This month in the Arts and Humanities — an April review

picture collage of the top 5 stories for the month of April

We look back on another eventful month in the College of Arts and Humanities. Here are the top five stories from the month of April.

Arts in Motion highlights CAH Students of Distinction  

Arts in Motion announced the undergraduate and graduate Dean’s Medalists and featured 16 students of distinction. Each student represents their department with the highest academic achievements and inspiring career goals.   

Fresno State marked anniversary of Armenian Genocide

The Fresno State and broader community gathered on campus to recognize the 103rd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The evening included prayers, singing and two guest speakers with a crowded audience full of students, faculty, staff and Armenian families.

Opera Theatre presented Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘The Gondoliers’  

Fresno State Opera Theatre performed “The Gondoliers” by Gilbert and Sullivan this past weekend. Performances were on April 20 and April 22, in the Music Building‘s Wahlberg Hall. Also, three of the performers are celebrating recent accomplishments that will further their music careers. 

Marisa Mata’s reflection on London trip  

Take a look at how one student’s experience while studying abroad in London made her appreciate Fresno more than ever before. The trip inspired her to be more in touch with Fresno’s opportunities and her sense of belonging in the world. 

Fresno State professors embark on a CSU Arts journey

Don’t miss out on what these professors Steven Church, Anthony Radford, Faith Sidlow have to say about CSU Summer Arts. CSU Summer Arts will offer 18 courses this summer, including 15 on the Fresno State campus and three abroad, in Germany, Spain and Italy.

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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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