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Letter to the Editor: Healthful option should replace Chick-fil-A

By: Rebecca Marton As a graduate student at Fresno State, I am appalled by the restaurant choices that could potentially replace Chick-fil-A. Having greasy, meaty Mexican food would be a great option if our students weren’t worried about its health. But ...

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USC Preview: Q&A with The Daily Trojan

With the first game of the season on the horizon, the Fresno State football team is gearing up for a rematch against the USC Trojans. In preparation for Saturday’s matchup, The Collegian spoke with Will Hanley and Aubrey Kragen, sports ...

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What should replace Chick-fil-A?

By Troy Pope Managing Editor Fresno State President Joseph Castro has confirmed that he wants the replacement of Chick-fil-A to be a Mexican restaurant. Although I can’t get enough of Chipotle, there’s already one across the street. We need something ...

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Thomas Boeh reassigned from athletic director to Castro’s primary adviser

Fresno State Athletic Director Thomas Boeh is leaving his position to serve as special assistant to university president Joseph Castro, the university announced Tuesday afternoon.

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Campus to host first LGBTQ graduation ceremony

By Sam Desatoff Fresno State will host its first ever commencement ceremony for its LGBTQ graduates this year. The chairperson for the inaugural LGBTQ graduation ceremony is Curtis Ortega. He has been planning the event since August of last year ...

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Downtown celebrates Cinco de Mayo

The Fulton Mall was unusually busy this weekend as thousands attended the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration.

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High-profile civil rights activist speaks on campus

By Matthew Criswell Angela Davis, an icon of the Civil Rights Movement, offered insight about her time as an activist to Fresno State students Friday as part of the CineCulture film series. The film series screened the 2012 documentary “Free ...

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House of Juju brings new taste to Old Town Clovis

By Kiley Norvell Special to The Collegian The doors to the House of Juju in Old Town Clovis open at 11 a.m. Half an hour later, the whole restaurant is alive with the hum of lunchtime diners ordering their favorite items. ...

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New signs installed part of million-dollar project

By Matthew Criswell Fresno State is getting a facelift as construction continues on the universities signage — part of the near million-dollar Wayfinding Signage Program. The first phase of the Wayfinding Program began in the summer of 2013 and the ...

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The Collegian and yearbook archives now available online

By Roger Munoz Ever wonder how student life at Fresno State has changed over the years? The Henry Madden Library’s digital collection has added two historical documents that chronicle student life since 1911.  The Collegian and the university yearbook serve ...

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Bulldog Bulletin – April 28, 2014

(Compiled by Quinn Robinson) Tennis: Women’s team wins MW title The No. 1-ranked Fresno State women’s tennis team clinched the Mountain West Women’s Tennis Championship by beating second-seeded New Mexico 4-2 Sunday at Sierra Sport and Racquet Club. The Bulldogs ...

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Friday’s Vintage Day concerts moved

Schedule of Vintage Days music acts moved to Full Circle Brewing Co. tonight due to rain: 6:00 p.m. — TURK 7:00 p.m. — Francis Ward 8:00 p.m. — ENRG 9:00 p.m. — Phonzy Riley and ENRG

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Students weigh costs and benefits of summer sessions

By Roger Muñoz   For Fresno State students, enrolling in summer school has its benefits, but is the cost driving some students away? Not according to Scott Moore, dean for the Division of Continuing and Global Education, who said it’s ...

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Denim Day kicks off Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Sam Desatoff April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and there are a number of activities on campus promoting the prevention of sexual assault. Today from noon to 2 p.m. in the Free Speech Area, the 15th annual Denim Day ...

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Tennis: ‘Dogs finish season strong, will host conference tournament

By Quinn Robinson

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Students spend spring break in service

By Roger Muñoz With spring break beginning, many students are looking forward to a recess from classes. However, there is a campus organization offering an alternative to those students looking to give back to the community during their free time. ...

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Molotov cocktail blamed for blaze near campus

A firefighter suffered minor burn injuries at an apartment fire Tuesday night after an incendiary device was allegedly lit and thrown into a living room at the Fresno Square Apartments on Cedar Avenue, Fresno Fire Department reported.

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Valley’s ‘Community Heroes’ honored

By Matthew Criswell The College of Health and Human Services hosted its annual “Community Heroes” awards event Friday at the Smittcamp Alumni House. The event is held each year to honor individuals in the community who have had an impact ...

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