Summer Arts: A different kind of energy

~ Reprinted from Campus News For Jessica Robles, the studio is a second home. Her enthusiasm for the craft of printmaking is like an electric current that sparks her students’ creativity. As course coordinator for the CSU Summer Arts “Printmaking and Installation: Out of the Matrix” course, Robles created a dream workshop that students could […]

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Club Austral to celebrate 10 years

Club Austral literary magazines

~ By Lisa Maria Boyles, communications specialist for the College of Arts and Humanities Club Austral, a student organization at Fresno State, will celebrate its 10th anniversary in the coming academic year. “It’s a good feeling knowing that you can continue where someone else left room to grow,” said Francisco J. De León Alonso, one […]

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Arts in Motion celebrates College of Arts and Humanities

~ Video Recap of Dean’s Medalist Nominees: Produced by  Kameron Stiffler (lead), Edmer Archilla, Nikki McCabe, Cyrel Mallory, and Raul Reyes of the MCJ Multimedia Production Service At Arts in Motion on Saturday, April 29, the College of Arts and Humanities recognized its students of distinction from all areas of the college in a celebration of creativity and the […]

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University Theatre: ‘Heathers the Musical’ and a look ahead to the 2017-18 season

Heathers the Musical

~ By Anthony Cody, communications specialist for the Department of Theatre Arts Fresno State’s University Theatre will wrap up the 2016-17 theatre season with a presentation of “Heathers The Musical” May 5 through 13 (the stage is dark on May 8). This production is directed by Brad Myers. The musical, adapted from the cult-film “Heathers,” […]

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Global News Relay provides intense microcosm of newsroom experience

Global News Relay

~ By Lisa Maria Boyles, communications specialist for the College of Arts and Humanities Just a few minutes into the broadcast, the power went out. A teleprompter stopped working. Time zones around the planet created challenges. But despite a few glitches, it all came together, fueled by lots of caffeine, snacks and pizza. Months of planning […]

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English alumni inspire high school writers and teachers at campus conference

Young Writers Conference

~ Photo above (taken by Jefferson Beavers): Department of English lecturer Tanya Nichols, who has coordinated the Young Writers’ Conference for more than a decade, welcomes area high school students and teachers to campus. ~ Video by Jenny Toste, University Communications ~ Article by Jefferson Beavers, communications specialist for the Department of English Two alumni […]

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Cannupa Hanska Luger discussed his work in an artist lecture April 4

Artist Cannupa Hanska Luger and Charah Coleman

~ By Lisa Maria Boyles, communications specialist for the College of Arts and Humanities Charah Coleman works in Fresno State’s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. But on a recent Monday afternoon, during her lunch break, she was an artist, working her hands in wet clay, adding her own touches to a cast of an […]

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Linguistics students rise to Bold Ideas challenge

ESL class at Fresno Adult School

~ By Lisa Maria Boyles, communications specialist for the College of Arts and Humanities As part of President Joseph I. Castro’s “Bold Ideas Challenge Project,” Fresno State dedicated funds to support the Touch the Community Competition, a community service competition engaging student teams that are addressing significant community challenges. Across the University, eight teams – […]

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Meet Fresno State’s Sally Casanova Scholar for 2016-17

Annabelle Lolinco

Photo, from left: Cathleen Fagundes, Christy Xiong, Annabelle Lolinco and Professor Marnel Niles Goins at the recent Western State Communication Association conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. Recent Fresno State graduate Annabelle Lolinco is enjoying the fruits of being a 2016-17 Sally Casanova Scholar, one of 74 CSU-wide and the only one from Fresno State this […]

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Thousands of K-6 students came to Fresno State for Peach Blossom Festival in March

Peach Blossom

~ By Lisa Maria Boyles, communications specialist for the College of Arts and Humanities It was 9:15 a.m. – just enough time for a last-minute potty break before performances began 15 minutes later in the Wahlberg Recital Hall. As 19 students from Neutra Elementary School in Lemoore tromped toward the restrooms down the hall of the […]

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