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Save Mart Center will hold multi-agency disaster drills, here’s what you need to know

As natural disasters continue to rage on in Fresno County and surrounding areas, various public safety agencies will be holding disaster drills beginning on July 24 at the Save Mart Center. American Ambulance, Clovis Fire, Fresno Fire, Fresno County Fire, ...

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Fresno State alumnus wins big on Jeopardy

It has been an exciting three days for Fresno State alumnus, Peter Guekguezian, after winning $44,800 on the game show Jeopardy! “This has been a lifelong dream,” Guekguezian said in an interview with the Fresno Bee. After auditioning three times ...

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Emil Milevoj named director of Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

After a nationwide search, Emil Milevoj has been named director of Fresno State’s Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Milevoj will succeed interim director Dr. Scott Moore, dean of the Division of Continuing and Global Education In addition to his ...

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Annual awards highlight community service

Fresno State students, faculty, staff and community partners were honored at the Service Recognition Reception on May 3. The event hosted by Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro highlighted services done by participants in benefiting the community. The award recipients ...

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Entrepreneurial students to present business ideas

The Fresno State Entrepreneurship Expo will take place Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon at the University Business Center. This fourth annual event is sponsored by the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial students will present their business ideas ...

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Engineering students to showcase projects

Fresno State’s Lyles College of Engineering will host its 10th annual Projects Day on Tuesday from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Satellite Student Union. The event will showcase projects done by engineering students in different topics including: manufacturing and ...

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Student diagnosed with Meningococcal Meningitis

On May 3, University Communications emailed the Fresno State community that a student had been diagnosed with meningococcal meningitis. The student, who is a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity, is being treated. The student lives off campus. Members of ...

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Catered Cupboard to notify of free food opportunities

The Fresno State Catered Cupboard encourages catered events on campus to notify it when they have leftover food. Event organizers can call the Catered Cupboard and report the time, date and location of the food. Catered Cupboard will then notify ...

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Reading room to be dedicated to Levine

Philip Levine, the late U.S. Poet Laureate, Pulitzer Prize-winning author and Fresno State professor emeritus of English, will be honored with the opening of the “Philip Levine Reading Room.” The dedication will be held at the reading room on May ...

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University High awarded with multiple honors

University High was awarded multiple titles for this year’s academic achievements and was ranked seventh-best high school in California by U.S. News and World Report. It was also awarded the California Honor Roll and identified as a California Gold Ribbon ...

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MCJ department to showcase student work

The department of Media, Communications and Journalism will host its “Showcase of Excellence” on Wednesday. The event will be held in North Gym, Room 118, from 5 to 7 p.m. Students will receive awards from the five options offered within ...

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Food historian to share research

Dr. Jeffrey Pilcher, a food historian will present his research on Tuesday in a lecture titled “Dos Equis or Five Rabbit? Beer and Taste in Greater Mexico.” The event, part of the Chicano/Latin America Studies Speaker Series, will be held ...

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Conference to recruit Asian American students to college

The CSU Asian American and Pacific Islander Initiative, will host the “Journey to Success Conference” from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday in North Gym 118. The event aims to encourage Asian-American high school students from across the Valley ...

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Brand to speak at annual Armenian Genocide Commemoration

Fresno mayor Lee Brand will be the keynote speaker at Fresno State’s annual Armenian Genocide Commemoration on April 24, at 7 p.m. at the Armenian Genocide Monument. The event will honor the 102nd anniversary of the 1915 genocide where 1.5 ...

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Herrera’s second term to be celebrated in Washington D.C.

Juan Felipe Herrera’s second term as the United States Poet Laureate will be celebrated on April 26 at the Library of Congress. The event titled “Speak the People/the Spark/el Poema,” will include musical performances and a panel discussion.. The performances ...

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Turkish lawyer and writer to speak on Armenian Genocide

Fethiye Çetin, humans rights lawyer and author from Istanbul, Turkey will present her lecture titled “Echo of Silence” on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Berberian Social Hall of St. Paul Armenian Church in Fresno. Çetin learned from her grandmother that ...

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Fresno State music professor found dead during break

After being reported missing, a Fresno State music professor was found dead inside his vehicle April 13, Sierra News reported. Dr. Bradley Wayne Hufft, 59, was last seen on April 12. His family filed a missing person’s report with the ...

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Kinesiology lecturer to lead physical education association

Fresno State physical education lecturer Tim Hamel was named president-elect of the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Hamel lectures in the department of kinesiology and will begin his three-year term as president of the association in ...

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