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Attempt at world’s longest paper chain falls short

In order to make a young girl’s wish come true, marketing students at California State University, Fresno attempted to break the record for the world’s longest paper chain link.

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Holiday eating poses considerable health risks

Underneath the comfy sweaters and stuffed between the sugar cookies and chocolate treats, holiday festivities all have one thing in common that many people wish they could ignore: weight gain.

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Kennel Bookstore addresses hike on book prices

With the fall semester finally coming to a close, it’s time to turn in that last paper, present that final project and sell back those textbooks that probably cost an arm and a leg.

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Provost discusses department consolidation

Students, faculty and other community members met with Provost William A. Covino and the Academic Affairs Budget Advisory Task Force on Dec. 2 to openly discuss the proposal to combine and reorganize schools and colleges at Fresno State.

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Students cope with stress as finals approach

With finals lurking just around the corner, some students’ stress levels are on the rise. Finals week at Fresno State will begin on Dec. 5, but the stress of finals can begin long before that day.

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Student employees affected by Black Friday

While many families are preparing for their Thanksgiving feast, some people are looking forward to what happens after the feast: Black Friday. Some people love it and others hate it.

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Occupy movement heats up on campus, worldwide

Nearly 200 students were present in the Fresno State Free Speech Area on Tuesday, Nov. 8 for the Rally to Defend Education, alongside the Occupy movement event that is taking place worldwide.

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Students to attempt fruit salad world record

On Thursday, Nov. 3, Fresno State marketing students will attempt to break the world record for making the biggest fruit salad.

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Event promotes cultural patience and tolerance

On Tuesday night Oct. 18 about 30 students gathered in the University Student Union to hear Sheikh Ramadan, leader of Masjid Fresno, speak about the importance of patience in Islam.

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Fresno State ‘Takes Back the Night’

On Wednesday students and faculty gathered in the Free Speech Area for the 32nd annual Take Back the Night event, coordinated by the Women’s Alliance and the Women’s Resource Center.

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Student movie to be screened in NY

Photography major Isaac Haney-Owens will travel to New York City on Thursday, Oct. 27 for the screening of the film “Talking About It” which will be shown at the Media That Matters Festival.

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School pride comes out

Homecoming activities celebrating Fresno State have taken place this past week in many different areas of campus to increase campus spirit.

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Entrepreneurs compete in pitch competition

On Wednesday, Sept. 28 Fresno State’s Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization club, held an elevator pitch contest in the Lyles Center where Fresno State accounting student Clifton Wahlberg’s idea to facilitate cheaper real estate paperwork won first place.

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Gov. Brown signs university disclosure bill

Earlier this month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 8, a university disclosure bill in an effort to bring transparency and accountability to universities and colleges in California.

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Fresno State student ranked 18th in online competition

Fresno State music composition major Ethan Castro is competing in a worldwide music contest with hopes of collaborating with musician Jason Derulo.

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Exhibit makes first California appearance since 1991

Numerous Fresno State students, faculty, community members and high schools visited the Holocaust exhibit “The Courage to Remember.”

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Fresno State Student awarded Fulbright Award

Fresno State communication student Jennifer Zenovich was recently awarded the Fulbright Award and is now studying in Montenegro.

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Clovis Fest entertainment good for local business

Saturday, Sept. 17, marked the 37th annual Clovis Fest in Old Town Clovis. The event began with the launching of over a dozen hot air balloons.

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