If someone had a question about anything related to science or technology, Russell Darrin Perry had the answer. For more than 20 years, Perry had been a part of Fresno State’s Technology Services.
As Fresno’s first poet laureate, James Tyner is now tasked with endorsing poetry and literary arts, with the goal of increasing awareness of the city’s history of poetic accomplishment.
Fresno State students from the mass communication and journalism (MCJ) department got a chance to meet and eat with industry mentors Wednesday through Take a Student to Eat (T.A.S.T.E).
What started as a school project soon turned into a real-life business for former Fresno State student Nicole Coelho.
Two Fresno State students will show off their qualities and talents as they compete for the crown in the Miss California pageant in June.
The Viticulture Club hosted its second annual Papa Petrucci Vineyard 5K Run/Walk/Stroll on Sunday. Vincent E. Petrucci, or “Papa Petrucci,” as he is known, is a legend known by most viticulture and enology faculty, staff and students as the “godfather” of their program. “He is accredited for the development of the department,” said Steve Smith, [...]
Nestled between kiosks selling nuts and handcrafted woodwork, there was one stand during Vintage Days that drew the attention from many fans of both art and popular culture.