Before she graduates, 23-year-old artist Katy Michelle said she plans to make the most of her last few weeks at Fresno State. An art show on Thursday will serve as her last “hoorah” in the area before she moves to Los Angeles to pursue art, music and acting. “I’m really excited about it,” Michelle said. […]
» Esra Hashem
Students, faculty and even Mary Castro, wife of Fresno State President Joseph Castro, wore headscarves for a day last week in an attempt to walk in the shoes of a Muslim-American woman.
Fresno State students said they are busier than ever this Thanksgiving weekend working early Black Friday shifts instead of spending time with family.
The sound of wheels traveling over creases in the concrete is the only warning some students have before colliding with one of their fellow students.
Fresno nonprofits are getting ready for Thanksgiving in charitable ways this year, and there are many ways students can get involved with community service events this holiday season. Convoy of Hope Thousands of guests from across the community will receive free groceries, health services, haircuts and family portraits on Saturday, Nov. 23 at the […]
Former NFL player and entrepreneur Ronnie Lott shared advice for success at the eighth annual Central Valley Venture Forum Tuesday. Lott delivered his keynote speech about business, success and what he learned from his Hall of Fame career.
Dr. Robert Marquez, an engineer best known for his innovations in air pollution and water quality for disadvantaged communities, spoke Thursday at the Satellite Student Union.
There are several ways for students to get academic help on campus, but academic support coordinator at the Learning Center, William Hardaway, said many students are still forgoing tutoring.
In response to the recent salmonella outbreak linked to Foster Farms, Fresno State faculty members urge consumers to cook their meat thoroughly to prevent disease.