A current Fresno State student government senator filed a civil lawsuit against seven campus officials and professors last month after he alleged his civil rights were violated following an incident in May of 2011.
» Mark Smith
As the final day of instruction approaches and with finals looming, students looking for entertainment or holiday-themed events need look no further. Fresno State has a number of activities ready to relieve that studying stress. Tuesday: l8 p.m. marks one of many presentations of “The Elephant Man,” a play based around the true story of […]
For a lot of Fresno State students, a weekend during finals season can be an important reprieve to catch up on homework, study or socialize with friends.
Due to excessive absences of a former senator, a new Associated Students, Inc. senator was voted into office Wednesday to represent the Lyles College of Engineering.
For many Americans, it’s as natural as getting out of bed in the morning – a hot cup of coffee or tea.
Three proposed graduation incentive fees that were scheduled to be voted on at Tuesday’s CSU Board of Trustees meeting were postponed indefinitely by board chair Bob Linscheid, effectively removing them from consideration for now.
Changes to degree requirements and the implementation of new fees are being considered by the California State University Board of Trustees, and many students could end up paying the price if they don’t prepare.
As the political season heats up, many Fresno State students may find themselves locked in a viewing cycle of negative campaign ads, debates, and mailers that seem more interested in bashing opponents than delivering facts.
“I’m sure there are many people here in Fresno, California, that will go out tonight. They will drink, tonight. They will do drugs, tonight. And they will get behind the wheel, tonight.”