Scott Barnes says he’s wanted to be a writer forever – at least, since age 11 – the age when he wrote his first 60-page science fiction “novel.” But it wasn’t until six years ago that he began to put more emphasis on his writing.
» Sergio Robles
On the ballot this year, voters will decide whether to pass Proposition 30, the initiative that would raise the state sales tax and raise income taxes for the wealthy. If the proposition were rejected, Fresno State would face a series of cuts. President John Welty sat down with The Collegian to talk about the proposition’s […]
Professor Emeritus James Cypher explains his decades-long research of Mexico and how he has begun to analyze Brazil as well. In the first half of an hour-long conversation he talks about Mexico’s involvement in international transactions, and what opportunities there are for young Mexican nationals in their country.
If the budget passed by legislators in late June does not include more money for universities, the 16-unit limit, usually lifted when open registration begins, may become permanent. How will students respond? You can view the full article on the issue here.
City Council Districts 2, 4 and 6 are up for election this year, along with the Mayor’s position. Candidates Susan Good and Paul Caprioglio, running for District 4, spoke at the Satellite Student Union on April 24.
Newly elected as the next ASI president, Arthur Montejano sat down with Sergio Robles to chat about his time at Fresno State, activities he is involved in, and the type of communication he’d like with students when his term begins.
In two addresses this week, Fresno State officials have said that more budget cuts will go into effect if the governor’s proposal is not passed this November.
I’ve seen it happen numerous times. I’m taking in some sun, sitting outside the Madden Library reading the paper, when a booming voice makes me look up to see what’s going on.