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Fresno Pacific University Pacific Artist Series

Fresno Pacific University Pacific Artist Series

Classics, jazz and more in the 2012-2013

 

 

Classical harpsichord, jazz saxophone and flamenco guitar will be just some of the sounds audiences will hear at the 2012-2013 Pacific Artist Series, sponsored by Fresno Pacific University.

Janette Erickson (flute) and Laura Porter (harp) open the series at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, September 16. Erickson is the principal flutist of the Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra, director of Les Flutes Enchantees and founder of the chamber ensemble Moment Musical and the International Flute Festival at FPU, where she is an adjunct faculty member. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from California State University, Fresno. Erickson has performed at National Flute Association annual conventions and won the 1995 the N.F.A. Best New Flute Choir Publication Award for one of her editions of flute choir works written by Russell. S.

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CRMC Jail Inmate Escape

CRMC Jail Inmate Escape

The Fresno County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating a parolee who escaped from Community Regional Medical Center earlier this evening.  Wanted is 25 year old Robert Lee Davis III of Fresno.

 

          Fresno PD officers had booked Davis into the Fresno County Jail shortly before 5:30am on several charges including vehicle theft, possession of stolen property, resisting an officer, weapons charges, and an outstanding arrest warrant for burglary.

 

          During the booking process, Davis told jail staff that he had ingested ecstasy prior to his arrest.  A Correctional Officer then transported Davis to CRMC for treatment.

 

          At about 6:00pm, while in the ER area of the hospital, Davi

Fresno State Students Gather in Memory of Philip Dhanens

 

 

 

(FRESNO, Calif.) - A silent vigil in honor of Fresno State student Philip Dhanens will be held by students, on Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 8:45 p.m. in the Free Speech area. A moment of silence will be observed from 8:50-9 p.m. Students are invited to participate by bringing flowers and notes to leave in memoriam. Candles and black ribbons will also be provided for students at this candlelight memorial.

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Rick Rasmussen Selected as Director of Office of Independent Review

 

FRESNO – City Manager Mark Scott today announced that Rick Rasmussen, currently the administrator of Salt Lake City’s Civilian Review Board, has been selected as the director of the City of Fresno’s Office of Independent Review.  Rasmussen started work with the City of Fresno on Tuesday, Sept.

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CineCulture fall film lineup begins Aug. 31 on campus

CineCulture fall film lineup begins Aug. 31 on campus

 

CineCulture fall film lineup begins Aug. 31 on campus

 

(August 31, 2012) – Fresno State’s CineCulture fall film series begins at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31, at the Leon S. and Pete P. Peters Educational Center in the Student Recreation Center (Woodrow and Shaw avenues), with a screening of “Mao’s Last Dancer.”

 

The film is a true story about an 11-year-old boy in rural China during the 1970s who undergoes a brutal state-sponsored apprenticeship that turns him into an internationally acclaimed dancer.

 

CineCulture’s series this fall is comprised of 15 films, 11 on-campus and four in conjunction with Fresno Filmworks, whose films are screened at the Tower Theatre (815 E. Olive Ave.).

 

In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15-Oct. 15, CineCulture will present two films on campus.

 

Sept.

TIPS TO PREVENT HAVING YOUR RESIDENCE BURGLARIZED

TIPS TO PREVENT HAVING YOUR RESIDENCE BURGLARIZED

 

POLICE WANT TO REMIND YOU OF TIPS TO PREVENT HAVING YOUR RESIDENCE BURGLARIZED

FRESNO – Fresno Police would like to remind the public of tips to prevent your home from being burglarized.

10 Things That Make Your Home a Target for Thieves

A home is burglarized every 14.6 seconds and the average dollar loss per burglary is $2,119, according to statistics just released by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Be sure you lock your doors and windows when you're not home (you'd be surprised how many people don't).

Fresno St. Campus closed for Labor Day

Fresno St. Campus closed for Labor Day

 

 

The Fresno State campus will be closed on Monday, Sept. 3, for Labor Day. No classes will meet, the Henry Madden Library and offices will be closed. However, the student-operated Gibson Farm Market will be open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Campus emergencies should be reported to the University Police Department at 559.278-8400.