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Ways to ring in the New Year

Whether you spend New Year’s Eve in town, out of town or on the beach, there is a little something for everyone to make the last day of the year memorable. Local venue Rainbow Ballroom will host the “MasqueRage New ...

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Holiday Gifts Full of ‘Bulldog Pride’

Looking for the perfect gift for upcoming holidays? Look no further than the Fresno State Kennel Bookstore and the Bulldog Shop. The bookstore has plenty of merchandise that would make great gifts for family, friends and coworkers. Kennel bookstore retail ...

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Community service opportunities abound during holiday season

For those interested in getting involved, Fresno State’s Associated Students Inc. and Fresno’s Poverello House are offering opportunities to give back to the community during the holiday season.

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Senior Gavin Baird wins Marshall Scholarship

Fresno State student Gavin Baird has been awarded the prestigious Marshall Scholarship, receiving full funding to attend the London School of Economics and Political Science while earning his master’s degree in international relations.

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Christmas Tree Lane lights up the season

Christmas Tree Lane has lit up Fresno for the past 92 years and is one of the longest-running events nationwide. The 2014 celebration kicked off the holiday season on Tuesday night for the first walk night (no vehicles allowed). Christmas ...

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‘Cabaret’ brings edge to campus

Fresno State University Theatre will present “Cabaret,” a 12-time Tony Award winning musical, beginning Dec. 5 and running until Dec. 14. Cabaret is an edgy play where its characters hide behind violence, drugs and sexuality to help escape the dangerous ...

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Suicide prevention training aims to educate

Fresno State Student Health and Counseling Center conducted a free training on Wednesday in which participants were taught the common misconceptions about suicide. Melissa Norris, coordinator for special projects, said it’s important because it gives the opportunity to open up ...

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Take Back the Night to spotlight affirmative consent

This year’s Take Back the Night at Fresno State will emphasize sexual consent – a theme that has been recently affected by new state legislation that requires affirmative consent to have sex.

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Barking Bulldogs Debate Team starts season on winning path

The Barking Bulldogs Debate Team competed in Utah last weekend where the team of Irvin Alvarado and Jason Auro defeated three Weber State teams and an Emporia State team leaving the ‘Dogs undefeated in the open varsity division.

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Campus group seeks to help those who struggle with body image

The Fresno State Student Health Center offers a group therapy meeting every Friday morning designed for students who struggle with the issues of food and body image. Called “Eating and Body Image,” the group is held with counselor Dr. Ya-Shu ...

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Fresno State joins Clinton Global Initiative program

Fresno State students looking to solve problems on a local or worldwide scale can now participate in the Clinton Global Initiative University program, a project designed to engage the next generation of leaders across college campuses. CGI University was developed ...

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Fresno State play tackles ‘RACE’

“RACE,” originally by playwright David Mamet, comes to the stage at Fresno State under the direction of Thomas Whit-Ellis. Its opening will take place at the Woods Theatre in Speech Arts Building on Oct. 3 at 8 p.m., and the ...

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Grant helps fund American Sign Language program

Fresno State received a $1.2 million grant aimed at giving deaf and hard of hearing students a better learning experience by improving the school’s quality of education for sign language interpretation. The grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Education’s ...

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ClovisFest Takes Flight

The annual festival celebrated its 40th year drawing thousands to help support local businesses This past weekend the 40th annual ClovisFest and Hot Air Balloon Fun Fly had more than 50,000 attendees and local business owners come out to support and ...

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Wrestling poised for a comeback

Plans for reinstatement of the Fresno State wrestling program are moving forward as Fresno State President Joseph Castro continues to pursue the project — a plan he hopes will satisfy those within the Valley who have long supported the idea. ...

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Library receives $2.2 million donation of Rollin Pickford artwork

A collection of 2,000 paintings, drawings and journal entries by late local artist Rollin Pickford will be gifted by his family to the Fresno State Henry Madden Library’s Special Collection Research Center over the next 20 years. Pickford created some ...

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