This month in the Arts and Humanities — a September review

Students walk beneath the trees in the center of campus

It’s been an eventful second month of the semester. We are celebrating the successes of our students and welcoming our new faculty and staff to the college! Here are the top 5 stories from the month of September.

ALUMNI NEWS: One theatre grad’s path from student to NYC stage manager

Headshot of Fresno State alumna Samantha WatsonWe caught up with 2008 theatre arts alumna Samantha Watson, now a successful New York City stage manager, for a Q&A about her path from student to stage manager.

New Faces

Of the 60 new faculty members at Fresno State this fall, about 22% of the new hires are in the College of Arts and Humanities. We caught up with new faculty and staff members from across the college to learn more about the unique experience and expertise they bring to Fresno State.

Barking Bulldogs Debate Team competed in Kansas City

The Barking Bulldogs Debate Team traveled to Kansas City, MO, to participate in the University of Missouri-Kansas City debate tournament.

Music alum Constantine Pappas gets understudy for lead role in ‘Phantom’

Constantine Pappas lands understudy role in Phantom of the Opera.Fresno State music alum Constantine Pappas landed a huge role, playing the understudy to the character of Raoul in the national tour of “The Phantom of the Opera.” We caught up with him recently and asked him a few questions.

‘Real Men Sing’ festival brings high school students to Fresno State campus

From Sept. 14-15, young men from across the Valley came together to perform in the 16th annual “Real Men Sing Choral Festival.”

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The College of Arts and Humanities provides a diverse student population with the communication skills, humanistic values and cultural awareness that form the foundation of scholarship. The college offers intellectual and artistic programs that engage students and faculty and the community in collaboration, dialog and discovery. These programs help preserve, illuminate and nourish the arts and humanities for the campus and for the wider community.

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