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Jewish holiday served as day to plant trees, celebrate studies

The Jewish Studies program honored a long-standing Jewish tradition on Wednesday by celebrating new beginnings within nature and the university program. Tu B’Shevat, New Year for the Trees, is a Jewish holiday dedicated to the growth of the fruit trees ...

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Arboretum campus’ ‘living laboratory’

As students walk between classes or head to Starbucks in the library, they are passing by a living, breathing museum every day that is preserved as part of the Fresno State Arboretum. The Arboretum, established in 1978, is a collection ...

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Grapes of Worth

Fresno State’s winery was the first university commercial winery in the country and continues to be the largest, producing up to 9,000 cases of wine every year, and provides students with a rare education and skillset. 

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Fall colors on campus

The fall season started in September, but the campus trees didn't show until late November.

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Campus construction notification

Construction will begin on the University Student Union water leak in the next three to four days. The initial work will involve moving two trees in the northeast planter and excavating through the planter in order to access space above the bowling alley. Access to the balcony and the north entrances will not be blocked. However, one pathway on north patio will be blocked off.

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Fresno State awarded by Arbor Day Foundation

At The Arbor Day Foundation in Omaha, Nebraska this year, Fresno State was recognized as one of 23 Tree Campus USA award winners for dedication to campus forestry and management.

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Thirty years of greenery

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Fresno State’s accreditation as an official arboretum in 1978 by the American Public Gardens Association.

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What’s that smell?

After walking across campus last semester, a stench arose from the bottom of Morgan Diemunsch’s white Converse shoes and filled the long row of seats she sat in during her criminology 153 class.

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