This week on Fresno State Focus

Fresno State Focus

Student anchor Alliz Clavijo gives us an inside look at one woman who is giving old clothes new life. Reporter Janet Vasquez talks with PR student Kristin Simonsen about the MCJ Hall of Fame, the inductees, and student scholarship recipients. Reporter Brittney Steele shows us how the Student Cupboard is expanding in its battle against food insecurity at Fresno State.

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This week on Fresno State Focus…

Fresno State Focus

Age is nothing but a number. Tulare reporter Areli Tovar introduces us to a local biker who won’t let father time or a bad accident slow him down. More…

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This week on Fresno State Focus: Grizzly Fest, squirrels, Diamond Dogs

Fresno State Focus

This edition of Fresno State Focus will air live at 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 1, 2019 on Comcast Channel 94, U-Verse Channel 99 and will be repeated at 6 p.m. the next day. You can also watch the live streams on Apple TV, Roku and on CMAC.TV which is under the “Watch Live” tab and the “CMAC 2 – Education” page

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This week on Fresno State Focus…

Fresno State Focus

A public affairs program produced by Media, Communications and Journalism students – reporter Esther Oganyan from Fresno shows us how the “Watch Dog” program helps empower students with CPR training.

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This week on Fresno State Focus…

Fresno State Focus

Winter has finally arrived! We take you to China Peak – white with snow, and open for business. Horse Drawn Carriage rides are back in Old town Clovis, and Christmas Tree Lane is lit. We get a special visit from Renee Cromer to explain to us how to prep our brain for exams, and we talk […]

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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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