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Fun and games, 04-24-09

Crossword and sudoku solutions for April 24, 2009.

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Dwight O’Neil back on court

Men's basketball senior guard Dwight O'Neil was reinstated to the team today after being suspended for charges of driving with a suspended or revoked license on Jan. 31. O'Neil sat out seven games during his suspension. He also missed two games earlier in the season due to disorderly conduct and the death of a family member.

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Women’s doubles team No. 1 in nation

Anastasia Petukhova and Renata Kucerkova claimed the No. 1 spot among women's NCAA Division I doubles teams, according to rankings released by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association today.

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Fresno State honored for community service

Fresno State was honored with the Presidential Award for General Community Service at the American Council on Education's annual conference in Washington, D.C., Monday, Feb. 2.

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University Lecture Series presents Ben Stein

The University Lecture Series will host actor and political activist Ben Stein on Thursday, Mar. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the Satellite Student Union.

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Don’t fake-n-bake, your skin will thank you.

While the immediate results of laying out in the sun or fake-n-baking may be tempting, it comes at risky cost.

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Cooking 101: Halloween treats

Transitioning, nearly seamlessly, from class to camera, the latest addition to The Collegian staff could be described as “The Next Food Network Star.”

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Some humor for the election season

Let's forget about our plunging economy, controversial propositions and partisan differences for a moment and take time to smell the flowers of political satire.

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Brit’s new “Womanizer” video seems redundant

By now I imagine most of you have seen Britney Spear's new video "Womanizer" at least once, if not a dozen times- I'll admit I have viewed it a few times myself.

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Swearengin’s, Perea’s differences set apart in debate

One of 13 mayoral debates between candidates Ashley Swearengin and Henry T. Perea took place on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at the Tower Theatre.

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Football excitement – come early

As if Fresno State’s first home football game against a Big Ten opponent isn’t enough excitement, Saturday’s Bulldog Stadium sellout crowd will get to see the national champion Bulldogs baseball team, learn which TimeOut voters chose for mascot and enjoy a thrilling flyover by Air National Guard F-16s.

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Are you registered to vote?

The upcoming statewide elections are scheduled for Nov. 4, 2008. The ballot will include presidential candidates, U.S. house of representatives, state senate, state assembly and local mayoral candidates. The deadline to register to vote for the elections is Oct. 20, ...

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New federal requirements prompt change in football shuttle bus routes

The bus shuttle routes for the 2008 football season have been changed due to a change in the Federal Transportation Administration guidelines. In consultation with Fresno city traffic engineers, University Police Department and FAX representatives, a new bus shuttle route has been established to accommodate the large crowds and heavy traffic anticipated this season.

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Fun and games, 9-8-08.

Sudoku and crossword puzzle answers for 9-8-08.

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Thaiphoon, my favorite for so many reasons

When it comes time for dinner, I seem to always want Thaipoon.

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Three Fresno State wines win Best of Class at state fair

The Fresno State Winery won 10 awards in the recent California State Fair commercial wine judging, including three Best of Class in Region and a gold medal, capping a year that netted 32 medals in six prestigious competitions throughout the country.

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Hispanic Scholarship Fund applications available

The Fresno Hispanic Scholarship Fund is accepting applications through Sept. 30 for the 2008-2009 academic year.

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Road repairs to limit vehicle access Friday

There will be no access to vehicles behind and south of the Speach Arts and Keats buildings on Friday, September 5, 2008, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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