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Credit card debt: a lasting mistake

Not only does turning eighteen mean you can buy cigarettes and adult magazines, but it also means you are lucky enough to have your name added to a database.

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Dover and over again

Rio Secco Golf Club in beautiful Henderson, Nev. was the site of this year’s Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Men’s Golf Tournament.

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Students attempt Guiness World Record for largest photo exhibit

In an attempt to put Fresno on the world map, six students from Fresno State are attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest photo exhibit.

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Fresno State awarded by Arbor Day Foundation

At The Arbor Day Foundation in Omaha, Nebraska this year, Fresno State was recognized as one of 23 Tree Campus USA award winners for dedication to campus forestry and management.

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Softball reaches two huge milestones Friday

The women’s softball team hosted the Nevada Wolf Pack in its last home series of the year.

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First-year program will build on inaugural season

On Monday the Fresno State women’s lacrosse team concluded their regular season at home against the University of Denver.

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Bulldogs kick off spring break

Spring break has arrived and Bulldog athletics are going to be kicking it off at home for a big spring break weekend.

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Fresno State’s Master Plan

With consistent tuition fee increases, being a student at a California State University is becoming harder and harder—especially these days with the economy going in the direction it has been.

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Lacrosse is back in action today

For two weeks now, the women’s lacrosse team has been preparing to take the field again. They have played five games thus far in their first season as a team.

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Living through siblings

The grass has been cut, the dirt has been raked, dugouts cleaned out and the fence has been put up. Ladies and gentlemen spring has arrived and it’s little league time.

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Competition gives students a shot at $25,000

$25,000, an office in the Lyles Center Hatchery and an additional chance to win $250,000 are all prizes for the winner of this year's Lyles Center business plan competition.

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Conference tackles health care, birth control

Latinas Empowered for Action (LEA) made its way to Fresno State on Friday, March 6, to spread the word of their cause.

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For Love or Money?

Over the last ten years reality television has successfully captured what its audience wants to see. But at what cost?

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Campus drivers have policy updated

The department of risk management has updated its policy to suit the updated laws for university employees on state business.

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Library now open, but will students use it?

Since the start of the re-construction of the Henry Madden Library, checking out books required a request from the library, and then the book would be sent from the warehouse where they were being stored, followed by an e-mail sent when the book was ready to be picked up.

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‘Supporting’ actor defines ‘Dark Knight’

For me, watching the Academy Awards this year was a different experience than it was in previous years. The climax was the award for best supporting actor. And, of course, everyone waited to hear one name called as the envelope opened: Heath Ledger.

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The ‘curse’ will strike once again

Over the past ten years the “Madden Curse” has plagued the National Football League, affecting players like Ray Lewis, Eddie George and Michael Vick.

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AAIS department hosts a month of activities

On Aug. 28, 1963 at the Lincoln Memorial, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech that revolutionized the United States of America.

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