Tag Archives: Robert Boyd

Ag community takes on a drought with uncertain future

In response to California’s unprecedented drought, state officials announced Friday that the State Water Project (SWP)—a publicly operated water storage and conveyance system that distributes water to urban and agricultural water suppliers throughout California—will not distribute any water to local ...

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Electrical grid sustains second failure in less than a year

By Megan Rupe and Brianna Vaccari Fresno State students and faculty members were in disarray late Thursday afternoon as multiple buildings lost power, forcing the cancellation of all evening classes and the closure of most buildings.

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Water pipe breaks in North Gym

Due to a broken water pipe which occurred over the weekend, the Athletic business, Air Force ROTC, and some Kinesiology offices will be temporarily relocated out of the North Gym.

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Aquatic center set to open fall 2011

Originally scheduled for a summer 2010 opening, construction of the aquatic center has been delayed and will now be completed by the fall 2011 semester.

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Hazardous waste collection site on campus

Fresno State is discussing the idea of opening a hazardous waste collection site on campus. The facility will be accessible not only to students, but to all Fresno area residents as well.

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Dodging Demolition: Campus spares University Center

The University Center, located directly across from the University Student Union (USU), is no longer facing demolition. Instead, the campus plans to renovate the building and use it for a central station for campus information and provide improvements in atmosphere and function to students.

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Kremen Education Building without air conditioning

It’s one thing to cope with the intense heat outside during the summer season, but it’s quite another to be able to stand it when the high temperatures reach the classroom.

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Campus blueprint on life support

In November of 2007, Fresno State’s Campus Master Plan was created in order to revitalize the university’s outdated facilities and revive the its struggling infrastructure.

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Power restored in two buildings, problems noted for outage

Power has been restored to the Madden Library and Kremen Education Building and classes will be held as usual today, Tuesday.

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