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Ballgames with Inman

Ballgames with Inman

How Fresno State’s longest-tenured cheerleader makes baseball games an unforgettable experience

By Eddie Hughes |  Photos by Cary Edmondson

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“It’s a great day to be a Bulldog!”

The phrase is heard often nowadays around the Fresno State campus, and has even been used as part of speeches by folks like Fresno State President Joseph Read "Ballgames with Inman" […]

Ballgames with Inman2019-05-15T17:01:25+00:00

Teaching with Tech

Teaching with Tech

Biology professor creates videos to help engage, teach students

By BoNhia Lee

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A large television screen on the back wall of Fresno State biology professor Dr. Joseph Ross’ office acts as a digital whiteboard ready for a genetics lesson when students visit during office hours.

Using an iPad, Ross draws diagrams of cellular Read "Teaching with Tech" […]

Teaching with Tech2019-05-15T20:43:33+00:00

Dressed and Determined

Dressed and Determined

How a single father’s story impacted thousands

by Esra Hashem

Three years ago, Aaron Howes was not your typical college student. The 46-year-old military veteran was studying computer information systems and pursuing several internships while balancing his duties as a single father.

Howes admitted life was tough at the time, but he knew the reward would Read "Dressed and Determined" […]

Dressed and Determined2019-05-10T19:42:53+00:00

A Trial Offer

A Trial Offer

Students participating in mock trial gain courtroom and public-speaking skills

By Lucero Benitez

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A petite, quiet, shy young woman, Naila Estrada stands just under 5 feet tall. At times, she speaks so softly, she is asked to repeat herself. But in a courtroom — during trial — the 19 year old speaks Read "A Trial Offer" […]

A Trial Offer2019-05-15T18:11:58+00:00

Still the Champ

Still the Champ

Defending his title and community causes

By Eddie Hughes |  Photos by Cary Edmondson

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Just as he always does, Jose Ramirez entered his nationally televised February title fight representing the Valley. From his many local sponsors to the community causes he represents, Ramirez has the backing of an entire region every time he Read "Still the Champ" […]

Still the Champ2019-05-16T15:36:59+00:00

Bulldog Spirit

Bulldog Spirit

Tailgating 2.0

This is some next level tailgating. And if you were anywhere near the White Lot during the 2018 Fresno State football season, there’s a good chance you noticed the bright red trailer with the Bulldogs script logo and the big No. 9 adorning the sides. The No. 9 represents the retired jersey number Read "Bulldog Spirit" […]

Bulldog Spirit2019-05-15T20:50:19+00:00

Fresno State News Briefs

Fresno State News Briefs

Madden Library Celebrates

Julie H. Young still remembers the musty smell of the old library, the way the floors would creak and the confusing book stacks.

“Call numbers would end and they would resume on another floor or several feet away,” says Young, a student assistant supervisor for research services. That all changed 10 Read "Fresno State News Briefs" […]

Fresno State News Briefs2019-05-16T00:36:38+00:00

Class Notes

Class Notes

1950s

Charles R. Davis(1951) was appointed senior vice president of L3 International. He will serve as the Company’s chairman for the international boards in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.

1960s

Ken Papi

Barbara Hardwick (1967) was the Sierra Quilt featured quilter for 2018.

Mathias Matoian (1965) received the Leon S. Read "Class Notes" […]

Class Notes2019-05-16T02:19:23+00:00

Flocking Toward Inspiration

Flocking Toward Inspiration

Photo by Cary Edmondson

At the northeast corner of Fresno State’s campus, approximately 100 sheep reside. The Sheep Unit, one of 22 enterprises at the University Agricultural Laboratory (campus farm), is also home to Natalie Gutierrez.

Not only does the agriculture education student live near the Sheep Unit, she gains hands-on experience by tending to Read "Flocking Toward Inspiration" […]

Flocking Toward Inspiration2019-05-15T21:39:12+00:00

IN MEMORIAM

IN MEMORIAM

‘For thee, our hopes and memories’

Beverly Ann Agnew (1988), Dec. 6 in Clovis.

Joyce Albrigo (Rioth) (1943), Dec. 27 in Merced.

Stanley Meryl Anderson (1972), Feb. 2.

Lawrence V. Avakian (1958), Oct. 21 in Fresno.

Marian J (Kramer) Ayers (1952), Feb. 10 in Hanford.

Philip Nicholas Ayerza (1986), Nov. 29 in Madera.

Janet (Cohen) Bachand (1983), Oct. Read "IN MEMORIAM" […]

IN MEMORIAM2019-05-14T16:12:12+00:00