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‘A perfect storm’ to face water issues

Thomas Esqueda remembers seeing the 1946 film “It’s a Wonderful Life” as a child. During a recent interview with The Collegian, he said one scene in particular made an impact in his life. In that scene, the main character, played ...

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City of Fresno employee named VP of water, sustainability

Fresno State announced the appointment of Thomas C. Esqueda Thursday as the first associate vice president in water and sustainability at the university, according to a news release. The position was created to help Fresno State in its mission to ...

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Studying abroad offers the world to students

Fresno State gives students the opportunity to travel around the world, visit historic landmarks and make everlasting memories by studying abroad. The university offers study-abroad programs in at least 30 countries, from more traditional countries such as the United Kingdom, ...

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New center will ‘help students find a sense of belonging’

The Women’s Resource Center has transitioned into the Cross Cultural and Gender Center by expanding the services it offers to reach more students. The center is directed by Dr. Francine L. Oputa and run under the Division of Student Affairs ...

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Holiday greetings from Fresno State administration

As we head to the conclusion of 2010, the Vice Presidents and I have prepared a special video message for you. I also invite you to use the comments box to send your own holiday greetings to your colleagues on campus. To view the video, please click here:

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Give me a break — but not now

Sometimes I try to figure out how the Fresno State administration decides when to schedule our holidays. I imagine hazy chicken races held in the Joyal basement.

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Survey from the Office of the President asks campus for advice

The Office of the President concluded a five-year administrative program review on October 26 to evaluate the services the office provides to members of the campus community. Michelle Nelson, who manages the Office of the President, said the purpose of the survey was to get feedback on services needed and how to better communicate with faculty, staff and students.

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