Media Clips 10.17.12

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Media Clips 10.17.12

Postby ucommstudent » Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:00 am


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Fresno State safety Thomas named All-America
(Fresno Bee © 10/17/2012)
Fresno State senior safety Phillip Thomas has added to his collection of honors, as named the nation's interceptions leader to its Midseason All-America first team. ... earns.html

Fresno State, EPA sign partnership
(The Business Journal © 10/17/2012)
Fresno State will work closely with the Environmental Protection Agency to boost careers in environmental fields following a pledge signed today. ... artnership

Pumpkin carving is taken to the next level
(Visalia Times-Delta © 10/17/2012)
If it was up to Tracy Newel, the traditional pumpkins with three triangles and jagged teeth would remain a thing of the past. To Newel, an assistant manager for California State University, Fresno?s Craig School of Business, Halloween pumpkins can be something beautiful simply with a little more preparation. ... rontpage|p

Not a lot separating Patterson, Whalen in 23rd Assembly District
(Fresno Bee © 10/16/2012)
"Voters are stuck in this kind of race because if you can't go on issues, then you are going to go on those things people say you're not supposed to go on," said Fresno State political science professor David Schecter, citing examples such as personality or which one looks nicer in a suit. ... erson.html

EDITORIAL: Prop. 30 is state's best option to move forward
(Fresno Bee © 10/16/2012)
The $6 billion that will be generated by Prop. 30 is vital to education. The state budget approved earlier this year includes $6 billion in cuts that would be imposed if Prop. 30 fails. The biggest cuts, $5.4 billion, would fall on public schools, forcing some local officials to shorten the school year by weeks. Public universities, including Fresno State, would endure another $500 million cut, and raise tuition again. ... -best.html

Jerry Brown seeks college students' support for Proposition 30
(Sacramento Bee (Sports) © 10/16/2012)
If it passes, California State University plans to lower tuition in January and send $250 refund checks to students for the higher rate they paid this term. Tuition at the University of California would stay flat for the next semester. If it fails, CSU plans to admit 20,000 fewer new students for the fall. Cal State tuition is set to go up 5 percent in January, the same month that UC officials have said they would raise tuition by about 20 percent, to around $15,800 a year. ... dents.html

Big Fresno Fair boasts big numbers
(The Business Journal © 10/16/2012)
The Home Arts Building saw 133 homemade quilts entered for display while the Gem and Mineral Exhibit handed out 7,000 pounds of polished rocks and awarded $3,000 in scholarships to Fresno State students and $1,500 in scholarships to Fresno City College students. ... ig-numbers

The Maddy Report: Prop. 31
(Visalia Times-Delta © 10/16/2012)
This week on The Maddy Report: ?Prop. 31: Government Reform or Proposition Overreach?? Guests Juan Arambula, former Assemblymember; Lenny Goldberg, executive director of the California Tax Reform Association; Anthony Wright, executive director of Health Access California; and Pete Weber, state co-chair of the Yes on Prop. 31 campaign and a board member of California Forward, will discuss Prop 31 with Maddy Institute Executive Director Mark Keppler. Fresno Bee columnist Bill McEwen provides a guest commentary. The show airs at 7 p.m. Friday on KVPT (Valley PBS). ... rt-Prop-31

All-State Chorus comes to R.C
(Rapid City Journal © 10/15/12)
This year’s guest choral director is Dr. Anna Hamre from California State University, Fresno. Dr. Hamre teaches undergrad and graduate conducting and literature, and is responsible for the management of the choral program at CSUF. ... 963f4.html

Thermal Imaging Helps University Stop Intruders
(Security © 9/29/12)
Since deploying Pelco by Schneider Electric’s Sarix TI thermal imaging camera system at its football stadium in June, California State University, Fresno, officials have apprehended several trespassers in 10 intrusion incidents. ... uders.aspx
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