Since the formation of the Fresno State Paintball team three months ago, the squad has developed rapidly.
» Kathy Ayala
Friday will mark the 2012 Chicano Alumni Chapter Annual Awards Banquet as five scholarship recipients will be recognized, as well as the recipient of the Legacy Builder Award.
The banner above the stage reads, “Step in and see! Half man, half elephant. Sensational! Terrifying!” Behind the tan curtain lies the mystery of a grotesque, disfigured man, to which the imagination could envision.
For some, as the clouds cover the skies with gloom and showers bathe our city, this time of year brings about cozy feelings.
Patrick Dougherty, an internationally recognized artist, is making his mark at Fresno State through the manipulation of willow tree branches to create a sustainable sculpture.
While family and friends gather around their dinner tables decorated with dishes of food and a bronzed turkey, the meaning behind the American holiday has plenty of history.
A voluptuous leopard kitten and a zombie, masks mocking our presidential candidates fill up store walls in costume shops around Fresno.
University Student Union Productions and AT&T’s sponsorship brought the AwareTXT Texting and Driving Simulator to campus Wednesday to raise awareness of the dangers behind texting and driving.
Brightly colored “papel picado,” a Spanish phrase meaning cut paper, and papier-mache skulls – are two art forms essential to the traditional ancestral celebration of Dia de los Muertos – Day of the Dead. These art forms are used as decorations in altars, which will be displayed Nov. 1-2 to honor and remember the dead.