Media Clips 2.11-13.2017

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Media Clips 2.11-13.2017

Postby madona » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:22 am

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‘Catholic Muslim’ Fresno Latina shares concerns and reminder: ‘Islam is for everybody’
(Fresno Bee © 02/13/2017)
These concerns were highlighted in an October story in The Bee about a Hijab Challenge at Fresno State sponsored by the Muslim Student Association.
http://www.fresnobee.com/living/liv-col ... 89709.html

Armenian Studies Program at Fresno State to Hold 29th Annual Banquet
(Massispost © 02/13/2017)
The Armenian Studies Program of California State University, Fresno, will hold its 29th Annual Banquet on Sunday, March 19, 2017 at the Fort Washington Country Club in Fresno and this year will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Program.
https://massispost.com/2017/02/armenian ... l-banquet/

Donation will help south San Joaquin Valley keep packing fresh fruit
(The Modesto Bee © 02/13/2017)
The winter bounty could keep flowing for years to come thanks in part to a donation of fruit-processing equipment to California State University, Fresno, by Bee Sweet Citrus, based in nearby Fowler.
http://www.modbee.com/news/business/agr ... 19529.html

Education Buzz for Sunday, Feb. 12
(Fresno Bee © 02/12/2017)
The 15th annual Armenian Film Festival will feature three Armenian films, including the travel journey of famous writer William Saroyan, on Friday at Fresno State.
http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/edu ... 24619.html

Ag Water Summit participants say California drought not over
(Fallbrook Village News © 02/11/2017)
Sarge Green, water management specialist at the California Water Institute and Center for Irrigation Technology at Fresno State, told the group the center has a 1,000-acre farm where they are experimenting with the latest water systems and water conservation technologies. They invite others to bring their inventions to the center for testing.
http://villagenews.com/local/ag-water-s ... ought-not/

Thumbs up, thumbs down
(Fresno Bee © 02/11/2017)
Thumbs up to Fresno State on its new $600,000 packing line used to process citrus. Fowler-based Bee Sweet Citrus, with the help of several other Central Valley businesses, donated the packing line, which is painted Fresno State red and blue. Bee Sweet Citrus founder and President Jim Marderosian said he initially wanted to make a donation to the Jordan College of Agriculture Sciences and Technology for giving him six interns to work with his company. The department instead believed a packing line would better serve the students. This is an example of why the Valley is first in ag.
http://www.fresnobee.com/opinion/editor ... 27989.html

In Valentine's season of love, make loving others the ultimate goal
(Fresno Bee © 02/11/2017)
Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State: fiala.andrew@gmail.com
http://www.fresnobee.com/living/liv-col ... 79804.html

Fresno State exhibits focus on 75th anniversary of Japanese American internment order
(Fresno Bee © 02/11/2017)
Fresno State will host a series of events over two months commemorating the 75th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, which led to the confinement of Japanese immigrants and Japanese Americans.
http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/art ... 62129.html

Donation will help south San Joaquin Valley keep packing fresh fruit
(Modesto Examiner © 02/10/2017)
The winter bounty could keep flowing for years to come thanks in part to a donation of fruit-processing equipment to California State University, Fresno, by Bee Sweet Citrus, based in nearby Fowler.
http://www.modbee.com/news/business/agr ... 19529.html

Fresno State’s Red Wave turns into Gray Wave as Bulldogs struggle to attract young fans
(Fresno Bee © 02/11/2017)
The empty seats at Bulldog Stadium and Save Mart Center for Fresno State football and basketball games are a troubling sign, but declining attendance is only part of a larger problem for an athletic department intending to get bigger and better.
http://www.fresnobee.com/sports/college ... 27169.html
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