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Antiquated textbooks sent overseas

Two campus organizations are striving to find a good home for unused books and textbooks from the Kennel Bookstore.

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Dyson delves into national issues

He was named by “Ebony Magazine” as one of the hundred most influential black Americans, is the author of 16 books, hosts his own radio show and on Sunday Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson was at Fresno State speaking about the contemporary issues that impact the African-American Community.

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University wins third consecutive service award

For the third consecutive year Fresno State has been named to the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, and it’s the first year the school has been recognized with distinction.

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Super seniors to submit plans

Though the Fresno State administration is striving to get students to graduate at a higher and faster rate, university officials said the emphasis on a quality education is not lost.

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Slumping distance courses

Students who are enrolled in distance learning programs through Fresno State may soon have to find other means of receiving their education.

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Library celebrates one year and 1 million

The Fresno State library staff will host an event next week celebrating the one-year anniversary of the opening of the Henry Madden Library.

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Nonprofit aimed at recent Fresno graduates

Fresno’s Leading Young Professionals hopes to attract elites to the Fresno area A local nonprofit works to bring and retain college graduates to the greater Fresno area. Fresno’s Leading Young Professionals (FLYP) aims to attract young, inspiring individuals to the ...

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