With finals coming up, some Fresno State students are consuming more caffeine than usual. New studies show that large amounts of caffeine may put your health at risk. Drinking caffeine through coffee, energy drinks, sodas and teas, can help you stay alert and awake while studying but through recent studies, too much caffeine can become […]
» Hailey Mayo
The department of military science and leadership hosted a leadership forum in the North Gym auditorium Wednesday night that highlighted historical leaders and Fresno State’s role in the community.
The Jewish Studies Association kicked off its Jewish lecture series Nov. 13 with “Artists Respond to the Holocaust.”
Two Fresno State students, Nadia Lewis and Jamila Ahmed, were the first African-American women to win first-and second-place speakers in the 42 years of the Henry Clay Invitational Debates held at the University of Kentucky.
The Technology Commercialization Program of the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship has created a minigrant worth up to $5,000 for Fresno State students, faculty and staff with an entrepreneurial idea.
The Sigma Alpha sorority had its annual philanthropy event Saturday for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast cancer research and awareness foundation. The event was held on the kinesiology baseball diamond and their theme for this year was “Save 2nd Base.”
Students looking to study abroad have numerous financial aid opportunities, administrators say.
Many Fresno State students choose to purchase semester or year permits to park on campus, but some students choose to use public transportation or to carpool.
An increase in minimum wage approved Sunday by the California Assembly is expected to be signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown—making it the highest rate in the country.