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Hearts asunder

I AM NOT A POLITICAL tinkerer by any means. I care of course, but I would rather keep my political opinions to myself.

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Queens of the court


It is a couple minutes past 1:45 p.m. at the Wathen Tennis Center and Melanie Gloria takes a quick look around before looking at the clock on her phone.

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Riding the Urban Rail

Ski and Snowboard Club's Darren Tuttle rode in the second heat at the Urban Rail Jam on Saturday in Modesto. All heats, including the final heat, were 25 minutes. There were a total of 25 competitors, both skiers and snowboarders, that competed for a prize of $250 and a Santa Cruz snowboard.
Heavenly, Kirkwood and, for the locals, Sierra Summit, are just a few of the places people can go to experience some of the joys of winter — snow.

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An unconventional addiction

After reading this, please don’t judge me. Following months of lying and deception, I feel like I need to get this secret off my chest. I have a subscription to “US Weekly.” I’m not proud of it, but I can no longer hide my gossip magazine behind my schoolbook.

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Bull-Dog food

On any given day at Dog House Grill you might walk through the double doors to cheers — they’re not for you.

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To brown bag it or not to brown bag it?

The price students pay for convenience –– err, maybe not. Plenty of food choices are available to students on campus and off, with prices almost equal to the variety of options. A fast paced life can make an impact on health and on the wallet. Price plays almost an equal role to convenience.

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Senior send-off

Senior Aubrey Tennant steals the ball away from Cal State Fullerton
More than just the opponents will be joining the women’s soccer team on the field Thursday night. For the eight seniors on the team, CSU Bakersfield will be the last team they play against in Bulldog Stadium.

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Mis-mannered

IT HAPPENED AGAIN the other day: as I was pulling up to the gas station and getting out, I noticed another person getting out of their vehicle too. We made eye contact. It was on.

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Championships in sight for XC

With the season winding down and only one more meet before the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships, cross country coach Joe Gonzales is looking for a strong finish from his men’s and women’s teams. The Bulldogs had a good showing ...

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University Health Center offers range of services

The only telltale sign that distinguishes the building that houses University Health and Psychological Services from other campus buildings is the bright blue emergency sign that adorns the outside of the building along Shaw Avenue. Students may not know that ...

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Equestrian’s ride to championship begins

On the rail, roll back, sliding stop. These are some of the terms the Fresno State women’s equestrian team will keep in mind when competing. With a full team at 69 girls, coach Rebecca Malmo is looking to have a solid showing.

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Bulldog Classic to begin season


The Wathen Tennis Center will be busy today through Sunday when the Fresno State men’s tennis team hosts the Bulldog Classic. Hoping to start off the season strong, the players will see how their early season practices fair when they face Sacramento State, San Diego, and Cal Poly.

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Campus radio station showcases concerts

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With his stage name of Malcolm Sosa, in his worn plaid shirt and matted hair, he has the look of an artist that has been performing for over three years. Sosa describes his music as more folksy than the indie sound of Rademacher, the band he performs with.

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Student goes above and beyond

Between her classes and involvement in organizations, Jaime Flores is pressed for time.  But she makes time to mentor at Buddy Systems because the program helps kids "feel like they can accomplish something"
A bio-chemistry class. A physiology and anatomy class. Being on the leadership board for REDZONE. Mentoring an at-risk youth. To say Jaime Flores is busy these days would be an understatement.

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Air quality, heat concern students

Although temperatures have noticeably dropped recently in the Valley, most students cannot forget the hot temperatures they faced at the beginning of the semester. As the fall 2007 semester began, students were met with temperatures looming from the low 100 degrees to the high 90s.

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Teacher ‘Jumpstarts’ to $5,000 scholarship award

Fremont Elementary School fourth grade students benefit from their teacher, Ashley Gomes, spending many hours with instructors and preschool students during her time with the Jumpstart program on campus.
Ashley Gomes was guaranteed as least $1,000 in scholarship money as a result of being an American Eagle Outfitters Spirit Award finalist. The only question was: Could she get more?

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