CSU Northridge director to present lecture about Armenian Musa Dagh

Dr. Vahram Shemmassian, director of the Armenian Studies Program at California State University, Northridge will be presenting “On the Trail of My Musa Dagh Ancestry” as part of the fall lecture series of the Armenian Studies Program.   The presentation ...

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Campus email users receiving ransomware emails

Some Fresno State email users have received ransomware messages containing virus-laden attachments, said Technology Services. Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts all files accessible to the infected computer before demanding that a ransom be paid to unlock them. ...

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Director of the admissions and records office retires

Tina Beddall, director of the admissions and records office, is retiring after serving over 30 years at Fresno State. She began her career at Fresno State in 1985 as the student records supervisor and moved up to the assistant registrar ...

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Wine tasting event to be held in Clovis

Residents will be able to taste wine from all over the Central Valley, Central Coast and Northern California at the fall Wine Walk on Oct. 1 and 5 in Old Town Clovis. Wineries will be providing attendees with a taste ...

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Mayoral candidates to address #Parks4All

Fresno voters will be able to hear mayoral candidates discuss the importance of parks, recreation, open space and community health on Tuesday. The community-led event, #Parks4All Mayoral Candidate Forum, will allow candidates to address questions about the specific steps to ...

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A glimpse into the historical relationship between Fresno and Japan

Maiko Tamagawa, counsel general of Japan in San Francisco, will present a lecture, “Fresno and Japan: Friends through History” on Friday. The discussion will be on the historical relationship between Fresno and Japan, the role of Japanese-Americans in history and ...

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Bowl with Fresno State men’s basketball team

Fresno State men’s basketball fans will be able to meet the 2016-17 team. The basketball team will be at The Bulldog Bowl’s Bowling Night on Friday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The Bulldogs won the 2016 Mountain West championship last ...

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Garth Brooks breaks Fresno concert ticket-sales record

Garth Brooks broke his Fresno ticket sales record for his 2016 world tour on Tuesday. His previous record is from 1997, when he held concerts from Aug. 21 to 25 at Selland Arena. He sold 50,001 tickets. His Save Mart ...

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Coach DeRuyter to welcome participants at food drive event

Participants will be greeted by Fresno State Bulldogs football coach Tim DeRuyter at The Big Fresno Fair’s Feed the Need Food Drive on Wednesday. DeRuyter will be greeting donors from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. In addition to DeRuyter, his ...

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Traveling exhibition to be hosted in Henry Madden Library

Henry Madden Library Diversity Committee will host a traveling exhibition, “Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness” Sept. 19 through Oct. 23. The exhibition will display the interconnectedness of wellness, illness and cultural life for Native Americans, Alaska ...

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Fresno State president to speak as a panelist

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro will be appearing as a panelist at the The Adelante Mujer Latina Conference on Sept. 23. The free event, organized by the Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, is a Latina women’s conference that ...

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Fresno State staffer selected for fellowship program

A Fresno State staff member is one of 13 people across the country to be chosen for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) E. Kika De La Garza Fellowship program. Mary Willis, coordinator of internships and professional experiences, will be ...

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U.S. News ranks Fresno State as nation’s best public university

On Tuesday, U.S. News and World Report’s 2017 Best College ranked Fresno State as the nation’s best public university in graduation rate performances. Universities were ranked based on their actual performance as compared to predicted performance based on student demographics, ...

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A Fresno State wine gains popularity after winning awards

A Fresno State wine is in the process of selling out after winning multiple awards. The 2013 Touriga earned a silver medal from Sunset magazine’s 2016 International Wine Competition. In addition, the wine won gold medals at the 2016 Pacific ...

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Fresno State to receive a $1.2 million grant

Fresno State is one of 11 California State Universities that will be receiving a $1.2 million grant from the S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation.   The foundation envisions “a productive, vibrant, and sustainable California that is a model of success and ...

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Victim robbed of cash and cell phone near dorms

A strong-arm robbery took place in Parking Lot 27 by the dorms on Saturday, said the University Police Department. The robbery occurred at approximately 10:30 p.m. when an unknown male suspect approached and demanded the victim’s cash and cell phone. ...

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Retired executive vice president to receive highest honor as 2016 Top Dog

James E. Brumm, a retired executive vice president and general counsel of Mitsubishi, will receive the Distinguished Alumnus Award for his accomplishments in international law and business. Brumm will be recognized at the Fresno State Alumni Association’s Top Dog Alumni ...

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Fresno State student researches virus during internship

Rachel Nieto researched the cellular export of influenza virus and it all started with an internship. The Fresno State senior who is majoring in biology participated in a prestigious internship over the summer at the University of Münster through the ...

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