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Hunter Sansom for College of Arts and Humanities

My name is Hunter E. Sansom, and I’m running for senator of the College of Arts and Humanities alongside several other candidates on a slate called All4Students. I’m currently a second-year communication major and a member of the Barking Bulldogs ...

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A year after his death, students perform music for professor who inspired them

The President’s Quintet, a scholarship ensemble that performs on behalf of Fresno State, was featured Sunday at the concert remembering music professor Dr. Brad Hufft. Hufft died nearly a year ago. The quintet played “The Traveler’s Tale,” which was first ...

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Arts and Humanities celebrate achievements

Members of the Arts and Humanities advisory board and supporters of the college attended the “State of the College of Arts and Humanities” event last week to celebrate achievements and to look forward to their goals in the new year. ...

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Did this Fresno State ad go too far? It was taken down.

An advertisement in front of the Fresno State Henry Madden Library drew criticism last week from one professor who said it went too far. The ad was later taken down. It began when Fresno State English professor Randa Jarrar tweeted ...

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Alumni association names its 2017 Top Dog, view list of honorees

The Fresno State Alumni Association named alumna Kim Ruiz Beck, who is chairperson of Ruiz Foods, as its 2017 Top Dog. Ruiz belongs to the class of 1988. Ruiz Beck will be honored with the 2017 Distinguished Alumna award at ...

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University performing arts center on the horizon

When proposing the performing arts center, at the State of the University address on Tuesday, campus officials did not only have the estimated 2,000 arts and humanities students in mind, but the Central Valley as a whole. An undisclosed number ...

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Be a mentor in the classroom and playground

Imagine yourself in a classroom or on the playground when an argument between two students breaks out. Would you know what to do? Would the students and their peers? With the Mediator Mentors project, Fresno State students, in addition to ...

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College of Arts and Humanities department to host convocation

Students in the Fresno State College of Arts and Humanities will have the opportunity to meet the department’s chair, faculty, counselor and more at a convocation on Aug. 31. At the convocation, the department will announce new ambassadors and more. ...

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New advising and support center opens

For many students, getting an appointment with an adviser or enrolling in an impacted class seems impossible.  These are some of the biggest factors that can delay graduation and cost students time and money. A year ago Fresno State Provost ...

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ASI approves Pete Mehas grant allocations

Associated Students, Inc. approved nearly $75,000  in grants Wednesday geared toward providing academic departments with equipment that will benefit students as part of its Pete Mehas Memorial Grant initiative. The grants, which are up to $5,000 each, seek to honor ...

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Tutoring options available to students

There are several ways for students to get academic help on campus, but academic support coordinator at the Learning Center, William Hardaway, said many students are still forgoing tutoring.

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Arts & Humanities Centennial Exhibit

Fresno State's Centennial will shine the spotlight on the College of Arts and Humanities during the month of October, 2010.

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Fresno State’s best-kept secret

University Press, a program in the College of Arts and Humanities, provides unique material to Fresno State professors and students

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Colleges struggle to make ends meet

Due to the state’s continuing financial crisis, Fresno State is considering further measures to balance its budget, such as program and department cuts.

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ABC 30’s Osborne visits

In an industry that is constantly changing, Nancy Osborne has remained a constant in the Central Valley for more than 32 years.

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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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