The lecture presents an overview of the political and social developments that happened in the Ottoman Empire during the Armistice period and it explores how the Armenian community organized itself while facing political turmoil.
The Fresno State Choirs, directed by Dr. Cari Earnhart, and the Fresno City College Choirs, directed by Julie Dana, will come together for an emotional evening of music and readings celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History Month.
Dr. Ahmad Tarakji, president of the Syrian American Medical Society (SAMS) and producer Kirstine Barfod will participate in a discussion following a free screening of “The Cave” at 5:30 p.m., Jan. 31 in the Peters Education Center Auditorium next to the Save-Mart Center in the Student Recreation Center.
Thanks in part to a grant from California Humanities, the Fresno State Master of Fine Arts program will bring to the community a new four-part reading series this spring, Diverse Voices in Contemporary Fiction.
During the holiday break, the Fresno Barking Bulldog Debate Team headed to UC Berkeley for a national debate tournament. They practiced nine hours a week throughout the break and their preparation helped pull them through to win several awards.