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Students light up Christmas Tree Lane

For the past 91 years, a two-mile stretch of Van Ness Boulevard that becomes Christmas Tree Lane brings the holiday spirit to Fresno, and Fresno State students helped make it happen this year.

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Donation to autism center and hearing clinic

Fresno State’s Central California Autism Center and the Speech and Hearing Clinic each received a check for $25,000 on Nov. 7 from a local organization.

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Mock trial team wins Arizona tournament

A team of Fresno State students brought home first and third-place awards from the Grand Sonoran Showdown Mock Trial in Arizona over the weekend, as well as individual recognition for several members.

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Fresno State students, faculty adjust to Common Core

Across the country, students and teachers are adapting to Common Core State Standards. Future teachers at Fresno State are taking notes, as well.

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Law punishes sex offenders who cut GPS devices

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a new bill on Oct. 12 that requires sex offenders to spend 180 days in jail for tampering with the GPS device they are fitted with before they are released on parole.

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‘Zombie DAAWG Fest’ raises drug and alcohol awareness, Halloween-style

Fresno State will experience a zombie invasion on the University Student Union (USU) balcony today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. while students learn about drug and alcohol abuse. The annual series, this year’s version of which is called the ...

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Grapes of awesome: Fresno State Winery releases four new blends, opens Tasting Room

  Four new wine blends were uncorked in a soft opening of the Tasting Room of the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market on Thursday evening, allowing wine club members and the general public to get a taste of what ...

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Victor E. II growing up

Victor E. Bulldog II took his first step into the spotlight last year, eliciting thousands to say “Awww!” and fall in love.

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Pushup crew gives back

Anyone who has attended a Fresno State football game has likely noticed the pushup crew, clad in camouflage-printed pants with green T-shirts and boots, running out into the end zone and dropping down to do pushups whenever the Bulldogs score.

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Law protects transgender students’ rights

California made transgender rights history on Aug. 12 when Gov. Jerry Brown signed into state law AB1266, a bill aimed to protect certain rights for transgender students from kindergarten to 12th grade.

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Bulldog Marching Band: More than music

  To say that the Bulldog Marching Band at Fresno State is just a college marching band or that it is all just friends is an insult. They are a family, said Katie Ardizzone, a sign language interpreting major from ...

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Parking warning issued to students, campus community

Fresno State students received multiple emails over the course of the week from Traffic Operations, reminding them of parking lot and road closures for Friday’s sold-out football game against Boise State.

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Fresno State recycling program helps manage waste

The days when people had to sort recyclables by hand are long gone at Fresno State, said Lisa Kao, who manages the Office of Environmental Health and Safety, Risk Management and Sustainability on campus.

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Castro, culture and ‘chapulines’

The official flag of Mexico was proudly displayed alongside red, green and white decorations as the scent of traditional Mexican cuisine made mouths water in Room 3212 of the Henry Madden Library on Tuesday. The event, called “Nuestra Fiesta Mexicana,” ...

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Historic fire 75 percent contained as of Tuesday morning

Fresno State students may have felt more than a tickle in their throats the past few weeks while breathing in the hot Valley air. This time around, allergies are not to blame.

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Fresno State photographer’s photo graces cover of Sports Illustrated

A decade ago, if someone had told Cary Edmondson one of his photographs would grace the cover of Sports Illustrated, he would have laughed. “It was a dream of mine while I was working at Save Mart during college to ...

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Campus tech leader Russell Perry remembered

If someone had a question about anything related to science or technology, Russell Darrin Perry had the answer. For more than 20 years, Perry had been a part of Fresno State’s Technology Services.

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Campus political clubs debate gun control

The phrase “What we can do is change the way we think” was a common theme among the Fresno State chapters of Fresno State Democrats and the Fresno State College Republicans during Friday morning’s gun violence debate in the Free ...

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