Freedom and expression are two things that many college students value. For some, piercings are the ultimate way of displaying these values. Many students get their first piercing while in college, while others get their first before ever stepping foot on a college campus.
» Stephen Keleher
Not many on campus know that there is a facility in the Kremen School of Education that provides critical services to the local community while at the same time providing training and certification for students that will lead to plentiful, local jobs.
Students are feeling the crunch after the CSU Chancellor’s Office announced in March that due to budget cuts, all 23 CSU’s would have to initiate a unit cap on fall enrollment.
While it seems like every month brings news of tuition or student loan interest rate increases, the Health Center has not had a substantial increase since 2005. As a result, the Health Center has suffered state budget cutbacks, had to cut its staff from 45 down to 35 and ultimately cut back on services offered to students.
Geology professor Segun Ogunjemiyo has always adapted to the community he lives in. Wherever he goes he focuses his research on the needs of that particular community.
“Test yourself before you wreck yourself!” was the slogan some students heard Tuesday morning in front of the Student Union as they were handed condoms, buttons, pamphlets and even stickers. The message was urged by student volunteers and community advocacy group members to get tested for sexually transmitted diseases and HIV.
The College of Health and Human Services offers a Nursing degree option, one of the most impacted areas of study at Fresno State. Perspective students have to compete for only 70 openings each year to the nursing baccalaureate program, then must face a hard reality upon graduation: the job market in Fresno County is slow and projected to stay that way.
Rice University launches an internet textbook initiative.
On a rainy Friday morning, Jim E. Crossbuck, a community services specialist at Fresno State, drove by the library in the Student Campus Community Transport (SCOUT) vehicle and spotted a student on crutches struggling to get somewhere through the storm.