Author Archives: Justin Johnson

Honoring Philip Levine with reading room

A national poet laureate’s legacy lives on and will give students a space to be inspired and explore their own creativity.   Philip Levine was a Pulitzer Prize winner who taught at Fresno State from 1958-92 and was the national ...

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Kristin Saleri: Pioneering Artist Launches Career at Fresno State

Armenian artist Kristin Saleri debuted her artwork in the U.S. in the Fresno State gallery, located in the Henry Madden Library. In a family effort, her children and grandchildren worked with curators Joyce Kierejczyk and Carol Tikijian to bring this ...

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Worldwide campaign against rape and abuse comes to campus

Women of all ages marched to the Free Speech Area at Fresno State Tuesday as part of the “One Billion Rising” event. They held signs demanding equality, justice and awareness for abused women around the world. The event is where ...

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From Addiction to Awareness

Karl Johnson shared his raw and real life experiences with Fresno State students and faculty Wednesday. North Gym Room 118 was packed by the time Johnson began to share his story. He has rebounded back into mainstream society from a ...

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Panel discusses Islam and American politics in the face of ISIS

The Fresno State Ethics Center introduced a diverse panel to discuss ISIS and Islam in American politics on Tuesday in McLane Hall. The hall was packed with students and faculty before the discussion began.   “I’m here to see the ...

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Understanding Hmong culture through shamanism

A panel of Hmong Americans discussed their daily lives in American society, stating their weekends are sacred for them to practice their beliefs, while the work week is a cultural compromise they must make in western society as the Cross ...

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Bulldog Cadets Honored at Commissioning Ceremony

Fresno State proudly honored Kenneth Bautista and Toney Doan, Saturday with their 2nd lieutenant Air Force bars at the Peters Education Building. These dedicated gentlemen worked for four years to get where they are today. They both credit the support ...

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