Fresno State Focus looks ahead to Day of Giving

Fresno State Focus

By Cedric Hood “Fresno State Focus” — a public affairs program produced by Media, Communications and Journalism students — will air its fourth weekly show of the fall 2018 semester at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31. The student-run news production has a lot in store this week including shining a light on last winter’s Ghana study […]

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Reunion lunch brings together Arts and Humanities Top Dogs ahead of gala

2018 College of Arts and Humanities Top Dog - Dr. Gerald R. McMenamin

Every year, over a thousand alumni and friends of Fresno State gather for The Top Dog Alumni Awards Gala to honor one distinguished alum from each college. Ahead of the gala, the College of Arts and Humanities invites past Top Dog recipients, College of Arts and Humanities Advisory Board (AHAB) members, emeriti faculty, and student […]

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Dr. Ümit Kurt to speak on ‘The Curious Case of Ahmed Necmeddin Bey: A Look into the Sociopolitical Climate in Aintab on the Eve of 1915’

Dr. Ümit Kurt, Henry S. Khanzadian Kazan Visiting Professor in Armenian Studies at Fresno State for Fall 2018

Kazan Visiting Professor in Armenian Studies Dr. Ümit Kurt will give his third public lecture on “The Curious Case of Ahmed Necmeddin Bey: A Look into the Sociopolitical Climate in Aintab on the Eve of 1915” at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 6 in the University Business Center, Alice Peters Auditorium, Room 191 on the Fresno State campus.

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2018 Cello Fresno Festival to end with a Gala Concert

Prof. Emilio Colon, Cara Colon, and Dr. Thomas Loewenheim

The “Cello Fresno Gala Concert” will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3 at the Concert Hall. The performance represents the culmination of the 2018 Cello Fresno Festival which runs Nov. 1-3.  Tickets are $15 general, $10 Seniors and employee, $5 for students. Cellists from the Central Valley, as well as California, Nevada, and Indiana, […]

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Artist Jaime Ruiz Otis gives new life to maquiladoras waste products

Artist Jaime Ruiz Otis

“Jaime Ruiz Otis: Mined Matter” is a mix-media exhibition of collage paintings that incorporate engraving and printmaking. The works reflect Ruiz Otis’ life experience as a trained artist and former maquiladora (factory that provides inexpensive manufacturing and assembly for foreign products) worker. “This exhibition is the result of relationships the Center for Creativity and the […]

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Barking Bulldogs’ winning streak continues at SDSU and UNLV!

Barking Bulldogs Awards from SDSU Tournament

The Fresno State Barking Bulldogs competed in forensics tournaments at San Diego State University (SDSU) on Oct. 6-7 and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) on Oct. 20-22 and came home with a multitude of awards, including a first-place finish at each tournament. At SDSU, Primavera Leal Martinez and Aranveer Litt won first place […]

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