Author Archives: Rogue Morales

Philip Dhanens remembered

Walking into the Dhanens home, one is greeted with smiles and warmth, but the warmest smile of all comes from a senior portrait in the living room.

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Marketing students attempt to make largest chocolate mousse for Guinness World Record

Five Fresno State marketing students set out Thursday night to break the Guinness World Record for the largest chocolate mousse.

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ASI sponsors meal at local church

Associated Students, Inc., along with other Fresno State students, sponsored and served a Thanksgiving-themed dinner Thursday night for children and other members of the community at the Wesley United Methodist Church.

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Fresno State launches education program to help local veterans

Fresno State will be launching the Veterans Education Program, a program aimed to help local veterans adjust to civilian life and utilize Fresno State’s resources.

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Welty, ASI pleased about Prop. 30

President John D Welty, along with Associate Students, Inc. president Arthur Montejano and vice president of external affairs Sean Kiernan, said they were pleased with the passage of Proposition 30.

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Fresno State Republicans react to loss

The room fell silent as the numbers flashed on the TV screen, projecting that President Barack Obama had won the election. Many would cheer and celebrate, but those watching the screen at the Downtown Club in Fresno had very different feelings.

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Proposition 30: a smart move or a gamble?

With the election on Tuesday just around the corner, many students have been urged to vote on their futures. One of the main propositions that directly affects students is Proposition 30.

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Fresno State College Republican named ‘Tax Fighter of the Year’

Fresno State student Daniel Harrison has been named the 2012 Tax Fighter of the Year, an award from the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association.

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Take Back the Night promotes a world without violence

Take Back the Night was embraced by many on Wednesday night in the Free Speech Area in its message to stop violence against women.

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New Fresno State smartphone app available for download

A new free Fresno State app is available to download for smartphones, complete with Fresno State news, maps and athletic schedules.

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Fresno State athletes receive iPads

Every current Fresno State student-athlete received an Apple iPad 2 this semester through the National Collegiate Athletics Association’s Student-Athlete Opportunity Fund.

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Cellphones become new theft target

Cellphone thefts are on the rise at Fresno State, and authorities say students need to keep watch.

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Collegian hosts first-ever Student Choice Awards

The Collegian is hosting the first ever Student Choice Awards at Fresno State.

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Senator Rubio discusses education

State Senator Michael J. Rubio made an appearance at the Fresno State Free Speech Area Thursday at 3 p.m. to discuss issues affecting students.

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Alcohol poisoning ruled as Dhanens’ cause of death

Fresno State student Philip Dhanens’ toxicology report showed that the young man died of acute alcohol poisoning, said Fresno County Coroner Dr. David Hadden.

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Extensive process delays autopsy report

It is difficult to say for sure when Philip Dhanens’ toxicology and autopsy report will be ready, said Dr. David Hadden, the Fresno County Coroner and public administer; however he hopes that it will be ready for the public soon.

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Student-athletes promote food drive

The Student Athlete Advisory Committee will put on a canned food drive this weekend, the proceeds of which will be donated to Poverello House of Fresno.

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Health Center offers flu shots to students

Flu shots will be available to Fresno State students in the Vintage Room, behind Taco Bell, Tuesday, Sept. 25 and Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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