Tag Archives: Maple Mall

Festival introduces the young to university life

Fresno State welcomed students from an estimated 200 elementary schools that participated in the 59th Peach Blossom Festival, hosted by the department of communications. Students ranging from kindergarten to sixth grade recited poetry by famous poets, such as Dr. Seuss ...

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University’s diversity recognized with weeklong event

Fresno State is recognizing diversity on campus by holding the second annual Cross Cultural Celebration Week, a weeklong event celebrating different cultures that make up the campus community. Geraldine Panelo Elizondo, assistant director for student involvement at Fresno State, along ...

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Monument rededicated in center of campus for Veterans Day

In honor of Veterans Day, university students, faculty and alumni gathered Monday morning in the Rose Garden to celebrate the rededication of the 16-ton Fresno State Veterans Monument that was formerly located at the corner of Cedar and Shaw avenues. ...

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Community gathers to break ground on the Armenian Genocide Monument

Leaders from the local Armenian community and the university broke ground on the Armenian Genocide Monument on Sunday, a project that hopes to commemorate and educate the public when it opens next April. The monument will be located in Fresno ...

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Program aims to cut campus water use by 20 percent

With drought plaguing California, Fresno State will attempt to reduce its water consumption this coming growing season by implementing a water conservation plan that aims to reduce 20 percent – 60-65 million gallons – of water consumption.

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U.S. Navy submarine fleet 114th anniversary celebrated on campus

Sweltering heat, cramped quarters and exploding depth charges were just a few of the challenges World War II submarine veterans had to face.

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Veteran memorial to move next to Rose Garden

The veterans memorial on the corner of Cedar and Shaw avenues will be relocated to just east of the Rose Garden, joining other memorials in that area of campus.

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