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CPP News

News for the students and by the students of Cal Poly Pomona. These program are produced by students in the Cal Poly Pomona Communication Department.

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The Real Coach Carter

Ken Carter, the man whose story inspired the recent movie Coach Carter, spoke to more than 150 Cal Poly Pomona students about the importance of education and teamwork during a speech titled "Built to Win" on March 7, 2005 in the University Theatre.
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A History of Cal Poly Pomona

The Cal Poly Pomona story from the 1920s to the present. This 15-minute video includes rare footage of the W.K. Kellogg and his Arabian Horse Ranch which he bequeathed to the State of California and which eventually became Cal Poly Pomona. 
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Fall Conference

Annual All-University Convocation and Service Awards Presentation.

Cal Poly Pomona Master Plan

See what the future holds for Cal Poly Pomona. Through the use of renderings, models, video images and computer animation, this 8-minute video presents an overview of plans for the campus over the next 20 years. 
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Campus Forum

Campus Forum brings interesting speakers to Cal Poly Pomona who present ideas and analysis related to their discipline and field of expertise. 

BioTrek Dedication

The dedication ceremony of Cal Poly Pomona's new Rain Bird Rain Forest Simulation and Learning Center features authentic Native American ceremonies.
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Update: May 04, 2005
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