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Working-class poet

As Fresno’s first poet laureate, James Tyner is now tasked with endorsing poetry and literary arts, with the goal of increasing awareness of the city’s history of poetic accomplishment.

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Two Fresno State students heading to Miss California

Two Fresno State students will show off their qualities and talents as they compete for the crown in the Miss California pageant in June.

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Metalsouls draws attention from sci-fi fans during Vintage Days

Nestled between kiosks selling nuts and handcrafted woodwork, there was one stand during Vintage Days that drew the attention from many fans of both art and popular culture.

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Student-created website makes social media easier

Two Fresno State alums teamed together to create Dwibbles, a website that focuses the favorite content of social media users into one easy-to-use website.

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Jim Crossbuck: Father, friend, mentor, teacher

On Feb.23, a SCOUT driver named James Eugene Cruz-Crossbuck passed away, and the campus mourned.

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Art by grad students on display

After many years of painstaking preparation, several art graduate students have begun showing their work at the Conley Art Gallery.

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Student ‘staches ‘Price’ prizes

Fresno State student Zechariah Freeman walked away a winner when he was asked to “come on down” in January and be a contestant on “The Price is Right.”

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Professor’s book prepares students for career success

Fresno State public relations instructor Betsy Hays has co-authored a book designed to help college students fully utilize different opportunities in college beyond their coursework.

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Circle K lends Stockton a hand

Circle K International at Fresno State joined more than 300 other Circle K students around California last weekend at the city of Stockton to clean up trash and revitalize a local community farm.

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Fun and involvement during I <3 Fresno State week

For the first time, student organizations on campus have come together for I <3 Fresno State Week—the celebration of all things Fresno State.

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Fresno State wants students to see the world

The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges (SAIE) at Fresno State has stepped up its efforts to spread awareness of its study-abroad opportunities.

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COPS deliver bags of hope to Fresno’s homeless

Twenty-two students from the Council of President’s Scholars (COPS) at Fresno State were offered a new perspective on Jan. 29 when they packed up more than 300 hot dog lunches to give to the homeless in downtown Fresno.

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Five years later, the Bulldog Pantry continues to serve

For more than five years, the Bulldog Pantry has served the community, providing food for hungry students and hundreds of low-income families.

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Eating disorders a cause for concern for freshmen

Entering college right out of high school brings a host of new challenges for many students. For some, the extreme change in lifestyle can be negative. Those who are unable to cope with the pressure run the risk of developing an eating disorder, a dangerous affliction that threatens their health and, in rare cases, can even be fatal.

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‘The Hobbit’: Not quite there yet

For me, very little of “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” was, well, unexpected. I rejoiced when I heard the news that J.R.R. Tolkien’s first novel, “The Hobbit,” was on its way to the big screen. The book laid the foundation ...

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Samuel L. Jackson Hosts VGA 10

Spike TV’s 10th annual Video Game Awards (VGA) lit up Friday night as celebrities and video game professionals mixed at Sony Picture Studios in Los Angeles to celebrate a year of some memorable gaming.

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Californauts claim fan favorite title at the Red Bull Flugtag in San Francisco

On Nov. 10, McCovey Cove at San Francisco played host to the Red Bull Flugtag, which celebrated its 10-year U.S. anniversary.

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Cycling club rides out the season

On the weekend of Nov. 17, Fresno State hosted its first collegiate mountain bike race organized by the Western Collegiate Cycling Conference at Hensley Lake — and the Bulldog Cycling Team was there to represent the campus.

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