Author Archives: Kristin Berquist

Record number of potential CSU students apply during priority period

As the two-month priority application period closed Nov. 30, the California State University system received approximately 609,000 applications for first-time freshmen and undergraduate transfer students, according to a CSU spokesperson.

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Parking permits available for purchase online

For the first time, students at California State University, Fresno will be able to purchase parking permits online.

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Provost holds forum

A wide range of faculty questions and student concerns were addressed at the Provost’s Forum Wednesday afternoon.

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CSU Board member named Australian ambassador

Herbert L. Carter became the new chair of the California State University board of trustees last week following the resignation of board chair Jeffrey Bleich who was named as ambassador to Australia by the Obama Administration.

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Celebrating cultural traditions

Sunday marked the 26th anniversary of International Culture Night at California State University, Fresno.

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Flaws cause campus e-mail crash

Staff, faculty and students at California State University, Fresno know firsthand just how difficult life can be without e-mail.

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Less students buy schedule

As students hammer out their class schedules for the spring semester, those using the online schedule will have access to the most recent updates while students relying solely on the printed version will not be aware of scheduling changes.

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Cold weather brings rodents indoors

The main doors of McKee Fisk are typically used each day by students, faculty and staff.

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Fresno State board will vote to approve random drug testing

California State University, Fresno’s Association Board of Directors is inching toward implementing a new policy to conduct random drug testing for auxiliary services employees starting New Year's Day.

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Fresno State receives record number of applications

With the Nov. 30 deadline approaching, the admissions office at California State University, Fresno is swamped with record number first-time freshman applications for fall 2010.

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Student Q&A

Combining creativity with her love for animals, junior April Curran started her own business more than four years ago designing custom pet clothing, beds, toys, and accessories.

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Make a Difference Day

In past years California State University, Fresno has partnered with the City of Fresno to volunteer on projects for Make a Difference Day, a national day of service held on the fourth Saturday of every October.

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Gena Strang-Behrens

Gena Strang-Behrens, a Hanford native, was recruited to California State University, Fresno’s softball team after graduating from high school in 1985.

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John Behrens

John Behrens transferred to California State University, Fresno in the early 1970s to play for the Bulldogs football team under the leadership of Darryl Rogers.

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Save Mart sells Fresno State wine

Five Fresno State wines are flying off the grocery shelves during a new fall promotion at 11 Save Mart Supermarkets in Fresno, Clovis, Visalia and Hanford.

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Graduating Hispanics earn Fresno State top ranking

When Daniel Cisneros graduates in the spring with a political science degree, he will not only be reaching a personal milestone, he will become the first in his family to earn a four-year college degree.

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London Semester gives students culture

Ducking into a tea shop to escape the snow and rain. Leaving Westminster Abbey to discover the breathtaking sight of the sun setting over the Thames.

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Business school given national award

The Craig School of Business Internship Program was named 2009 Program of the Year by the National Society of Experiential Education and will be presented with the award later this month in Dallas, Texas.

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