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Marisol Ibarra and Sen. Melissa Hurtado.

Graduate Taps Political Acumen to Help Change Lives

Marisol Ibarra first honed her political chops taking on leadership roles in high school and rubbing elbows with city leaders as a volunteer at community events in her native South Gate. Now, the graduating political science senior is helping a state Sen. Melissa Hurtado, D-Sanger craft legislation and respond to the needs of constituents as part of the Sacramento Semester Program.
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McPhee Scholars and valedictorians Taylor Edwards and David Hughes.

College of Science Honors Two Valedictorians

Meet the 2019 College of Science McPhee Scholars and valedictorians Taylor Edwards and David Hughes. Hughes is a computer science student and Edwards is a biological sciences student. Both will be honored at commencement for graduating with 4.0 GPAs.
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New ASI president and vice-president Pasindu Senaratne and Rachel Hunter.

New Student Leaders Elected

The Associated Students Inc. (ASI) elections committee announced Pasindu Senaratne and Rachel Hunter as the 2019-20 ASI president-elect and vice president-elect, respectively, after voting concluded on April 18. Senaratne is a third-year student studying finance, real estate and law. He currently serves as ASI vice president alongside ASI President Jenny Greenberg. Hunter is a third-year political science student and currently serves in two positions as ASI senate president pro tempore and student interest senator.
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Lanterman Development Center

University Establishes Lanterman Advisory Committee

President Soraya M. Coley has established a broad-based campus committee to provide input as Cal Poly Pomona and FivePoint Holdings, LLC partner to re-envision and develop the site formerly known as the Lanterman Development Center. The ultimate vision is to transform the site into a vibrant university-oriented, mixed-use community that supports the academic mission, generates revenue and provides benefits to the surrounding area.
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Alumna Nicole Parr

“I had two job offers and I chose this one because that’s where I felt the love and support that I had at Cal Poly Pomona. I like my job because it feels like home.”

Nicole Parr
Production Chemist at Abbott Laboratories

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The Compass

Stay informed about news and real-time updates about construction projects, road closures, power shutdowns, mechanical malfunctions or maintenance work. The Compass also contains information about construction projects throughout the university. Visit the website to learn about the I-10 Kellogg on-ramp closure beginning in early May.

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Counseling & Psychological Services

(CAPS) supports students with group and individual therapy, crisis intervention, wellness coaching and access to on- and off-campus resources. College is a fun and exciting experience, but it can also present a variety of challenges. Experienced professional staff members are committed to helping students meet their academic, professional and personal goals.

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