in the past eight months settled cases brought against them by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, also known as FIRE. Cal Poly paid $35,000 for attorney fees and court costs for Nicolas Tomas, a student who was handing out brochures supporting a vegan lifestyle and attacking treatment of farm animals.


  9. 28 California colleges, universities have a restrictivea protest, demonstration policiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 9 | San Bernardino County Sun

    Sonoma State doesn't have a free speech zone of the kind that got Cal Poly Pomona into hot water earlier this year - and cost them $35,000 to get back out - but it does have the Mario Savio's Speakers Corner, named after the activist-turned-math teacher. Although political speech isn't restricted on campus, some groups still choose to use the site, to honor the teacher who fought for the rights of students to be politically active at the University of California in Berkeley in the 1960s.


  10. Geoff Broussard goes from released to relief star for Angelsa IE 66ersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 7 | San Bernardino County Sun

    When the Philadelphia Phillies released pitcher Geoff Broussard halfway through spring training of 2014, they didn't set him free. They sent him into an earthward spiral.


  11. Dodgers prospect Kyle Garlick has second four-hit night for LoonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 |

    Friday : Wisconsin Timber Rattlers at Great Lakes Loons , 7:05 p.m. Blanked : After five straight losses, the Great Lakes Loons' pitchers combined to throw a six-hit shutout, beating the Beloit Snappers, 9-0, Thursday. Great Lakes batted around in the eighth inning, turning a 3-0 game into a 9-0 win.


  12. Community rallies around family after S.C. surfboard shaper's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 6 | The Wave

    Friends of Garth Day have set up a memorial fund to benefit the wife and two sons of a veteran San Clemente surfboard manufacturer who took his own life July 25. He was 47. Nearly 300 people gathered July 31 at Lasuen Beach for a paddle-out in his memory. Friends said he had been dealing with financial troubles and painful health challenges.


  13. 3 Things I Learned from the New Yorker About Free Speech: In an...Read the original story

    Aug 3, 2015 | Instapundit

    That's news to me! The First Amendment sure seemed to help in this case settled less than two weeks ago for nearly a million dollars that the author didn't seem to know about. 2) "Speech nuts, like gun nuts, have amassed plenty of arguments"-which I guess means we "speech nuts" are wrong? Because, what, we have a lot of arguments for free speech? How does that work, again? Interesting thinking from a journalist who relies on free speech for his living.


  14. School selection, part 3 - the theory/application spectrumRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 2, 2015 |

    Arguably the most important and least-discussed trait to be considered in school selection is a university's place on the theory / application spectrum. Ask yourself this.


  15. AIMS 360 Apparel ERP Software - NYC Certification Class Scores BigRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2015 | PRWeb

    With major expansion efforts of AIMS 360 into the East Coast in the past year, the demand for AIMS 360 software and training sessions have increased significantly. On July 20, AIMS 360 kicked-off their 3-day AIMS360 Certification Class in New York City and received an amazing turnout from major brands and key resources of the industry from the Eastern region.


  16. I Use the Word 'Vibrant'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | Planetizen

    The other day I got into a bit of a spat on Twitter with someone who had clearly had enough with the word "activate." A second tweet followed: "Seriously, students of planning, do yourselves a favor.


  17. Teachers learn new methodology at summer program at Art CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2015 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Patricia Romero, second from left, along with Daphne Chase, Patricia Cortez, and Elizabeth Kleinrock, left, work on their project during a summer course for educators with design-based learning, "a high-touch, low-tech methodology to tap students´ natural creativity to develop higher-level thinking and enhance comprehension of the K-12 curriculum." at Art Center College of Design, South Campus in Pasadena, Calif., on Thursday, July 23, 2015.


  18. Holy Name of Mary Parish Hall in San Dimas is blessed, dedicatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 29, 2015 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Parishioners at Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church in San Dimas look at and take pictures of dedication bricks outside the churches newly built Sacred Hearts Hall following a special dedication ceremony Sunday. SAN DIMAS >> A man sighed as he stared in awe at the stained-glass window panel showing Mary, the mother of Jesus and the inspirational name for Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church.


  19. Hustle & Code: Nonprofit Organization Hosts Youth Hackathon in WattsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 28, 2015 | Re/code

    In recent years, former USC head football coach Pete Carroll would stop by the Nickerson Recreation Center gymnasium to recruit players. He offered young men a way out of the Nickerson Gardens housing complex in the Watts neighborhood of South Los Angeles, where the names of those who have died are written in Old English script on the walls.


  20. Monterey Jazz Festival features pioneers, legends, teensRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2015 | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    Single-day, full-package arena and grounds tickets are now available for the 58th annual Monterey Jazz Festival, the world's premier and oldest continuous jazz festival, to be held Sept. 18-20 at the Monterey County Fairgrounds.