Speaker urges ‘educational vaccine’ during genocides exhibit at Henry Madden Library

Visitors explore the Genocides of the 20th Century exhibit at the Henry Madden Library on Sept. 6.

~ This story was republished from The Collegian By Seth Casey Fresno State hosted guest speaker Dr. Clint Curle, senior advisor to the president at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, for the opening reception of the Genocides of the 20th Century exhibit on Sept. 6. Following a reception of appetizers, refreshments and conversation, the […]

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Dr. Tina Fernandes Botts carries on family tradition by addressing the problem of racial discrimination in ‘For Equals Only’

Book Cover. For Equals Only - Race, Equality, and the Equal Protection Clause. Portrays white and colored drinking fountains

Congratulations to Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Fresno State, Dr. Tina Fernandes Botts whose book For Equals Only: Race, Equality, and the Equal Protection Clause published by Rowman & Littlefield is available through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Books-a-Million. “I hope people will come to understand a little more fully than they do now that color-blind jurisprudence […]

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New Faces: English welcomes three new professors

New Faces in English: Brynn Saito, Venita Blackburn, Joseph Sassara

The College of Arts and Humanities at Fresno State is the largest college on campus, encompassing nine departments, and the Armenian Studies Program. Each year, new faculty are brought on to elevate the academic offerings here at Fresno State. These new faculty members bring innovative research, diverse fields of study and technical expertise to our […]

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Institute for Media and Public Trust presents First Amendment Forum

View of the Fresno State Peace Garden

Fresno State’s Institute for Media and Public Trust will present a First Amendment forum from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17, at the Leon S. and Pete P. Peters Educational Center in the Student Recreation Center. This free event is open to the public. The forum will feature an expert panel that will explore free-speech issues on university […]

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Legendary drummer Pete Escovedo brings Latin Jazz to Fresno State

Pete Escovedo

Hot on the heels of the release of his new album “Back to the Bay,” Pete Escovedo will perform his jazz hit at Fresno State and will lead a percussion seminar for students. Presented by the United Negro College Fund Fresno Chapter, the Pete Escovedo Latin Jazz Orchestra will perform at the Concert Hall in […]

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Want to study in London for three weeks? Here’s how…

Elevated photo of London

The 2019 London Program is offering a 3-week session before the beginning of Spring semester. It promises to be an authentic British experience and earn 3 units of course credit, satisfying Area IC. Spend three weeks in the heart of London with Profs Anthony Radford, Nick Potter and Robert Maldonado exploring the best of London’s […]

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