Fresno State Grad Designs Her Perfect Career

Srmayan with one of her paintings. Photo Credit: Maggie Srmayan

Before ever setting foot on the Save Mart Center stage for her graduation, Maggie Srmayan had her first professional job lined-up. After receiving her Bachelor’s Degree on Friday afternoon, she packed her car and headed down to Los Angeles to start work on a short film that Monday morning.

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Students collaborate to publish a children’s book which teaches environmental responsibility

The Tree Tales

College of Arts and Humanities undergrads Kelsi Stieler, Kaylee Gutierrez, and Kristin Bonillas have utilized their talents and collaborated to write, illustrate and publish a children’s book. “The Tree Tales” book, which is available on Amazon, centers around the importance of environmental conservation and teaches kids what they can do to help. “A large part […]

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Fresno State to Host Interactive Adobe Day on Nov. 15

Adobe Creative Cloud graphic

A chance for students to win prizes, Adobe merchandise, and annual Adobe Creative Cloud licenses. Fresno State will host its first-ever Adobe Day on Thursday, Nov. 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Free Speech Area. As part of a partnership between the California State University (CSU) system and Adobe, Fresno State students, faculty […]

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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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New Faces: Media, Communications and Journalism welcomes four new professors

New Faces MCJ

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 college, inspiring new […]

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A Creative Collaboration: The Library Partners with Interior Design Class for Makerspace Week

Maker Space mockup

Republished from Henry Madden Library Story by Jacqueline Gonzalez, Henry Madden Library Student Assistant Photos by David Celaya Fresno State Art and Design Librarian Monica Fusich is collaborating with Professor of Interior Design Holly Sowles on a research project that will eventually turn into “Makerspace Week.” Makerspaces are areas where students can make an original […]

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CAH Investigates: Kelsey Heater and the ‘Couchmen’ uniform

The day started like any other. Responding to emails, referencing calendars, attempting to track down leads without spilling sips of too-cold coffee down our freshly starched and pressed shirts. Then, the familiar PING pulled us out of our furrow-browed focus as the story came in. We dropped everything– including our jaws –as we read the […]

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