Rich in culture, diversity and history, Fresno is home to more than 300 historical properties and 3 historical districts. And it is up to the future generation including Fresno State’s students to continue preserving historical landmarks in Fresno, Karana Hattersley-Drayton said during an open forum Monday afternoon. Some of these landmarks include the Forestiere Underground [...]
» Careen Wong
For most people, hearing the phrase “man’s best friend,” the picture of a wet nose, pink drooling tongue and wagging tail instantly flashes in their minds.
After seven years of fundraising, officials with the Campaign for Fresno State announced Saturday in a news conference a roof-breaking achievement of raising more than $214 million. Students came into the Bulldog Foundation Community Room one by one, holding colorful balloons and a single numbered card. Slowly, they stood in a single line, revealing the [...]
To overcome violence, one must find peace within oneself first, before bringing peace and harmony unto others. That was the main message from the “Victory over Violence” exhibit by the Fresno State’s Buddhist Value Creation Society, which is under the Soka Gakkai International – USA (SGI) organization.
Elections for Associated Students Inc. (ASI) are over and re-elected vice president of external affairs Sean Kiernan and vice president of finance Rebecca Rosengarten say they are both honored and ready to take on the new terms.
Fresno State students vote for their Associated Students Inc. (ASI) representatives beginning Tuesday.
A cappella drag queens The Kinsey Sicks graced the stage of the Satellite Student Union Thursday with their comic and crude songs.
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command is one of the iconic cartoon characters with whom many college students of today grew up.
Hip-hop is one of the most well known influences in modern popular culture. For the second installment of Fresno State Talks, T. Hassan Johnson, a Africana studies professor, proudly presented the lecture “Hip-Hop… The #%$@ Remix! Re-Evaluating Hip-Hop Culture’s Origins and Impacts.” His lecture focused on the second word in Fresno State motto: “Diversity.”