The Conley Art Gallery was overflowing with students for the 2013 Senior Student Art Show on Thursday.
» Jeffery Smith
Baseball is a dying sport! For one of the first times since the Fresno Grizzlies began playing baseball in Chukchansi Park, tickets were sold out, but it wasn’t that fans were there to enjoy a good old-fashioned baseball game.
The city of Fresno contains more than half of a million residents, so it’s easy to forget about towns with small populations.
Diversity Awareness Week kicked off on Monday in the Free Speech Area with the annual opening ceremony.
For students who have wanted to see the world while they are in college, the opportunity is there for the taking. The first annual Study Abroad Fair will be held on Thursday at 11 a.m. on the University Student Union balcony.
Independent film fans gather at the Tower Theatre every year for the Fresno Filmworks Film Festival to watch multicultural films from all over the world. This weekend, the festival will be taking place for the ninth time.
After losing the lone doubles point and the first two singles matches to the Boise State Broncos, the Fresno State Bulldogs almost mounted the comeback of the season, only to fall just short 6-1.
Spring Green, a volunteer event presented by the Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning, built trails and planted trees Saturday morning to benefit children and students who will visit the parks and preservations in the future.
A reception for the senior portfolio show for graphic design, illustration and interactive multimedia students will take place in the Phebe Conley Art Gallery at Fresno State at 5-10 p.m. Friday.