Class Notes

Class Notes

  • Briana Aaronian (2013) married Haeden Schneider (2017) on June 2 in Fresno. (A)
  • Lindsay (Neal) Huang (2007, ‘09) and Andrew Huang (2008) welcomed their first child, Harper Quinn on Sept. 1. (B)
  • Daniel Silva (1983) released his new book, “House of Spies.” (C)
  • Ryan Jacobsen (2002, ‘04) and Ashley Jacobsen (2003) welcomed their Read "Class Notes" […]
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When Stars Align

When Stars Align

A trio of alumni rise to the highest levels of pro sports while giving an entire region reason to believe

by Eddie Hughes

Somewhere along the way, while pages fell off the calendar and hopes began anew, the little University that could became the major University that will. A blossoming community at the heart of the Central Valley grew in Read "When Stars Align" […]

When Stars Align 2017-11-10T11:21:39+00:00

‘Dog Houses – Powered by Bulldog Spirit

‘Dog Houses

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How one alum is taking his Bulldog spirit to new heights

Marvin Meyers, a proud 1956 Fresno State graduate, is taking his Bulldog spirit to new heights — literally. He got a Fresno State-inspired paint job on his King Air 300 TurboProp aircraft, complete with Bulldog red and blue striping and the Read "‘Dog Houses – Powered by Bulldog Spirit" […]

‘Dog Houses – Powered by Bulldog Spirit 2017-06-20T19:53:15+00:00

Fresno State News

Fresno State News

By Tom Uribes

Millions of Reasons Fresno State is Good for the Economy

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A study of the economic and fiscal impact of Fresno State on the Central Valley’s economy showed the University is a powerful economic driver, pumping $716.9 million in business sales into the region.

The study, conducted Read "Fresno State News" […]

Fresno State News 2017-06-15T21:15:41+00:00

Red Eye

Red Eye – Campus Traditions

Photo by Cary Edmondson

Oh, To Be Young Again

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What do you remember most about college? For some, the answer is fun. Sure, there were late nights cramming for tests and finishing those term papers we procrastinated on. There was stress over homework assignments and keeping up that grade point average.

But Read "Red Eye" […]

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A Canvas for the Arts

A Canvas for the Arts

Renowned artists flock to the community to teach and to engage

by Lisa Maria Boyles  •  Illustrations by Joel Beery

Pick an art, any art. There’s a good chance it will be taught, performed or shared during two special programs offered this summer to provide community access Read "A Canvas for the Arts" […]

A Canvas for the Arts 2017-06-08T20:11:35+00:00

Diamond Diplomacy

Diamond Diplomacy

From internment camp to the record books, Fibber Hirayama etches his name in Japanese-American baseball lore

by Paul Loeffler

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The man labeled by many as the greatest athlete, pound for pound, in Fresno State history could amble through a sold-out Bulldog Stadium these days without turning a single head. Follow him on his annual trek Read "Diamond Diplomacy" […]

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Encountering the Other

Encountering the Other

Music and journalism project focuses on understanding other cultures

By Kathleen R. Schock

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Growing up in Stockton, Chris Carreon watched a lot of movies. Big blockbusters like Star Wars, Jurassic Park and Back to the Future. He was drawn to the films not by the action or plot, but by the music. Read "Encountering the Other" […]

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Rally the Valley

Rally the Valley

Q&A with new Fresno State football coach Jeff Tedford

by Eddie Hughes

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Just four years removed from rising as high as No. 13 in the national rankings, the Fresno State football program is rebounding from an unheard of 1-11 season. New head coach Jeff Tedford — who played quarterback for the Bulldogs Read "Rally the Valley" […]

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