Media Clips 3.18-20.2017

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Media Clips 3.18-20.2017

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Education Buzz for Sunday, March 19
(Fresno Bee © 03/20/2017)
Education Buzz for Sunday, March 19 (Monday,03/20/2017 © Fresno Bee ) Columnist Thomas Friedman to speak at Fresno State New York Times foreign affairs columnist and best-selling author Thomas L. Friedman will give a free lecture at the Save Mart Center on April 19. Friedman has covered stories for the New York Times since 1981 and is known for his direct reporting and analysis of issues in the world. He is the winner of three Pulitzer Prizes and was called "the country's best newspaper columnist" by Vanity Fair.
http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/edu ... 94743.html

CSU students to protest board meeting for vote on proposed tuition hike
(The Collegian © 03/20/2017)
CSU - Students from the California State University system will protest on Wednesday against a proposed tuition increase. The CSU board of trustees is meeting in Long Beach and is scheduled to hold a vote that day.
http://collegian.csufresno.edu/2017/03/ ... tion-hike/

Kinesiology lecturer to lead physical education association
(The Collegian © 03/20/2017)
Fresno State physical education lecturer Tim Hamel was named president-elect of the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
http://collegian.csufresno.edu/2017/03/ ... sociation/

Former Tulare dairy farmer leads Trump- Russia investigation
(Manteca Bulletin © 03/20/2017)
Devin, from day one, has made water his top priority, said Tom Holyoke, a political scientist at California State University, Fresno. Nunes served on the Agriculture Committee during his first term, but quickly landed a spot on the House Ways and Means Committee, one of Congress most influential panels. He was spotted by Republican leaders as a party loyalist and he was named to a leadership position during his first term. ALSO published in Orange County Register, Manteca Bulletin, Daily Journal..
http://www.mantecabulletin.com/section/ ... le/142386/

Folklorico dancers shine at Tulare Pueblo Fest
(Visalia Times-Delta © 03/20/2017)
The general idea of Pueblo Fest is to promote diversity and culture, and to inspire young people to engage, said Victor Torres, professor of Chicano and Latin American Studies at Fresno State. This is also a way to engage the community. Torres is the director of Los Danzantes De Aztlan of Fresno State, the university's dance program. The 47-year-old program is one of the oldest dance programs in the Central Valley, Torres said.
http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/story/ ... /99381874/

Trump's proposed budget cuts may hurt Fresno's poor, first-generation students
(Fresno Bee © 03/19/2017)
The budget, unveiled last week, protects Pell Grants, "the primary source of federal funding for low-income students" but proposes cuts to TRIO programs, which help disadvantaged students and those who are the first in their families to attend college. At Fresno State, more than 60 percent of its 24,000 students come from low-income families, and nearly 70 percent are first-generation students.
http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/edu ... 04338.html

Trump-Russia Investigation: A Former Dairy Farmer, Rep. Devin Nunes Leads Historic Probe
(NBC News.com © 03/19/2017)
Devin, from day one, has made water his top priority, said Tom Holyoke, a political scientist at California State University, Fresno. Nunes served on the Agriculture Committee during his first term, but quickly landed a spot on the House Ways and Means Committee, one of Congress' most influential panels. He was spotted by Republican leaders as a party loyalist and he was named to a leadership position during his first term.
http://www.nbcnews.com/politics/politic ... ds-n735381

In this selfie age and its 'splendid littleness' lurks a forgotten fault: vainglory
(Fresno Bee © 03/18/2017)
Vainglory can also, I think, undermine empathy. Last week Michele Borba spoke about her insightful book Unselfie, at a conference sponsored by Fresno State's Bonner Center for Character Education. Borba argues that the selfie culture encourages narcissism and undermines empathy.
http://www.fresnobee.com/living/liv-col ... 61508.html

Relax, the recent Mount Etna eruptions are completely normal
(USA Today © 03/18/2017)
Mt. Etna blew its top this week, injuring several tourists and reporters as it spewed lava hundreds of feet into the air above Sicily. But experts say there's nothing to worry about. As Europe's largest and most active volcano, Etna has been erupting on and off for millennia. It's erupted at least three times already this year. "It's not unusual for Etna to erupt," said volcanologist Keith Putirka of [California State University, Fresno]. "Mt. Etna is one of the most active volcanoes on the planet, and has been active for perhaps a half million years."
http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/scie ... /99299376/
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