Fresno State faculty and students appear to be no closer to getting information about the presidential search committee than during the open forum in February. According to a Fresno Bee article published Wednesday, there has been progress in the search, but it is still being conducted behind a veil of mystery.
» Jacob Rayburn
The education of Fresno State students is not restricted to the library or chemistry labs. Through various opportunities students can gain knowledge working in the same field in which they hope to build a career after graduation. Randy Perry, a professor in animal science and agricultural education who specializes in beef cattle, said that for [...]
A meeting of young competitive minds was held Thursday in the University Business Center where undergraduate students from around the Central Valley shared their research. The 34th annual Central California Research Symposium in some ways evokes memories of the science fairs from middle school and high school with poster boards and oral presentations.
Residents of the agriculturally rich Valley were reminded on April 17 that fertilizer is not just the unpleasant ingredient to a bountiful crop or garden it — can be explosive. The small town of West, Texas, about 20 miles north of Waco, was like any other small town that has a fertilizer plant before that [...]
After months of preparation, those involved in bringing a TEDx event to Fresno State can breathe a sigh of relief and feel a bit of pride after successfully bringing the first of its kind to campus. The Satellite Student Union was transformed Monday into a theater environment with a cleared space in front of the [...]
In an interview with The Collegian, new Associated Students, Inc. President Moses Menchaca described how he feels post-election, his affinity for politics and his goals for his time representing Fresno State students.
This spring semester there are hundreds of undergraduates eagerly awaiting graduation, but Monday marked a graduation of sorts for a smaller group of students. These are the graduate scholars who turned in their master’s theses.
There was an amphitheater at Fresno State once. It was a place where thousands of people gathered and listened to music, comedians or just found ways to have fun.
The Chukchansi Indian tribe is divided, and a panel was held Thursday night at the Peters Business Building at Fresno State to discuss the emotional topic of disenrollment and the state of the tribe.