Fresno State’s Food Recovery Network club held its first food recovery campaign during which students had the opportunity to learn about food insecurity at the university and food waste.
» Matthew Jimenez
Winter weather is here and so is the skiing season. Students looking to ski and meet new people have an opportunity to join the Fresno State Ski and Snowboard-Club, which features discount rates for members and allows students the opportunity to get outside and have some fun on the slopes. Dylan Thompson, president of the […]
The holiday season can be a stressful time for people, especially when it comes to gift shopping, which can add more pressure. Jessica Garcia, a junior criminology major, said she never knows if people will like the gifts she buys them. “People have very expensive tastes and are very materialistic and only want name-brand items,” […]
This weekend car lovers will get the chance to take this year’s newest car models out for a spin at the Central California Auto Show Friday through Sunday at the Fresno Convention & Entertainment Center. Lauren Holzman, the show’s public relations and media coordinator, said she is enthusiastic about the event. She said the auto […]
Omega Delta Sigma, a fraternity on campus for veteran men and women, will host the Cornhole Challenge Tournament this Saturday at Swiggs to help military veterans in the Honor Flight Network.
Fresno State launched its first film in the Chicano and Latin American Studies’ “Latin American Film Festival” Friday in the Lyles Center Auditorium. Dr. Annabella Espana-Najera has taught Chicano Latin American Studies at Fresno State for the past three years and came up with the idea for the festival. “My hope for the Latin American […]
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing new rules to regulate the safety of pet food and animal feed for the first time.
Want better grades? Just relax. On Tuesday afternoon, the Henry Madden Library offered relaxation techniques and quick tips organizers said students can use to help achieve better grades during the “Relax Your Way to Better Grades” workshop, taught by librarian emeritus Ross T. LaBaugh and sponsored by SupportNet. LaBaugh has worked at Fresno State for […]
A mosquito known to carry yellow fever, dengue fever, and chikungunya disease was found in Fresno County on June 20 and the fight to eradicate them continues.