By Megan Rupe and Brianna Vaccari Fresno State students and faculty members were in disarray late Thursday afternoon as multiple buildings lost power, forcing the cancellation of all evening classes and the closure of most buildings.
The first black South African president, an iconic human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nelson Mandela, died Thursday at 95.
Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) toured the Fresno State dairy Wednesday and spoke with students and media about the need for a new farm bill.
Jaywalking across the streets around Fresno State may be a byproduct of thousands of students in a hurry, but the potential dangers are easily avoidable, Fresno police Sgt. Anthony DeWall said.
After 20 years at Fresno State, Dr. Peter Smits, a leader for the fundraising campaign that raised $214.2 million for the university, announced he will retire on June 30, 2014.
Dr. Paul Oliaro, vice president of student affairs, announced his retirement in September after a 42-year career in the student affairs profession at four colleges, including the last 11 years at Fresno State. In an extensive interview with The Collegian, Oliaro talked about his career path that led him to Fresno State, his work at […]
The Fresno State football team’s bid for a BCS bowl ended Friday with a 62-52 loss to the San Jose State Spartans.