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Community Service Fair at Fresno State

Community Service Fair on campus offers volunteer opportunities.

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Peters Building classroom changes, 8/28/12

All classrooms and offices in the Peters Business Building will close at 5 p.m. today – Tuesday, August 28, 2012 – to allow for unexpected high-voltage electrical repairs. Classes will be relocated to other buildings tonight.

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Gallery: Campus preparing for new semester

With about two weeks before the semester begins, there is already plenty of movement around the campus. Collegian staff spent a day finding a variety of activities throughout Fresno State as the university prepares for the fall semester that begins on August 22.

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Photo Gallery: Campus preparing for the fall semester

In 16 days, students will begin classes at Fresno State. Information Systems major Justin Torres, center, a campus tour guide, leads a group of new students and their parents around the campus.

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California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed to retire

California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed announced today that he will retire as chancellor of the CSU following a 14-year tenure with the university system.

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Year in review: The Collegian sits down with President Welty

The Collegian’s Samuel Cosby sat down with President John Welty to find out his thoughts on how the year went, and what the future of Fresno State looks like.

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Passport services offered on campus

World travelers can apply for passports and passport cards at Fresno State’s new Passport Place, one of six such places in the Fresno area, and joins other CSU campuses with similar programs.

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Fresno State takes third at WAC Championship

The Bulldogs finished in third place out of six teams with a 38-over-par score of 902 at the Western Athletic Conference Championship in Mesa, Ariz. at Longbow Golf Club.

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Sports Briefs, 4/16/12

Softball splits doubleheader at San Jose State, Women finish strong at Sacramento State

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Pioneers trounce Bulldogs, 17-4

After a slow start and a late resurgence in the second-half, first-place Denver proved too much for Fresno State as it trounced the Bulldogs, 17-4, Friday at Bulldog Stadium.

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Sports Briefs, 4/13/12

Two home games left for Bulldogs, ‘Dogs return home for Spartans

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Letter to the Editor, 4/13/12

To the editor: Growing up I always found it hilarious that my father was considered an “alien” according to his Green Card. It was just sort of a joke until recently when I started opening my eyes to the reality of labels and their effect on society.

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Arthur Montejano elected ASI president, 16 others elected

Kinesiology graduate student Arthur Montejano was elected 2012-13 Associated Students, Inc. president by Fresno State students today. After the voting period, which ran from Tuesday through Thursday, Montejano tallied 620 votes, followed by Daniel Harrison with 411. Write-in candidate Jose Nava tallied 116 votes.

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Wiggins accepts Ole Miss coaching job

Fresno State women's basketball coach Adrian Wiggins has agreed to be the next head coach at Ole Miss.

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ASI election candidates

2012 ASI election candidates (as of March 16)

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ASI elections begin on Tuesday

ASI elections will begin on Tuesday. Get the scoop on each candidate by watching The Collegian's interviews.

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Who should you vote for?

Arthur Montejano and Daniel Harrison make their case to the students

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Former trainer Ed Ferreira dies

Former Fresno State athletic trainer Ed Ferreira died Sunday morning, according to the Fresno State Athletic Training Education Program’s Facebook page. The cause of death is unknown. He was 64.

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