Author Archives: Dana Hull

Policy questions arise with new parking fine increase

The University Police Department announced last week that parking fines at Fresno State would be increasing beginning May 16th.

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Fraternity to get muddy for kids’ ministry

The Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity is hosting a mud volleyball tournament this weekend to raise money for the Kids Alive Ministry.

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Former Collegian sports editor dies suddenly

Fresno State alumnus and former Collegian sports editor Darrell Copeland passed away suddenly Monday night at a recreational softball league game. He was 25 years old.

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Health class hosts free HIV testing day

More than 100 people turned out for the Sexually Transmitted Infection testing day that happened on campus earlier this month.

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Squirrel Appreciation week comes to an end

Tomorrow marks the end of Squirrel Appreciation week, and Wanda the squirrel has spent the week making her way around campus.

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A bartender’s guide to bar behavior

I took up bartending when I went back to school so that I could pay my bills while I got my education. I decided to take the job in the service industry because I figured if I made good tips, I wouldn’t have to work a full 40 hours a week to make ends meet.

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NASA selects ‘Team Fresno State’ for zero gravity experiment

Eight Fresno State students have been chosen by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to conduct an experiment in its Grant Us Space Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program.

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Fresno State steps up game for bicyclists

New and improved bike racks have been installed on campus for the convenience of those who ride their bike to school.

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Criminology department deceives grad students

Fresno State’s criminology department has a reputation for being one of the best in California, if not in the United States. Because of this, it’s no wonder why students who are pursuing higher education in the field of criminology would want to do so at this university.

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Universities join together to defend education

Fresno State students will be joining other California State Universities today in a protest of educational budget cuts.

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High-speed rail official visits Fresno State

After many years of planning for California’s high-speed rail system to be born, the project’s officials said they are well on their way to putting their plan into effect.

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SCHOLARS DISCUSS EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION

Every seat in the Alice Peters Auditorium was taken on Friday as four experts spoke about the recent events in Egypt.

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Students name top professors

MyEdu.com polled students at Fresno State to find the professors they love most.

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Save Mart Center traffic fiasco

The Save Mart Center’s “Get Motivated” event caused some chaos for Fresno State students and staff.

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Sorority to shut down

The National Council of the Alpha Xi Delta sorority has decided to shut down Fresno State’s Gamma Epsilon Chapter after nearly 60 years of being on campus.

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Library to host open house

The Henry Madden Library is hosting an open house this week, geared toward introducing new or transfer students to campus.

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Students ‘give blood the easy way’

The Central California Blood Center kicked off its first blood drive for the spring semester last night.

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New fraternity makes its way to campus

Alpha Sigma Phi has arrived on campus, and they are looking to recruit. Matt Humberger, director of chapter and colony development, said he is looking for a group of founding fathers that want to be part of something new and something that compliments the other fraternities. Fresno State would be the only four-year university in Central California to have an Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity.

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