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Influencing history and the books

California politician Carole Migden talked to students on Monday following the screening of “Political Animals” in the North Gym. The documentary film “Political Animals” follows four women and the work they did fighting for the civil rights of LGBT people ...

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Teaching new ‘Dogs old tricks: Medieval comedy troupe performs on campus

Fresno State students were transported back in time with a performance of two medieval comedies on March 4 in the Satellite Student Union. Le Cercle Français, the French club of the modern and classical languages and literatures department, brought Les ...

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Grammy-winning cellist performs with Fresno State music faculty

  In the music industry, many artist’s break off from a group to start a solo career, but self proclaimed team player Lynn Harrell enjoys performing with others. Harrell, two-time Grammy Award-winner, performed with other guest artists in a string ...

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Student Spotlight: Fashion student inspired by the ‘90s

The fashion world is fast-paced and ever-changing. What may be popular and trending one day will be out the next day, and student Juan Echeverria said he intends on always being ahead of the curve. Echeverria is a communications major ...

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Dancing through stress and the Valley

Stress and rebounding from crisis inspired “Resilience,” the seventh annual performance by the Contemporary Dance Ensemble at Fresno State. The show opened on Feb. 17 and featured students from Dance 163, a course in which the dancers rehearse and ultimately ...

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An evening of elegance for the black community

President of Black Students United Diamond Morehead talks about Africana Culture Night. Black Students United  were even more united when they presented “Africana Culture Night: An Evening of Black Elegance” on Friday, Feb. 17. Educational Opportunity Program counselor Davion Baker ...

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Black Students United push for inclusivity

The Professional Human Services Building echoed with music and laughter during Fresno State’s Black Student United club meeting where students discussed events for Black History Month on Feb. 6. Club president Diamond Morehead started the meeting by leading the room ...

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Internationally-known cellist performs on campus

  At the age of 22 Narek Hakhnazaryan is an Armenian cellist who has performed globally, won first prize in the cello division at the International Tchaikovsky Competition, a classical music event in Russia. Hakhnazaryan performed at the Fresno State ...

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Native American art exhibit is ‘History in the making’

With President Donald Trump advancing approval of the Keystone XL and North Dakota Pipelines, creating discussion and awareness of the issue is imperative to many activists and artists including Merritt Johnson. Johnson held a lecture on campus Jan. 24 featuring ...

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Student Spotlight: ‘Incorporating art into everything’

From French artist Henri Matisse’s vibrant collages, to Salvador Dalí’s distorted reimaginations of the world, nature has often had a big influence on the work of many artists. Joe Montijo is among those artists who has a passion for the ...

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Marimba, cello players steal the show

Melodies echoed through the halls of the Music Building Jan. 20 and 21 as the Fresno State music department held its 10th annual Concerto Competition. Fresno State music students were featured both days as they performed a variety of pieces ...

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Campus solutions for New Year’s resolutions

  The beginning of a new year means a fresh start for some students at Fresno State, but “new year, new me” is easier said than done. There are many measures students can take to ensure that they follow through ...

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