Cal State Poly Pomona Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. Copeland, Ray DrewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 13 | Visalia Times-Delta

    May 09, 2016 Exeter Ray Copeland, 85 of Exeter, died May 9, 2016 at his home surrounded by his loving family. Mr. Copeland was born November 8, 1930, in Calexico, California, to James and Walton Copeland.


  2. One Deficit Too Many; UCSD Sees Season Ended by No. 25 Cal Poly Pomona at CCAA ChampionshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 13 | UC San Diego Tritons

    UC San Diego rallied from a 5-0 deficit to pull even, but No. 25 Cal Poly Pomona managed to run away again for a 9-6 victory in an elimination game on day three of the 2016 California Collegiate Athletic Association Baseball Championship Friday at Banner Island Ballpark.


  3. Global Hawk icing tests open doors to ease flight restrictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 13 | Aerotech News And Review

    Global Vigilance Combined Test Force members prepare a Global Hawk remotely piloted vehicle to perform icing test flights. The aircraft was fitted with a 3-D printed nylon structure to duplicate the weight and drag of ice forming on wings and tail.


  4. Area College: Redlands' Ordian tied for first in NCAA Division III golfRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 12 | The Press-Enterprise

    University of Redlands' Caroline Ordian finished day three of the NCAA Division III women's golf championships in Houston tied for first place at 2-over 218. The Bulldogs dropped one spot from the second round to finish in sixth place with a total score of 938.


  5. CHS Track competes at Region 12 ChampionshipsRead the original story

    Thursday May 12 | Sun Advocate

    The Carbon High School girls' and boys' track squads competed at the 2016 Region 12 Championships on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, with 24 athletes qualifying for State. Highlights included Sara Morley taking first in both the Girls' Shot Put and the Girls' Discus, making her the Region 12 Champion.


  6. Things my mom taught meRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 12 | Sun Advocate

    As per usual, I'm late with this whole Mother's Day thing. I mean, I was the first to call my mom on Sunday morning , but I have yet to even order a Mother's Day gift But, maybe if I make my mom cry by talking about her, she might forgive me for always being late on these types of things.


  7. Both Triton Men and Women Finish Second at CCAA ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 7 | UC San Diego Tritons

    The UC San Diego men's and women's track and field teams concluded the final day of the California Collegiate Athletic Association Championships, Saturday at Jesse Owens Stadium. Both the Triton men and women finished in second place.


  8. Universities, tribes work to support Native American students in Inland EmpireRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 7 | Redlands Daily Facts

    Officials with the University of Redlands , Cal State San Bernardino and Cal Poly Pomona are working to expose Native American youth to college life and help high school students enroll in college and earn their degrees. “When students are getting their education, they're building their capacity to build up their nations because they're going to be the future leaders,” said Heather Torres, Creating a Passion for Learning coordinator in Native American Student Programs at the University of Redlands.


  9. Lisa Wolpe's Shakespeare and the Alchemy of Gender to Play TulaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 6 |

    Fresh off an international tour, Lisa Wolpe's celebrated show SHAKESPEARE AND THE ALCHEMY OF GENDER will run from May 20-22, 2016 in Tulane's Lupin Theater. Ms. Wolpe has arguably played more of the Bard's male roles than any woman in history.


  10. Larry Wilmore, comic in the DC crosshairs, is from PomonaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 30 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

    Larry Wilmore is host of “The Nightly Show,” which replaced “The Colbert Report” on Comedy Central. He graduated from Damien High and attended Cal Poly Pomona, where he studied theater but dropped out to pursue acting and standup comedy.


  11. Making the last games count, Carbon baseball wins two final home gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | Sun Advocate

    The Carbon High School baseball team dragged out its last home games as long as possible on Tuesday, coming away with two wins against Juab High School in the doubleheader, including an extra-inning win. "Great defense, great pitching.


  12. Athletic mom a big influence on MontgomeryRead the original story

    Wednesday May 4 | Seattle Mariners

    "Mom, grab your glove," the lanky left-hander said. And next thing you know, mother and son were playing catch in the street in front of the home where he grew up in Valencia, Calif.


  13. Tritons in Los Angeles for CCAA Championships, With Men Looking to Defend Conference TitleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 4 | UC San Diego Tritons

    THE SCHEDULE at 2016 CCAA Championships Thursday, May 5 10 a.m. Friday, May 6 10 a.m. Saturday, May 7 11:30 a.m. Jesse Owens Stadium Los Angeles Live Results Meet Schedule LIVE RESULTS Live results will be provided for the CCAA Championships through the Finished Results app . The cost to download is a nominal $0.99, and is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.


  14. Lynwood students win logo design contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 4 | Downey Patriot

    Lynwood High School seniors Irving Arias and Jose R. Lozano impressed judges so much with their artwork that both were named winners of the inaugural Long Beach Region California Student Opportunity and Access Program College Prep Summer Camp logo design contest. As a result, this year's official summer camp T-shirts will boast two logos - Lozano's circular seal with a blazing sun, rays and graduation mortar board on the front pocket, and Arias' drawing of the state boundaries with the words Cal across the top and SOAP vertically in front of sun rays on the back.


  15. Faculty union approves salary agreement with Cal StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | Los Angeles Times

    Cal State faculty union members have approved a deal to boost salaries that was struck with management last month and averted a massive strike at the nation's largest public university system, officials said Tuesday. Salaries will increase by 10.5% over three budget years, and, as part of the compromise, the union agreed to double the time it would take for a professor to be vested for retiree health benefits.


  16. Dinos tally two wins against North SanpeteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | Sun Advocate

    After a week full of delays and postponed games due to rain, and even a little sleet and snow, the Carbon High School baseball team played its three-game series against North Sanpete High School with a doubleheader on the road on Wednesday and a home game on Saturday. The Dinos won two out of three of the games, defeating the Hawks handily in the games in which they were victorious.


  17. Once an Etiwanda elementary teacher, now a California Highway PatrolmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 2 | San Bernardino County Sun

    Jonathan Boyd, 33, graduated from Etiwanda High School in 2001 and went on to earn a bachelor of science degree from Cal Poly Pomona, according to a CHP news release. He began working as a teacher at John L. Golden Elementary School in the Etiwanda School District.


  18. Area Colleges: Cal Baptist baseball clinches a share of PacWest titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | The Press-Enterprise

    The Cal Baptist baseball team got to work quickly in its series finale with Fresno Pacific and clinched at least a share of the PacWest Conference crown with an 8-3 win on the road Friday afternoon. The sixth-ranked Lancers in NCAA Division II and top team in the West Region can also clinch the PacWest title outright with one more win in their remaining four games with APU.


  19. Weekend events: Antique Truck Show in Perris among things to do in the Inland ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | San Bernardino County Sun

    Antique Truck Show: See antique trucks, step onto train cars, ride the trolleys. Thousands of truck enthusiasts and rail fans will gather May 1 at the Orange Empire Railway Museum in Perris for the 30th annual Antique Truck Show and Swap Meet.


  20. By Donna LewisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 28 | Hospitality Net

    Essentially hotels offer a place to stay in a given location, and everyone needs that right? Which means a hotels target audience is almost everyone right? Wrong and wrong. Ok, so maybe you already know that your target audience isnt everyone per se, but truly how specific is the audience .