Two dynamic theater productions are opening on campus as the fall semester comes to a close and gives way to the holiday season.
» Evelyn Demirchian
Amanda Nicolson Adams, director of the Central California Autism Center, explained the history and effectiveness of her work with applied behavior science at Fresno State.
It takes a certain kind of narcissism, or maybe just distrust, to cast yourself in a film you’ve directed. Whatever the reasons, Ben Affleck’s decision to take on the lead role in his political thriller, “Argo,” was a good one.
Fresno State students experienced a week of spiritual music from Southeast Asia when the band Aradhna gave evening performances on Monday and Wednesday in the University Student Union.
The Armenian Studies Program and College of Arts of Humanities held a reception and lecture in honor of the 500th anniversary of Armenian printing on Sunday in the Henry Madden Library during Armenian Cultural Month.
Fresno State students packed the Alice Peters Auditorium Wednesday night for a presidential debate viewing between President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Fresno State’s Renaissance Scholars Program is among eight local charities receiving more than $300,000 from the 2012 Granville Home of Hope Giveaway on Saturday.
The political science department, in conjunction with the College of Social Sciences and Student Affairs, held a special panel discussion on Monday in honor of Constitution Day.
Fresno State’s Dr. Robert Maldonado of the philosophy department was part of an interfaith panel discussion held on the eve of the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The discussion was also held in light of the Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting and Missouri Mosque attacks last month.