The California State University Board of Trustees has named Joseph Castro, vice chancellor of student academic affairs at UC San Francisco, as Fresno State’s next president. The announcement was made on Wednesday morning. (more…)
After 22 years, Fresno State president John D. Welty is retiring.
His tenure has seen the creation of many programs and much infrastructure improvement. He also initiated a spirit of community service among Fresno State’s student body.
Fresno State’s Muslim Student Association held a flash prayer at the Free Speech Area Monday afternoon. The event was called Da’wah Day, which is organized to educate others on the Islam religion.
The temperature at Fresno State is heating up, and many students are not aware of the activities the campus offers to cool down.
The Fresno State Dance Marathon was held Saturday evening in the Student Recreation Center. The marathon raised money on behalf of the Bulldog Pantry. Associated Students Inc. (ASI) as well as the Student Recreation Center, Administrative Services, Greek Life, Auxiliary Student Union, University Student Union, Student Affairs and Alumni Association.
With caution tape cordoning off the exercise machines, flashing lights and music blaring, the Recreation Center was transformed into a dance club.
A new generation of youth is slowly becoming the face of Muslim Women. The Hijab does not only refer to the headscarf a Muslim woman wears but to a lifestyle. The lifestyle, of a modest woman by covering the body, and being well mannered. Five Muslim girls, all Fresno state students discussed their choice of wearing a hijab.
Diversity Awareness Week kicked off on Monday in the Free Speech Area with the annual opening ceremony. (more…)
Fresno State football coach Tim DeRuyter judged student made food and booths during the Vintage Days celebration on campus. The Collegian was able to follow him throughout the day and get his opinion.
With this year’s Vintage Days students have been working tirelessly to organized and setup the event to make it a success.