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Media Clips 10/19-10/23/17

PostPosted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 11:39 am
by ucommstudent


These media clips are provided by the Office of University Communications at California State University, Fresno. They are intended for the internal use of California State University, Fresno and should not be redistributed. If you want to print a story, do so now before the link expires. Questions and submissions may be sent to

5 Things To Do Today, Sunday, Oct. 22 | Big Band, Mother Earth and champagne brunch
(Fresno Bee © 10/23/2017)
The Russian pianist was winner of the 1971 Marguerite Long International Piano Competition in Paris and has performed with leading orchestras all over the world. He will perform pieces by Brahms and Mussorgsky. Fresno State, Concert Hall, 559-278-2669,, $25, $18 serniors and $5 students. ... 81941.html

Society for Armenian Studies to Hold Annual Meeting and Conference on Western Armenian
(Massis Post © 10/23/2017)
The second panel, entitled “Humanitarianism in the Ottoman Empire During World War I” is organized by Stacy Fahrenthold and will take place from 1:00PM-3:00PM on Tuesday, November 21. It is chaired by Barlow Der Mugrdechian (California State University, Fresno) ... -armenian/

Before he wrote ‘Body Snatchers,’ this author used his farming roots for inspiration
(The Fresno Bee © 10/23/2017)
While attending then-Fresno State College, Mainwaring worked as an assistant reference librarian for the Fresno County Library. He graduated from Fresno State in 1924 and got his first job as a “newspaperman” in 1925. ... 63371.html

The lost art of dialogue: How name-calling and labeling is hurting the religious liberty debate
(Mt Shasta Area Newspapers © 10/22/2017)
Name-calling has always been an effective strategy in a fight, as any kid on an elementary school playground could tell you, said Bruce Thornton, a professor of classics and the humanities at California State University, Fresno. ... rty-debate

Another free speech ball stabbed in Fresno
(Campus Reform © 10/21/2017)
California State University-Fresno student stabbed a free speech ball belonging to the university’s Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) chapter Wednesday, effectively ending the free speech event.

This week's top entertainment -" cycling in Edward Lund's memory, festivals and more
(Fresno Bee © 10/19/2017)
The second annual bicycling event for beginners and professionals is in honor of Edward Lund, a former faculty member at Fresno State, Fresno-area artist and avid cyclist who died while participating in Levi Leipheimer’s Gran Fondo in 2015. ... 87491.html

Former USA Today top editor to speak at First Amendment forum at Fresno State
(Fresno Bee © 10/19/2017)
Ken Paulson, president of the First Amendment Center and former editor in chief of USA Today, will speak at Fresno State for two free events open to the public. ... 83986.html