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Fresno State Soccer throughout the Years: A Photo Essay

While there is some debate about the United States’ most popular sport, the top three are most definitely baseball, basketball and football. On college campuses across the United States, the latter two receive the most funding and attention from administrators and fans. 1,127 more words


4th Annual USB College Football Head Coach Power Rankings: MOUNTAIN WEST

We are back for a fourth straight year everyone! Yes, it’s time once again to power rank every single coach in college football by conference. Everyone knows that in the game of football, the head coach position is arguably the most important position on the team. 705 more words

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Music alum featured on Education Matters

~ By Kaitlin C. Meier, student writer for the College of Arts and Humanities

Congratulations to Michael Gutierrez, choir director for Firebaugh-Las Deltas Unified School District… 533 more words


Resiliency Shines as LBSU Splits Weekend Games

After a big loss to Fresno State, the Beach managed a win against Stanford on a tough back-to-back at the Walter Pyramid.

After almost a month of playing on the road, during which they went 1–5, LBSU’s men’s basketball team looked to the friendly confines of Walter Pyramid to regain focus during a back-to-back weekend against two tough teams. 979 more words


Randa Jarrar: Ugly Trolling

In Barbara Bush: For Whom The Bell Tolls, I wrote about Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar, whose cruelly ugly trolling on the occasion of the death of Barbara Bush provoked substantial public outcry. 1,856 more words


Fresno State Wind Orchestra took its show on the road

~ Photo above, Dr. Gary P. Gilroy conducts the Fresno State Wind Orchestra at the recent College Band Directors National Association Western/Northwestern Division Conference at Sonoma State University in March. 676 more words


Soccer History: Conference, Trading Cards, and Photo-Contest

As the world prepares for the World Cup and Fresno welcomes its first professional team, the Valley Public History Initiative at Fresno State has been hard at work. 447 more words