Media Clips 11/21-11/27/2017

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Media Clips 11/21-11/27/2017

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Five Things To Do Today, Monday, Nov. 27 | Music, Candy Cane Lane & community events
(Fresno Bee © 11/27/2017)
Music: Percussion Studio Recital Featuring students from Fresno State’s music department. Fresno State, Concert Hall, 2380 E. Keats Ave., Fresno, 559-278-2654, fresnostate.edu/artshum/music/news-concerts/index.html, $10, $5 seniors and students. Community: Pop your stress away Learn how to deal with everyday stress while popping bubble wrap and blowing bubbles. University Courtyard at Fresno State, 5152 N. Barton Ave., Fresno, http://www.facebook.com/events/165340167539219.
http://www.fresnobee.com/entertainment/ ... 58823.html

Denham, Nunes, Valadao, McCarthy vote to tax grad students 'out of existence'
(Fresno Bee © 11/24/2017)
Since Fresno State graduates so many first generation college attendees, I would appreciate reading President Joseph Castro’s view on the Valley Congressmen who just voted to tax graduate students out of existence.
http://www.fresnobee.com/opinion/letter ... 42683.html

Woodlake High School gets $38,000 for sex ed
(Foothills Sun Gazette © 11/23/2017)
And support of our mobile clinic will provide a training opportunity for both medical students and undergraduate students at institutions such as UC Merced and Fresno State in addition to bringing health screenings to rural communities where they are needed most.”
http://www.thesungazette.com/article/ne ... or-sex-ed/

Woodlake High School students prefer to stay on campus after school
(Foothills Sun Gazette © 11/23/2017)
The afterschool program is run by Teaching Fellows, a group of teaching students at Fresno State University that already run the afterschool program at Castle Rock Elementary school in Woodlake.
http://www.thesungazette.com/article/ne ... er-school/

Faith & Values Calendar | Beer and Carols, craft fair, concert
(Fresno Bee © 11/23/2017)
Women’s Rights are Human Rights, with speaker Amanda Renteria Fresno State, North Gym 118, 5241 N. Maple Ave., Fresno, 559-435-2212, 559-270-7041, 8:30 a.m. Dec. 9.
http://www.fresnobee.com/living/religio ... rylink=rss

Bulldogs land coveted spot in 2018 Wooden Leegacy
(Fresno Bee © 11/23/2017)
Fresno State has landed a spot in the prestigious 2018 Wooden Legacy, a boost for the Bulldogs’ national profile after winning 20 or more games in three of the past four seasons.
http://www.fresnobee.com/sports/college ... rylink=rss

Valley economic index dips but remains healthy
(Hanford Sentinel © 11/23/2017)
This is the 14th straight month that the overall index has moved above growth neutral,” said Dr. Ernie Goss, research faculty with the Craig School of Business at California State University, Fresno.
http://hanfordsentinel.com/valley-econo ... 07eff.html

Around the Valley | Tree auction, coat drive, fundraiser
(Fresno Bee © 11/21/2017)
Human Rights panel discussion The Human Rights Coalition of the Central Valley will commemorate Human Rights Day with a panel discussion titled “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 9 in Fresno State’s North Gym, Room 118. Amanda Renteria, chief of operations for the California Department of Justice, is the keynote speaker. Panel discussion leaders include Francine Oputa, Carole Goldsmith and Nicole Linder.
http://hanfordsentinel.com/valley-econo ... 07eff.html

Wipeout: Prof learns expensive lesson for erasing students' message
(WorldNetDaily © 11/21/2017)
A health professor at California State University at Fresno who lashed out at members of a campus pro-life organization, insisting “college campuses are not free speech areas” and then wiping out the messages they had permission to chalk on sidewalks, has been ordered by a judge not to repeat his offenses.
http://www.wnd.com/2017/11/wipeout-prof ... s-message/
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