Focus Nov. 30: campus safety; ONYX club; videography/music alum

This week on Fresno State Focus, anchor July Cruz of Clovis will talk to Lt. James Watson of the Fresno State Police Department about campus safety when the student-produced TV show airs at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, on Comcast Channel 94 and AT&T U-Verse Channel 99.

Anchor Tiera Richardson of Los Angeles will speak with Joshua Slack about the ONYX club, a black male collective at Fresno State that works to improve the quality of life for black males on campus. The show will also feature a story about Fresno State alumnus Michael Wooten of Tracy, who has a passion for videography and music. 

Fresno State Focus is also streamed live on the CMAC.TV Education Channel and on the Fresno State Focus TV YouTube channel. INFO: Faith Sidlow, assistant professor of Media, Communications and Journalism, at 559.278.4868 or Fresno State Focus Facebook.

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