The rumors are, in fact, more than rumors: Dog House Grill will not open early for its annual graduation celebration this year. After a meeting on May 9, Fresno State’s vice president of student affairs, Paul Oliaro, sent a letter to the manager of Dog House Grill, Matt Billingsley, thanking him for honoring the request [...]
The phrase “What we can do is change the way we think” was a common theme among the Fresno State chapters of Fresno State Democrats and the Fresno State College Republicans during Friday morning’s gun violence debate in the Free Speech Area.
Fresno State faculty and students appear to be no closer to getting information about the presidential search committee than during the open forum in February. According to a Fresno Bee article published Wednesday, there has been progress in the search, but it is still being conducted behind a veil of mystery.
In an effort to raise awareness about prescription drug abuse, Fresno State professor Gregory Thatcher and his community health class teamed up with campus and community experts Monday morning in the Free Speech Area in an event titled “Thrills without Pills” that offered students alternative methods to rid pain and seek thrills. Organizations like the [...]
The education of Fresno State students is not restricted to the library or chemistry labs. Through various opportunities students can gain knowledge working in the same field in which they hope to build a career after graduation. Randy Perry, a professor in animal science and agricultural education who specializes in beef cattle, said that for [...]
Rich in culture, diversity and history, Fresno is home to more than 300 historical properties and 3 historical districts. And it is up to the future generation including Fresno State’s students to continue preserving historical landmarks in Fresno, Karana Hattersley-Drayton said during an open forum Monday afternoon. Some of these landmarks include the Forestiere Underground [...]
The Women’s Resource Center functions to support female students on campus who make up 58 percent of the student body population. Jenny Whyte, coordinator for the center, said that it offers a variety of resources which include peer counseling, study space, discussion groups and more.