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What’s News—a collection of updates from the media and our own news website


An initiative to fight human trafficking in Fresno that includes the Center for Community Transformation received coverage after a press conference March 27:


An art show by alumnus Scott Randall Lindberg was covered in the March 30 Yellow Spring News ysnews.com/news/2019/03/exhibition-to-feature-spiritual-landscapes


FPU’s role in the history of San Joaquin College of Law was included in a March 28 Business Journal article on SJCL’s 50th anniversary thebusinessjournal.com/san-joaquin-college-of-law-celebrates-golden-anniversary/


The March 27 Sun-Gazette carried an article on Visalia SOUP, a community-based crowdfunding project that includes FPU as a partner thesungazette.com/article/news/2019/03/27/proposals-for-visalia-chambers-fourth-visalia-soup-are-due-by-april-1/


Alumnus Roslyn (Pope) Moes was mentioned in an article about her mother, Sara Pope, in the March 25 Ellensburg (WA) Daily Record dailyrecordnews.com/news/sara-pope-s-musical-roots-run-deep-in-ellensburg/article_1672e711-fa79-547e-a85b-cf88db6efe49.html



On the FPU news website are items on a new integrated media emphasis in the communication program; The Adam Bomb, a play by and starring Mark Tyler, MFA, assistant professor and program director of theater, April 25-28 in the Seminary Chapel; and an April 4 book-signing by Noemi Vega Quiñones at the seminary. More at fresno.edu/news/all