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Wind festival shows music is thriving in schools

The Fresno State Music Building was lively as piccolo players fluttered through scales, clarinet players tuned their instruments and trumpet solos rang through the halls. The College of Arts and Humanities welcomed approximately 1,500 students to campus for the 39th ...

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El nuevo centro de las artes escénicas es mas probabilidad que posibilidad

Cuando propusieron el centro de las artes escénicas, en el State of the University address el martes, los oficiales del campus no sólo consideraron a los aproximadamente 2,000 estudiantes de las artes y humanidades sino por igual la totalidad del ...

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Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval: an exemplary model of academic success

“An education is a pathway towards self-discovery, towards the shaping of a vision, towards the discovery of who you are as a person in relation to yourself and, before all, in relation to your family and the society,” said the ...

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Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval: un modelo ejemplar del éxito académico

“La educación es un camino hacia un autodescubrimiento, hacia la forjación de una visión, hacia el descubrir quién eres tú como persona en relación a ti mismo ante todo, en relación a tu familia y la sociedad”, dijo el Dr. ...

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The Brilliant Evolution [gallery]

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Middle East Lecture Series to continue Thursday

College and of Arts and Humanities’ Middle East Lecture Series continues on Thursday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. with an appearance from Dr. llan Pappé, history professor at University of Exeter in England.

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Centennial Homecoming attracts alumni

Rather than simply focusing on the big game, this year’s Homecoming is a celebration of Fresno State’s 100th year —a recognition of its past, present, and future. Check out how the university’s alumni plan on getting in on all the ...

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College of Arts and Humanities sets 2008-09 lecture series

The College of Arts and Humanities at California State University, Fresno begins its 2008-09 lecture series with an examination of how contact with the Near East influenced some of ancient Greece’s best-known writings.

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