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This Fresno State employee asked parking police not to ticket her. They did anyway.

Parking Lot P31 is becoming a disputed parking area, at least for one Fresno State faculty member who says students should stay away from it. Lynette Bartucci, who teaches in the clinical rehab and mental health counseling department, said she ...

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Bastille’s ‘Wild World’ album is perfect for our time

It’s a wild world out there, but luckily we have good music to make us feel better. That is exactly what British indie-pop band Bastille’s second album, “Wild World,” gives us. The album turned one year old Sept. 9 and, ...

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Fresno State professor gets funding for breast cancer research

A biology laboratory tucked away in the Science I Building at Fresno State is home to several cancer diseases. And $300,000 in new research funds from the National Institutes of Health are now available to more closely study one of ...

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As semesters come and go, The Collegian always stays

As new students step foot on the Fresno State campus and transfer students are getting to experience a new college setting, one thing has remained the same throughout the years at the university. The Collegian, a decades-old student newspaper, is ...

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Student hopes for peace in Syria

The uprising against the Syrian government began on social media, and Fresno State international student Fares Al Malham found himself in the middle of it all. “From the beginning, our revolution [was] to take [Bashar Al-Assad] away from the rule,” ...

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Kinesiology lecturer to lead physical education association

Fresno State physical education lecturer Tim Hamel was named president-elect of the California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. Hamel lectures in the department of kinesiology and will begin his three-year term as president of the association in ...

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Foundation offers 60 $1,000 scholarships for students

The California Latino Legislative Caucus Foundation has opened up the chance for 60 students to receive $1,000 scholarships. The scholarships are meant to provide students with financial assistance. Eligible students are being encouraged to apply. Requirements for applying include: being ...

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CSU students to protest board meeting for vote on proposed tuition hike

Students from the California State University system will protest on Wednesday against a proposed tuition increase. The CSU board of trustees is meeting in Long Beach and is scheduled to hold a vote that day. The action is spearheaded by ...

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Two toddlers found roaming Shaw Avenue alone

A woman on Monday found two toddlers walking alone on Shaw Avenue, a few blocks from Fresno State, Fresno Police Lt. Joe Gomez said. He said there was no adult with the children, who were found just outside the Aetna ...

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Students take aim at ‘bad guys’ with cyber skills

At a conference in San Francisco last month, experts concluded, according to a report by USA Today, that cyber security threats in the United States and the world are growing by the day. A Fresno State professor, who attended the ...

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Court denies Save Mart Center tax refund

A court ruling has left the California State University, Fresno Association without access to a tax refund on the Save Mart Center due to late filing on the associations part. The nonprofit association operates the Save Mart Center, a nearly ...

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Mock trial team sets eye on championship

The Fresno State Intercollegiate Mock Trial program could be headed for a victory it has seen only once before in its 12-year history. Three groups from the mock trial team recently beat other universities at national mock trial competitions. Two ...

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With travel ban on hold, Castro and students hoping for repeal

At its first meeting of the semester, the Muslim Student Association (MSA) had much to talk about. Among issues that were discussed was a travel ban imposed on several countries in the Middle East that was issued through executive order ...

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Student invited to dinner after guide dog dispute

A Fresno State student will dine with the president of Table Mountain Casino after being told she couldn’t eat at the Eagle’s Landing restaurant because she had a dog with her. Shaela Warkentin said her dog Lennox is a certified ...

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