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Impact Magazine

Collectively, our CLA community is doing amazing things on campus, in the community, and in the world. Alongside the quarterly CLA e-newsletter, The Link, Impact magazine gives a sense of the depth and breadth of the CLA story of excellence.

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Xerox Donates Printing Press to Graphic Communication Department at Cal Poly

Xerox, a global leader in graphic communications, has donated a printing press to Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication Department. 

Xerox installed a Xerox® Color 800 Press with the Xerox EX Print Serv...
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Cal Poly Ethnic Studies Student Receives CSU Trusteesí Award

Cal Poly comparative ethnic studies student Mario Espinoza of Modesto, Calif., was awarded the 2015 California State University (CSU) Trustees’ Award for Outstanding Achievement.

The Outstandin...
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Cal Poly Journalism Students Win CNPA Newspaper Contest Awards

Cal Poly Mustang News staffers won five Campus Excellence in Journalism awards at the California Newspaper Publishers Association’s Better Newspapers Contest on May 9.

Mustang News took home three first-place plaques, including best feature story, ...
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Industry Leaders to Talk July 6-8 at Cal Poly Graphic Communication Conference

Three industry leaders will present keynote talks at the graphic communication International Conference to be held July 6-8 at Cal Poly.

Speakers include: Gary Field, Cal Poly professor emeritus and leading authority on color reproduction; Kevin C...
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Cal Poly Professor to Oversee French Advanced Placement Exams

Brian G. Kennelly, Cal Poly professor in the Modern Languages & Literatures Department, was named the 2015-16 chief reader designate by the College Board to oversee the French Language and Culture Advanced Pl...
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Cal Poly Studentís Water Crisis Forecast Research Takes First at Competition

Cal Poly anthropology and geography student Mike Johnson took first place in the California Geographical Society’s Geosystems Award competition for his research project “Developing a Decision-Suppo...
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