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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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Fresno State collaborates with Mexican university

Fresno State signed a collaboration agreement in September with the Chapingo Autonomous University, Mexico, that establishes the exchange of students, professors and research in the areas of agriculture and English. President Barack Obama and President Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico ...

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Local pub supports English Premier League

Peeve’s Public House in downtown Fresno is the official host of every soccer match of the Arsenal Football Club. Craig Scharton opened Peeve’s almost two years and has been showing the matches since the beginning.  Scharton decided to make Peeve’s ...

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‘Cabaret’ brings edge to campus

Fresno State University Theatre will present “Cabaret,” a 12-time Tony Award winning musical, beginning Dec. 5 and running until Dec. 14. Cabaret is an edgy play where its characters hide behind violence, drugs and sexuality to help escape the dangerous ...

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Third ever international Smittcamp student shares her story

While most college students move away from home at 18, not many imagine moving to a different country, leaving all their family and friends, struggling with a foreign language and accepting a prestigious yet rigorous academic scholarship. Huyen Nguyen, an ...

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The stupidest question you’ve ever asked

Have you ever heard someone say, “I hope I can get a job with my major?” I’m sure you have; you may have even said it yourself — I know I have. It is one of those perennial ideas with ...

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Professor enters a new chapter

Every writer hopes to one day find his or her name on the cover of a novel. For one professor in the Fresno State English department, those long held hopes of becoming an author have materialized into a career.

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A Modern Classic

Kim Askew, a Fresno State  graduate, credits her love of reading to her success in the writing industry. In her current project, she takes on Shakespeare’s classic works and rewrites them into teen novels.

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Levine reception blends wine and friendship

Philip Levine, one of Fresno State’s most treasured professors of English and poetry, returned briefly from retirement over the weekend to celebrate the love of wine.

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Writing Center helps students in several ways

Some students receive a term paper back from their professor with red ink splattered across the white page. The corrections and suggestions make no sense to them.

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Students learn about themselves in Japan

Every fall, five students from Fresno State are chosen to go to Tokiwa University in Mito, Japan through the Study Abroad and International Exchange program.

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Where did all the time go?

After four years of a college education and taking courses from basic English to chemistry, one would assume in the last semester before graduating a more developed plan for the future would be the result of all that infiltrative knowledge.

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