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Media Clips 4.15-17.2017

PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2017 11:22 am
by ucommstudent


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Flashback to the ’50s
(The Fresno Bee © 04/17/2017)
Starting on Friday, find your way to Vintage Days at Fresno State. The festival runs Friday, April 21 to Sunday, April 23 — as part of the Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. ... 01999.html

Fresno State merchandising students get real-world retail experience
(The Business Journal © 04/17/2017)
Local retailer Top Drawer is partnering with the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship to give students in Fresno State’s retail merchandising class a unique hands-on experience. ... experience

Fresno State Reports Own Professor for 'Trump Must Hang' Tweet
(PJ Media© 04/17/2017)
I feel for Fresno State professor Lars Maischak who is in trouble for tweeting that President Trrump must hang to save democracy. ... 30164.html

No reason to 'crucify' Fresno State professor
(The Fresno Bee © 04/17/2017)
So imagine Fresno State professor Lars Maischak's surprise last week when his tweet demanding President Trump be hung was reported to law enforcement by Fresno State's president: ... ang-tweet/

Fresno State Professor Who Said ‘Trump Must Hang’ Apologizes Profusely, Flees Fresno
( © 04/17/2017)
The history professor at California State University, Fresno who appeared to advocate for the death of President Donald Trump on Twitter has apologized profusely and taken a temporary leave of absence in an undisclosed location because he now fears for his personal safety. ... es-fresno/

Fresno State Professor Apologizes for Anti-Trump Tweet
( © 04/17/2017)
An American history professor at Fresno State University in California apologized Thursday for a tweet that said President Donald Trump “must hang” to save American democracy. The professor, Lars Maischak, said he has temporarily left Fresno while the university is on spring break, after receiving death threats and hundreds of hate emails since the tweet was highlighted by far-right websites such as Breitbart News. “I regret making these tweets,” Maischak said.

The Pink Cow could use your lending hand

(Fresno Bee © 04/17/2017)
As part of the Scholars In Service program at Fresno State, I am serving at Wesley United Methodist Church. Wesley puts tremendous effort to alleviating the problem of hunger for those in the El Dorado Park neighborhood through food programs. ... 48464.html

5 Things To Do Today, Monday, April 17
(Fresno Bee © 04/17/2017)
The commemoration exhibit honors those who lost their lives in the Cambodian genocide. Fresno State Peace Garden, Fresno, 559-278-4435,, ... 72799.html

What should happen to the Trump-tweeting Fresno State Lecturer?
(KSEE 24 News (Fresno) © 04/17/2017)
Political analyst Jim Verros and Fresno Bee education reporter Mackenzie Mays sits down with KSEE24s Evan Onstoton Sunday Morning Matters.
(VIDEO) ... /692334359

Fresno State music professor found dead during break
(The Collegian © 04/17/2017)
After being reported missing, a Fresno State music professor was found dead inside his vehicle April 13, Sierra News reported. Dr. Bradley Wayne Hufft, 59, was last seen on April 12. His family filed a missing person’s report with the Madera County Sheriff’s Office on April 13. ... ing-break/

Q&A: What’s the big deal about that Fresno State lecturer’s Trump Tweet?
(Fresno Bee © 04/16/2017)
A Fresno State lecturer’s Tweet that President Donald Trump “must hang” has led to an investigation by the Secret Service, and people are debating how serious an offense it is and what should be done.There are two camps: those who think Lars Maischak’s social media commentary that said in order to save democracy, Trump should hang – “the sooner and the higher, the better” – is grounds for termination, and that Fresno State President Joseph Castro owes that to the community. ... rylink=cpy

The Hitler Rule: Carl M. Cannon
(Long Beach Press-Telegram © 04/16/2017)
Consider the example of Fresno State history professor Lars Maischak, who tweeted, For the sake of American democracy, Trump must hang. The sooner and the higher the better. When exposed by the conservative press, the German-born professor lashed out at his college president for not defending him unconditionally, painted himself as the victim, and whined about demands that he be deported or fired. ... l-m-cannon

Fresno State music professor found dead
(KMPH 26 © 04/15/2017)
The body of a Fresno State music professor was found inside his car. ... found-dead

New Clovis general services director makes strides toward bettering the city
(Clovis Independent © 04/15/2017)
In her 22 years in Clovis government, Shonna Halterman has worked with senior citizens, bus drivers and trail runners. The 49-year-old Halterman recently was named Clovisâ€(tm) general services director. Halterman grew up in Chatsworth and moved to Clovis when she was 20. She earned a degree in speech communications from Fresno State University. ... rylink=cpy

Rei Hotoda, Sameer Patel top Bee's list of Fresno Philharmonic conductor candidates
(Fresno Bee © 04/15/2017)
At my side at the six concerts has been Fresno State music composition professor Kenneth Froelich, who has been offering his input. (While conducting isn't Froelich's specific expertise, he knows a great deal about music, and I thought he'd be a good person to offer a viewpoint.) ... 31384.html

The Syrian missile attacks: morally, no piece of cake, but justifiable
(Fresno Bee © 04/15/2017)
Last week’s bombing of Syria was the latest in a long line of military interventions carried out by American forces around the world. In Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and elsewhere, American attacks have been justified by moral arguments, drawing on the norms of international law and the just-war tradition. Written by professor Andrew Fiala. Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State: @PhilosophyFiala ... rylink=cpy