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Inauguración del nuevo presidente inculca temor en los estudiantes

Escrito por Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado and Daniel Gligich La inauguración del cuadragésimo quinto presidente de los Estados Unidos el 20 de enero, provocó la manifestación de millones de personas, quienes llenaron las calles el día siguiente. Zacarías González, un estudiante de ...

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Inauguration upholds fears for Fresno State students under new president

By Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado and Daniel Gligich The inauguration of the 45th president of the United States on Jan. 20 spurred millions to the streets in protest the following day. For Fresno State history graduate student Zacarias Gonzalez, the move to ...

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Things to Ponder

By: Richard Thistle The idea for this blog originated while sitting in my Biology of Human Nature Philosophy class listening to a lecture on the history of paradigm shifts in how we perceive the world. This primarily consisted of two ...

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Memorial services for Fresno State’s ‘father’ of viticulture and enology announced

All flags on the Fresno State campus will be lowered to half-staff Jan. 4, the day professor emeritus of viticulture Vincent E. Petrucci will be laid to rest. Petrucci died Tuesday. He was 91. Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro ...

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Groping case highlights safety concerns

By Chueyee Yang and Razmik Cañas   Fresno State’s safety text message alert system, Bulldog Alert, has not been informing students about the crimes that have been happening near campus, said Fresno State student Annabelle Lolinco. When a safety alert ...

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He won the presidency, but lost the Emmy

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Kennedy calls for ‘spirit of youth’ in leadership

By: Dennis McCall Collegian Executive Editor Published April, 22, 1968 Sen. Robert F. Kennedy reiterated his call for bringing a new kind of leadership to the United States through a “spirit of youth” as he addressed a sun-warmed audience of ...

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Remembering transgender lives lost through hate

By Ron Camacho and Hayley Salazar A mother who lost her daughter to suicide was the keynotes speaker at the second Transgender Day of Remembrance last Wednesday in North Gym, Room 118. Allison Murphy, who lost her daughter to suicide ...

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Students protest hate in response to Trump’s victory

By Ron Camacho and Diana Giraldo  “Hey, hey, ho, ho, the hate has got to go,” the 150 students and faculty members chanted as they marched to protest President-elect Donald Trump at noon on Tuesday. “We wanted to represent our anger,” ...

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Trump: a modern genius

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Live Election Coverage

11:30 p.m. PST:  (Race to 270 electoral votes: Clinton: 215, Trump: 267) Donald Trump has taken Wisconsin. It’s over. Donald Trump is projected to be the 45th President of the United States.  10:45 p.m. PST: (Race to 270 electoral votes: Clinton: 215, Trump: 267)  Donald Trump ...

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‘Don’t tell your parents:’ An account of sexual assault and its lasting effects

By Scared and tainted (Name withheld by request) @thecollegian Locker-room talk is not an excuse to turn a blind eye to or condone sexual harassment or assault. People who shrug off these malicious actions and words do not understand how ...

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DeRuyter gets sacked

Written by: Jenna Wilson & Daniel Gligich Tim DeRuyter was removed as head coach of the Fresno State football team, Athletic Director Jim Bartko said at a press conference Sunday. “The president and I both felt that on the field ...

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Recreation Center: Out of order

Mario Cisneros Special to The Collegian I am currently a senior at Fresno State. I’m hoping this letter will help get my message out there, so President Castro can take action on the following issue. I’ve been using the Student ...

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Proposition 55 deserves a ‘yes’ vote

There are a ton of candidates and ballot measures vying for our attention this election season. But one in particular—Proposition 55—deserves a closer look and a ‘yes’ vote. While it may seem that Proposition 55, the California Children’s Education and ...

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A guide to on-campus food options for dietary restricted students

Written by Jessica Johnson & Hayley Salazar Disclaimer: Does not include food options available in the University Dining Hall The simple question of “What do you want to eat?” has become complex as food allergies have become more common. Of ...

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Dancing to Your Own Beat

By: Johnsen Del Rosario Picture yourself walking into a space and seeing college students having fun and dancing the night away. It seems normal, right? Now imagine that exact scenario, but without any music heard throughout the venue. That was the ...

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Is Class Boring, or are Students Just Lazy?

By Tiera Richardson / Special to The Collegian  As I sit in a full night class, I couldn’t help but notice the majority of the students fidgeting on technical devices, completely unengaged with the lecture. “What were they doing?” I thought ...

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