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Here you'll find a collection of news articles and social media posts involving FPU's history and celebratory updates from the events for the 75th Anniversary.
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A sell-out crowd of well over 400 people celebrated Fresno Pacific University’s 75th Anniversary at the Gala on Saturday, November 2. The elegant evening saw many current and former administration, faculty and staff as well as supporters in tuxedos and gowns on the main FPU campus. In the late afternoon, hors d'oeuvres including shrimp and several kinds of cheese were served on the University Green as people visited at tables and a jazz combo provide music.news.fresno.edu
Fresno Pacific University kicked-off 2019-2020’s celebration of 75 years of God’s faithfulness to the university, the Central Valley and beyond with Gather 2019 September 5. About 500 people took part in a worship service at 4:00 p.m. in the Special Events Center on the main campus, and at 5:00 p.m. around 850 family and friends swarmed the University Green for food trucks, music and magic.news.fresno.edu
During the summer between my sophomore and junior year of college at Fresno Pacific University I spent a month with a friend backpacking through Europe. The two of us each carried a massive backpack and a round-trip ticket from San Francisco to Paris. We started our journey in France and from there we eventually made our way to Ireland, Switzerland, Germany, Italy and England.blogs.fresno.edu
Do you know the story behind our flagpole or the cross in the Forest? Have you ever heard about the Moore Memorial Organ or the Library Patio Garden? Check out this article from Pacific Magazine to learn more about FPU's hidden gems! https://t.co/VK03FzxgqC pic.twitter.com/44RmQSvcGm— Fresno Pacific University (@fpu) August 5, 2019
This fall we will launch the celebration of our 75th Anniversary and the revision of our strategic map for the next three years. These events channel our thoughts toward a hope-filled future, a mission realized and a commitment to "extend the influence of the Kingdom of God through the work of our faculty, staff and students."blogs.fresno.edu
John E. Toews and Dalton Reimer have been talking since junior high in Reedley, CA. John’s father, J.B. Toews, pastored Reedley Mennonite Brethren Church, where both families worshipped, and Dalton’s uncle, Arthur Wiebe, was principal at Immanuel, where both young men studied.news.fresno.edu