College admission, revolutions among Fresno High lecture topics

The Fresno BeeSeptember 17, 2013 

College admission, poetry and revolutions will be among the topics offered as part of Fresno High School's new lecture series.

The free lectures are open to the public and will be held on Thursdays from 6 to 7 p.m. in the Senate Chambers at Fresno High's Administration Building, 1839 Echo Ave.

On Thursday, Frank Ramirez, a University of California admissions specialist, will present a talk called "You're College Ready, But Are You Ready For College?

On Oct. 17, James Tyner, Fresno's poet laureate, will cover "What is Poetry?" And on Nov. 14, Priscilla Del Bosque-Schouten, a retired senior Foreign Service officer, will present a lecture on "Do Revolutions Matter?"

The series began on Aug. 29 with a presentation on landscape architecture by Bob Boro, the designer of the green space being installed in front of the Royce Hall on the school's campus.

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