Jaywalking across the streets around Fresno State may be a byproduct of thousands of students in a hurry, but the potential dangers are easily avoidable, Fresno police Sgt. Anthony DeWall said.
» Erica Heinisch
President Joseph Castro announced today that the California State University system has granted Fresno State 400 new enrollment positions for incoming students in fall 2014.
Preparations for small and large businesses are well under way for this holiday shopping season and Black Friday.
Fresno State students and faculty are taking part in advancing the development of Fresno’s Downtown Neighborhood Community Plan, which is expected to be adopted in 2014.
If anyone were to take a seat in my 2003 Honda Civic, they would see about 20 to 25 homemade mix CDs stacked in the center console. Making mix CDs is kind of my “thing.”
Fresno State students could see improvements to the available dining services on campus in the future.
State governments are getting serious and cracking down on indoor tanning salons.
Fresno is bringing high-class music back to its community with one instrument: the cello. The International Cello Festival is happening Thursday through Sunday with world-renowned cellist Lynn Harrell and other professional cello artists from around the nation. Two cello concerts are scheduled on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. in Fresno State’s concert hall. Dr. […]
Central Valley residents with hyper and active dogs are in luck this Saturday. The largest no-kill animal shelter in Fresno, Valley Animal Center, is set to have its 14th annual Wiggle Waggle Walk and Furry 5K Run on Saturday at Fresno State. Valley Animal Center community relations coordinator Rosie Davenport said the organization has […]