As Fresno’s first poet laureate, James Tyner is now tasked with endorsing poetry and literary arts, with the goal of increasing awareness of the city’s history of poetic accomplishment.
» Cameron Woolsey
Two Fresno State students will show off their qualities and talents as they compete for the crown in the Miss California pageant in June.
Nestled between kiosks selling nuts and handcrafted woodwork, there was one stand during Vintage Days that drew the attention from many fans of both art and popular culture.
Two Fresno State alums teamed together to create Dwibbles, a website that focuses the favorite content of social media users into one easy-to-use website.
On Feb.23, a SCOUT driver named James Eugene Cruz-Crossbuck passed away, and the campus mourned.
After many years of painstaking preparation, several art graduate students have begun showing their work at the Conley Art Gallery.
Fresno State student Zechariah Freeman walked away a winner when he was asked to “come on down” in January and be a contestant on “The Price is Right.”
Fresno State public relations instructor Betsy Hays has co-authored a book designed to help college students fully utilize different opportunities in college beyond their coursework.
Circle K International at Fresno State joined more than 300 other Circle K students around California last weekend at the city of Stockton to clean up trash and revitalize a local community farm.