College athletes could accomplish decades worth of activism in far less time because the NCAA has never been more vulnerable than it is at this moment in history.
In the days following the Board of Health’s collective resignation, Fresno mayor William F. Toomey scrambled to bridge […]
At the dawn of 1919, Fresno faced twin crises—a second flu wave and a political struggle over who was in charge of the city’s response to the epidemic.
A disaster looms as the college sports association looks to cash in once again.
How many angels can commit suicide on the head of a pin? Noam Chomsky and Margaret Atwood have some opinions on that.
As Fresno entered the final week of 1918, the second wave of the influenza outbreak showed no signs of breaking.
Good intentions and short-sighted thinking have turned prison reform in California into a COVID catastrophe, argues legal scholar Hadar Aviram.
As a new wave of flu tore through Fresno, the debate over reopening turned into all-out war – with business and church interests ultimately winning out, at a steep cost to public health.