Regardless of how you feel about graduation, think about it, you’ll only have four more weeks until you say goodbye to Cal Poly Pomona (CPP) forever. You only have four more weeks to do everything you’ve ever wanted to do on this campus (legal and appropriate, of course).
Or perhaps you’re in the same boat as I am. You’re not quite ready to leave and graduate, but you’re down to checking off things on your CPP bucket list.
Some of mine include taking a photo with Billy Bronco, swimming laps at the newly built BRIC pool, taking a photo with University President, Dr. Ortiz, visiting the Arabian Horse Center and visiting the tree house behind building one.
Here are some other things your fellow Broncos said they would like to accomplish before the end of the year; feel free to add some of these on your own list, or if you don’t have one, maybe this will inspire you to start!
Aisha Razzak, a fourth-year finance, real estate and law student, shared some things she’d love to accomplish before she leaves CPP.
“I’ve always wanted to visit the Center for Regenerative Studies (CRS) on campus,” said Razzak. “I’d also like to be able to take a picnic somewhere on campus and take a class in the Collins College (of Hospitality Management, which I’m currently doing.”
Marian Sobretodo, a fourth-year biology student, has a few things on her to-do list as well: participate in Matt’s Run, climb the CPP letters, participate in Pilipino-American Culture Night and attend at least one ASI event for her remaining time at CPP.
The university is also celebrating it’s 75th Anniversary, so there are many unique happenings on campus this year that will make you part of its history. As part of the 75th Anniversary Finale, for the first time ever, CPP is hosting a pool party AND there will be fireworks . POOL and FIREWORKS. ON CAMPUS. Wouldn’t it be cool to look back and say that you were there when it happened?
What are some of the things you’d love to cross off your list before you leave this institution?
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