Author Archives: Collegian Staff

‘Who’s to blame?’: Why students walked out after graduate admissions were made

By Razmik Cañas & William Ramirez As the sun rose over Fresno State’s Peace Garden Tuesday, there was little peace among a group of social work students who crowded together to share concerns about their department. The students walked out ...

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New coach Hutson says ‘it’s time to get the old Red Wave back’

Fresno State interim athletic director Steve Robertello named Justin Hutson the new men’s basketball coach on April 4 after news began to break the night before. In a late-night tweet last Wednesday, Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro piqued interest ...

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2018 FIFA World Cup Collegian rankings 32-21

By Nugesse Ghebrendrias and Jorge Rodriguez Collegian sports reporters, Nugesse Ghebrendrias and Jorge Rodriguez list their 2018 FIFA World Cup rankings 32-21. 32. Saudi Arabia World Rank: 69 Group: A Key  Players: Mohammad Al-Sahlawi The bottom team in the tournament ...

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Meeting to discuss The Collegian’s future has been postponed

A meeting to discuss The Collegian’s financial future has been postponed to April 10, according to media, communications and journalism professor Dr. Bradley Hart. The meeting was originally scheduled for April 3. The rescheduled meeting is slated for 10:30 a.m., ...

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Journalism faculty will discuss The Collegian’s future on Tuesday

A meeting is planned Tuesday morning to discuss The Collegian’s financial future. A group of media, communications and journalism faculty who make up the Collegian Task Force will meet in Library Room 3212 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Collegian Financial ...

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Countdown to Russia 2018: team and player breakdown

By Nugesse Ghebrendrias and Jorge Rodriguez Countdown to Russia 2018: Team and Player breakdown The 2018 World Cup is less than 100 days away and with it comes a multitude of storylines. Will Lionel Messi finally win his first World ...

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Wack is back: ASI VP takes the presidency

By Razmik Cañas & Angelica Hernandez  As raindrops fell early Thursday morning, Demi Wack stood in front of the Henry Madden Library to give one last push to students to come out and vote for her for president of Fresno ...

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Highlights from Fresno State’s 2018 ASI presidential debate

By Christian Mattos and William Ramirez Associated Students, Inc. presidential candidate Sebastian Wenthe was the only candidate last Friday who took an official “yes” stance on the New USU referendum, stirring the debate over whether the candidates for president should remain ...

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Collegian Corrections for March 14, 2018

CORRECTION: On The Collegian’s March 12 front page, a pull quote in “Shining a light to hushed voices through comedy” should have been attributed to Saymoukda Vongsay. If you think a correction is needed for a printed or online story ...

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Collegian corrections for Monday, March 12, 2018.

CORRECTIONS: In The Collegian’s March 7 front-page story, “Kids Day is more than a fundraiser for these Fresno State students,” Angelina Garcia’s name was misspelled in the “before” and “after” graphic. In The Collegian’s March 7 issue, the article “What ...

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Fresno State student wins national agriculture competition

FRESNO STATE NEWS – Fresno State junior Tim Truax of Turlock was honored as the national champion of the American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmers and Ranchers Collegiate Discussion Meet on Feb. 17–18 at its annual conference in Reno. A ...

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Fresno State seeks to raise $100K to fight student hunger

FRESNO STATE NEWS – Fresno State’s March Match Up campaign that benefits the Student Cupboard kicked off March 1 with a community partner teaming up to help battle student hunger issues. The project is supported by accounting firm Moss Adams ...

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Gun battle erupts across from Fresno State

As The Collegian went to press Tuesday night, one man was fighting for his life in a hospital bed. It was the result of a gun battle that erupted at the University Inn across from the Save Mart Center. Fresno ...

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In Fresno’s African-American museum, ‘all our people are local heroes’

Hidden amongst the hustle and bustle of Downtown Fresno is the African-American Historical and Cultural Museum of the San Joaquin Valley. The museum, located in Fresno’s mural district at 1857 Fulton St., was started nearly 30 years ago by Jack ...

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New buses giving free rides to students

Fresno residents will be able to ride the Bus Rapid Transit system, called the FAX Q, for the first time starting Monday.  FAX Q buses are clean-air vehicles that are expected to enhance bus services and improve public transportation in ...

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‘Year of the Bulldogs’: Castro’s push for Valley leaders

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro has goals of sending home-grown leaders to tackle the Valley’s top issues. During his third annual “State of the University” speech last Thursday, Castro announced his plans for sending new graduates out to flourish ...

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Campus mourns the loss of ‘vibrant’ scholar

Fresno State’s office of student affairs announced last week that third-year business administration student Ana Alcantar died. She was 21. A candlelight vigil will be held to remember Alcantar on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 5 p.m. in the Free Speech ...

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