Author Archives: Jeffery Smith

Club Sports: Ultimate Frisbee preps for new season

Monday and Wednesday nights, the field next to the Science II building at Fresno State is taken over by flying discs. But they aren’t UFOs; the Ultimate Frisbee club practices together before the spring season begins.

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Fresno State seniors show off art

The Conley Art Gallery was overflowing with students for the 2013 Senior Student Art Show on Thursday.

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Commentary: …And the Fan Goes Wild

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.

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Music teacher visits to recruit help

The city of Fresno contains more than half of a million residents, so it’s easy to forget about towns with small populations.

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Dancing in Diversity Week

Diversity Awareness Week kicked off on Monday in the Free Speech Area with the annual opening ceremony.

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Students to share stories at Study Abroad Fair

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 ...

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Fresno Filmworks takes over Tower Theatre

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.

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Men’s Tennis: ‘Dogs fall to Broncos in home finale

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.

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Spring Green keeps parks clean

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.

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Senior art show ‘Shifts’ into gear

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.

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Science that is out of this world

“The best scientist is open to experience and begins with romance – the idea that anything is possible,” said Ray Bradbury, an American science-fiction writer.

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Wind Festival blows the lid off Fresno State

Music filled the air last weekend as Fresno State celebrated its 34th annual Dr. Lawrence R. Sutherland Wind Festival in the music building’s Concert Hall.

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Men’s Tennis: Fresno State falls to No. 25 Huskies, face Purdue next

The Fresno State men’s tennis team hosted the University of Washington, ranked No. 25 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, on Monday at the Wathen Tennis Center. The Bulldogs fell to the high-powered Huskies 4-1, but the match was much tighter ...

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Women’s Tennis: Bulldogs sweep weekend home stand

The Fresno State women’s tennis team sent the UC Davis Aggies home with a 6-2 loss Saturday at the Spalding G. Wathen Tennis Center.

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Big moments in African-American culture

Fresno State’s Black Students United club hosted Africana Culture Night in the Satellite Student Union on Friday.

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Fresno State actors sweep regionals in L.A.

Fresno State theatre arts majors laid claim to every major acting award at the 2013 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for Region 8 at the Los Angeles Theatre Center Feb. 12-17.

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Men’s Tennis: Bulldogs’ Reid deLaubenfels emerges as revamped roster’s No. 1

Reid deLaubenfels, a player never meant to play for the Bulldogs, now leads the them, playing both singles and doubles on court one.

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Women’s Tennis: McQueen, seniors meshing with new players

Injuries have riddled the Fresno State women’s tennis team this season, but it is still finding ways to win dual matches.

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