Tag Archives: book

Water cohort author to visit campus

Dr. David Sedlak, professor at University of California, Berkeley and author of “Water 4.0,” will be giving a lecture on his book on Thursday at 6 p.m. in North Gym 118. The book was selected as this year’s campuswide read ...

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‘The Director’ uncovers sexual abuse in the film industry

Sexual harassment and assault have plagued society seemingly since the beginning of time. The internet sensation of #MeToo has provided a platform and safe space for people to voice their stories and seek justice following abuse. The issues of sexual ...

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Author of ‘George’ to give campus lecture during Diversity Week

Author Alex Gino is scheduled to visit Fresno State to give two lectures and to speak with an LGBTQ+ English class reading his book. Gino’s talks are part of Fresno State’s Diversity Week and will take place in the University ...

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Among 867 manuscripts, hers stood out

“Known by Salt,” a poetry submission by author Tina Mozelle Braziel, got much praise from the 2017 Philip Levine Prize for Poetry book contest reviewers.   Last December, Braziel was named the 2018 contest winner, receiving a $2,000 prize and ...

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Book Talk: ‘I Almost Forgot About You’

My latest trip to Barnes and Noble a few weeks ago involved some quick thinking. I wanted to get in and out as fast as possible for two reasons: I wanted to get back home and out of the cold, ...

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Genocide ripped a family apart. Uncovered letters tell their story

Adrienne Alexanian went to clean the closet of her late father not too long after he died. In the process, she uncovered an old chapter – personal experiences she hadn’t known about – of the Armenian Genocide. Her father, Yervant ...

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Too much of a good thing

With summer around the corner and finals in the books, hours of laying around watching the Office awaits. The idea of being lazy and unproductive on a Wednesday afternoon instead of pulling my hair out in Dr. Rice’s Community Journalism ...

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Retired Fresno State professor showcases the 70-year struggle for LGBT civil rights in book

Lillian Faderman, a retired Fresno State English professor and author, released her new book “The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle,” Sept. 8, as the story of LGBT civil rights in the United States. Federman, who began to write ...

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Professor’s book prepares students for career success

Fresno State public relations instructor Betsy Hays has co-authored a book designed to help college students fully utilize different opportunities in college beyond their coursework.

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Fresno State political science professor publishes book on Indian gaming

On Sept. 14, 2011, a panel discussion was held at Fresno State's Henry Madden Library.  The panel was held to discuss a book, "The New Politics of Indian Gambling."

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Rhyme after rhyme

Fresno State professor Doug Hansen is gleaming with pride over the release of his first children’s book, “Mother Goose in California,” which puts a new spin on numerous classic rhymes.

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A memoir to inspire

When Manuel Peña was a boy, his father asked him, “Where can you send an ox where he does not have to plow?” Peña replied, “This ox is different; this ox will find a place where he does not have to plow.”

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