Nine top graduating seniors have been named Undergraduate Dean’s Medalists for the Class of 2012 at Fresno State. The medalists are chosen as the outstanding students in each of the university’s eight schools and colleges of academic discipline and the Division of Student Affairs.
» Esteban Cortez
A $40,000 Memorial Fountain renovation project was officially completed and unveiled yesterday during a ribbon cutting ceremony at Memorial Court. The renovation — which was funded by Associated Students, Inc. and the University Student Union board of directors — has some students asking if the renovation was necessary and whether the money could have been spent on other services.
Many of the trends featured in the world’s largest fashion shows walked the runway this weekend in the second annual spring fashion show put on by Fresno State’s Fashion INC. club.
Fashion INC. brings back Hollywood golden era
Hundreds of people gathered at the Fresno Art Museum Saturday for Trashique, a benefit fashion show that utilizes recycled materials to create clothing. Proceeds from the event benefit the Fresno Art Museum’s education and exhibition programs. Fresno Art Museum executive director Linda Cano said Trashique is a “unique” event. “It highlights the museum’s abilities to […]
More than two dozen Fresno State seniors had their work featured in the Senior Art Exhibit at the Conley Art Gallery on campus. Two jurors from outside the Fresno State community selected 40 works that they felt best represented the caliber of art at Fresno State. The show featured an array of work, including paintings, photographs, sculptures, screen prints and projections.
Nearly 500 people attended the opening night performance of the world-renowned play “The Vagina Monologues” at the Satellite Student Union Saturday. The play, which is based on the screenplay by Eve Ensler and was first performed in 1996, was made up of a panel of 13 actresses who openly discuss stories relating to their vagina.
The words “discovery,” “diversity” and “distinction” sit beneath the university’s renovated logo, which features a unique font that spells out “Fresno State” in the university’s traditional red and blue colors. A paw print juxtaposed with the “O” in “Fresno” connects the university with the bulldog, perhaps the university’s most-recognized symbol.
Multi-platinum country music trio Lady Antebellum played in front of an energetic (and sold out) crowd last night at the Save Mart Center as part of their Own the Night 2012 World Tour, with Darius Rucker and Thompson Square as supporting acts.