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Provost forum talks center on tablet program, enrollment

Fresno State provost and vice president for academic affairs Lynnette Zelezny held a public forum on Monday in the Henry Madden Library, discussing a range of topics relevant to the state of the campus.

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Dance production ‘On the Marley’ premieres Thursday night

The University Dance Theatre premiered its fall dance production, “On the Marley,” Thursday night. Kenneth Balint, a Fresno State dance professor and the artistic director for the Dance 115 class who perform “On the Marley” said students have been working ...

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Saxophone Studio offers chance to show skills

The music department showcased some of its students talent Tuesday night when the saxophone studio gave its biannual concert at the Wahlberg Recital Hall. The recital was organized by Fresno State saxophone professor Alan Durst, and students performed before a ...

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Annual holiday event raises funds for the four-legged

The Valley Animal Center hosted its 7th Annual Holiday Bake, Craft and Book Faire Saturday. The event invited community members to sell their goods, take holiday pictures with their pets and have the opportunity to look at pets for adoption. ...

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Homecoming Week celebrations creates Bulldog Spirit

At noon each day, the “Bulldog Spirit” song has played at the University Student Union clock tower as a reminder: this week is Fresno State’s Homecoming. Tonight, Homecoming Week will feature a pep rally at 5:30 p.m. in the parking ...

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Third ever international Smittcamp student shares her story

While most college students move away from home at 18, not many imagine moving to a different country, leaving all their family and friends, struggling with a foreign language and accepting a prestigious yet rigorous academic scholarship. Huyen Nguyen, an ...

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Native American groups host Play For a Cure

Several Native American health organizations banded together throughout the weekend to host Play For A Cure to bring awareness to breast cancer along with other health issues and promote cultural traditions within the native communities.

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Women’s Golf: Swinging to the top at Fresno State Classic

The Fresno State women’s golf team defended its turf and closed out the Fresno State Classic with four Bulldogs on top of the leaderboard.

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Two job fairs to be held in the SSU this week

Fresno State Career Services is hosting two job fairs at the Satellite Student Union this week to give students the opportunity to meet with prospective employers. The Business & Liberal Arts Job Fair will be held Tuesday, meanwhile the Ag, ...

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Cadets offered chance to see the world

Fresno State’s ROTC cadets have the opportunity to travel to locations around the world through the “Project Global Officer” initiative, which focuses on language education, international study and cultural immersion. Project GO is available to Army, Air Force, Navy and ...

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Women’s Tennis: Susdorf leads team to strong finish

The Fresno State women’s tennis team completed play in the Cal Nike Invitational Tournament on Sunday at the Hellman Tennis Complex in Berkeley, California, with a strong performance from senior Anne Susdorf. Susdorf had two wins on the final day ...

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Men’s Tennis: ‘Dogs finish second tourney of season

The Fresno State men’s tennis team finished the 2014 St. Francis Health ITA Men’s All-American Championship at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Monday. Fresno State senior Sai Kartik Nakireddi represented Fresno State for the qualifying rounds ...

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Men’s Golf: ‘Dogs finish high at Nick Watney Invite

The Fresno State men’s golf team finished the first annual Nick Watney Invitational at the Sunnyside Country Club on Tuesday in second place. The 10-team tournament was named after Fresno State alumnus and 10-year PGA professional Nick Watney, who made ...

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Revving up British classics

Restored British cars descended upon Old Town Clovis on Sunday morning for the annual British Car Roundup hosted by the Central Valley British Auto Club. The event is a celebration of all marques and models of British cars and is ...

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Golf: ‘Dogs wrap up tourney with strong showing

The Fresno State men’s golf team finished in fourth place at the Saint Mary’s Invitational in Seaside, California, on Tuesday after a strong second round on Monday.

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Armenian lecture series kicks off tonight

The Armenian studies program is hosting its first Fall Lecture Series tonight at the University Business Center, flying in Dr. Simon Payaslian from Boston University to discuss the concept of “cultural congruence” in Armenian-American communities. Barlow Der Mugrdechian, coordinator of ...

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Women’s Golf: ‘Dogs begin season in Colorado

The Fresno State women’s golf team tees off the 2014-2015 season at the Ptarmigan Ram Classic hosted by Colorado State at the Ptarmigan Country Club in Fort Collins, Colorado, Monday and Tuesday.

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Volleyball: New-look volleyball team hopes to move up the conference ladder

The Fresno State volleyball team rose above expectations in conference play last year, but after losing five senior starters and gaining six newcomers, the ‘Dogs have some challenges to overcome with a relatively new and inexperienced team.

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