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Symposium talks reporting on climate change

By Tori West

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Derby Days raises money for Children’s Hospital

By Matthew Criswell The annual Fresno State Derby Days took place from March 18 to March 20, raising nearly $25,000 for Children’s Hospital of Central California in Madera. Derby Days is an annual fundraising event put on by the Sigma ...

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Cesar Chavez celebrated on campus

By Roger Muñoz

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New testing center, new rules

By Roger Muñoz

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USU Productions hosts spinal cord awareness event

Fresno State’s University Student Union Productions is hosting “Just Roll With It: An Inspirational Evening with the Walk & Roll Foundation” 7 p.m. Thursday in the Satellite Student Union. The Walk & Roll Foundation, an organization focused on raising awareness ...

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Drone sculpture construction begins

Construction of “The Drone Project: A Participatory Memorial” began Sunday with many people already volunteering to help complete the art piece. The deadline to finish the sculpture is March 28, and Joseph DeLappe, a new media artist and professor of ...

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Fresno State gets high marks in affordability

By Matthew Criswell Fresno State ranked 18th out of 40 in a recent NerdScholar ranking of the best “bang for your buck” universities in California The average income for someone between the ages of 25 and 34 with a high ...

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ASI meeting raises legal questions

By Brianna Vaccari and Ricardo Cano

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Students asked to help build drone sculpture

By Matt Criswell

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Scholarship aims to help student in emergencies

By Roger Muñoz The newly established “Good Samaritan Fund” aims to help Fresno State students overcome unanticipated financial setbacks. Fresno State President Joseph Castro established the fund as part of the President’s Circle for Excellence, which is one of four projects intended ...

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The Collegian to host ASI presidential debate

The Collegian will host a debate between this year’s Associated Students, Inc. presidential candidates Tuesday, March 18 at 12:30 p.m. in Room 312-314 in the University Student Union. This year’s candidates for ASI’s top position are sophomore business marketing major ...

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Lacrosse: Levatino wins Rosa Parks Award

Fresno State junior attacker Marcy Levatino of the lacrosse team was awarded the Rosa Parks Athletic “Just Do It” Award at the Satellite Student Union last Friday.

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ASI: Lizbeth De La Cruz to run for president

By Matt Criswell The third candidate running for Associated Students, Inc. president is 23-year-old graduate student Lizbeth De La Cruz. De La Cruz graduated from Fresno State in the spring of 2013 with honors, completing her bachelor’s degree in four ...

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The Collegian wins seven awards at California College Media Association competition

The Collegian won seven awards Saturday in the California College Media Association’s annual competition, including first place for Best Features Page Design.

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Baseball: ‘Dogs sweep Aggies

For the first time in recent memory, the Fresno State baseball team swept a nationally-ranked Southeastern Conference (SEC) team.

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Financial aid deadlines quickly approaching

By Sam Desatoff The deadline for Fresno State students to file the Free Application of Federal Student Aid for the 2014-2015 school year is March 2. As the FAFSA deadline approaches, the financial aid office will process student applications and ...

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Castro: Student fee increase talks get longer timeline

Consideration for a plan that would increase student fees at Fresno State by hundreds of dollars for “student success programs” and athletics — costs that could have taken effect as early as the fall 2014 semester — has been delayed. ...

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Letter from the president: Student fee increase discussion delayed

A letter from Fresno State President Joseph Castro to the editor: As you may have heard, there is discussion about a possible future IRA (Instructionally Related Activites) student fee increase dedicated to improving student success and a possible fee increase ...

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