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Author Archives: Angelica Cano

“S” is for service-learning

As the number of service-learning courses increase on campus and across the California State University system, students enroll in them for a variety of reasons.

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Writing most important, say faculty

In existence for more than 30 years, the Upper Division Writing Skills requirement aims to guarantee successful student writing and can be satisfied two ways at California State University, Fresno.

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Hostess with the mostest

When Tatevik Ekezian began hosting “Hye Oozh,” on California State University, Fresno’s 90.7 KFSR radio station eight years ago, she was no stranger to the program.

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Keep your thumbs where I can see them

Two weeks ago the opinion page of The Collegian featured a thumbs-down to The Beatles.

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‘Cosmic Egg’ hatches rock

The Australia-based band Wolfmother adds new members and turns up the volume on their second album.

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Does this make my Facebook look fat?

I was peer pressured into creating a Facebook account.

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Inside ‘Yesterday’s Chonies’

Booty-shaking brass music and psychedelic trans-punk are two descriptions that members of the Fresno-based band Yesterday’s Chonies use to describe their music.

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The blessing and bane of my existence?

Unfortunately, I love reality TV.

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Buckle up for a ‘freaky’ flight

“Flight of the Conchords” get raunchy on latest album, “I Told You I Was Freaky,” and soar to comic heights.

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A film full of giant-sized imagination

With monsters that crack jokes and feel sadness to a little boy who’s trapped between reality and his own imagination, “Where the Wild Things Are” brings a classic children’s book to life.

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All you need is ‘LOVE’

Housed at The Mirage Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, “LOVE,” a Cirque du Soleil show, creates a magical world where people defy gravity, space and reality.

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Taking the ‘treat’ out of ‘Retreat’

Exquisite tropical locales and beautiful, bikini-clad women can’t rescue “Couples Retreat” from mediocrity.

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Small stages, big talent

While acts like the Barenaked Ladies and The Game drew in crowds at The Big Fresno Fair, many find something extra in the wide variety of grounds entertainment offered.

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Cool “Whip”

“Whip It,” the intelligent and authentic directorial debut from Drew Barrymore, tackles the raucous world of women’s roller derby and adolescence without breaking a sweat.

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Monsters of Folk

The debut album by indie powerhouse “Monsters of Folk”, released Sept. 22 on Shangri-La Music, expands beyond the genre but fails to excite eardrums.

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re:FUSE Fest gives local voices a mic

Saturday marked the second annual Fresno Urban Sound Experience Festival, complete with more than 40 bands and DJs in seven downtown Fresno venues.

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There’s something missing from ‘Jennifer’s Body’

Ominous music plays as the camera pans around a dark house in the beginning of “Jennifer’s Body.”

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The Dodos

On their third album, “Time to Die,” the Dodos gain a member but lose originality.

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