The Collegian

Arts & Entertainment

Fresno State professor Mai Der Vang named Pulitzer Prize finalist

Vang's poetry collection, "Yellow Rain," has been a decade in the making.

‘Revival’ celebrates in-person senior portfolio and ADDY Award recipients

This year marks the return to an in-person format for the exhibition.

News

COVID-19 Testing Center remains open through summer

The testing center will be open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in the summer.

Jiménez-Sandoval recommends removal of Henry Madden name

Jiménez-Sandoval recommended the CSU remove Henry Madden's name.

Sports

Fresno State women's volleyball coach Jonathan Winder resigns

Associate head coach Abbie Wright is being named the new interim head coach.

Orlando Robinson declares for NBA Draft, in Chicago for NBA Combine

Fresno State's 7-foot forward said goodbye to Fresno on Tuesday.

Opinion

Opinion: Reporter Adam Ricardo Solis says goodbye to The Collegian

Reporter Adam Ricardo Solis will graduate with an agriculture business degree.

Opinion: Managing editor Jesús Cano says goodbye to The Collegian

Managing editor Jesús Cano will continue his career at the Bay Area News Group.

Multimedia

Vintage Days features vendors, entertainment during weekend

Hundreds of attendees attended Vintage Days, held April 29 to May 1.

March Recap: Looking back at Pumas vs. Chivas at Chukchansi Park

Taking a look back at the Chivas vs. Pumas fútbol game on March 23.

Student Life

Commencement ceremonies for the class of 2022

Celebrations will be held throughout Fresno State from May 20 to 21.

Vintage Days returns in-person with new Blue Shell Gaming Arena

After being held virtually the last two years, Vintage Days returned in-person.