If someone had a question about anything related to science or technology, Russell Darrin Perry had the answer. For more than 20 years, Perry had been a part of Fresno State’s Technology Services.
» Crystal Deniz
The phrase “What we can do is change the way we think” was a common theme among the Fresno State chapters of Fresno State Democrats and the Fresno State College Republicans during Friday morning’s gun violence debate in the Free Speech Area.
This year’s Earth Day theme, “Our Earth: Handle with Care” mimicked the words we often see printed on fragile packaging, but considering the state our environment is in, it fits. What originally started as a day of education about green awareness and the environment in 1970 has become a holiday that can sometimes last a [...]
The 84-degree weather on Saturday set the perfect scene for a cultural celebration from at O’Neil Park. The event was the 22nd annual First Nations Fresno State Powwow. The American Indian Studies Program, the anthropology department of the College of Social Sciences and Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) cosponsored the free community event.
Bringing a global nonprofit organization to a campus like Fresno State is not always an easy task. This did not stop communication professor Marnel Niles Goins and 14 Fresno State students from pursuing such an opportunity.
Fresno State has its own police department, fully functional and operational on its own. Staffed with 21 police officers, seven dispatchers and five administrative support staff members, the department is bustling 24 hours a day, seven days a week, all year long.
Two tall stacks of blue and red balloons, each topped with a shiny red star-shaped balloon beckoned nearly 1,000 of Fresno State’s future professionals to attend the Spring Career and Internship Expo at the Satellite Student Union.
Fresno State students mill past colorful booths lining “The Pit,” the outside seating area of the University Student Union, but often overlook a blue assemblance adorned with our solar system.
The chilly weather did not stop the flurry of hand-shapes and gestures at a local Starbucks, where a group of Fresno State students put its American Sign Language (ASL) skills to work Tuesday night. The event, otherwise known as a Starbucks Social, is organized by Fresno Deaf Events. The local organization is dedicated to bringing [...]