FresnoState Magazine focuses on university’s ‘Century of Excellence’

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FresnoState Magazine focuses on university’s ‘Century of Excellence’

The spring 2010 issue of FresnoState Magazine spotlights California State University, Fresno’s Centennial celebration with centerpiece articles about summer school in the Sierra and a university family in its fourth generation of teachers.

The magazine also focuses on the Campaign for Fresno State, including the impact of donor funds on research and programs, and on alumni news, profiling an alumna who blogs about food and recognition of Japanese-American alumni affected by World War II internment orders.

KMJ sports director Paul Loeffler, the radio “Voice of the Bulldogs,” introduces readers to Jack Kelley, a star on the football field and life that followed; Bulldog athlete Rosie Sanchez, pursuing Olympic gold in the shot put; and Fresno State pitcher Josh Poytress’ brush with death.

In his signature ‘Tree portraits,’ award-winning illustrator Doug Hansen, an associate professor art and design, details nursery owner and alumnus Jon Reelhorn’s campus favorite, a Valley oak near the Music Building.

FresnoState Magazine is published twice each year by the Office of University Communications. The latest issue, along with an archive of earlier magazines, is available online at http://www.fresnostatenews.com/magazine/ or by clicking the button on the home page of fresnostatenews.com.