Author Archives: David Lee

Campus celebrates Diversity Week

The opening ceremony for Fresno State’s Diversity Awareness Week took place in the Free Speech Area Monday, featuring sign language poetry, dancing and speakers.

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A time to text and drive

The California Highway Patrol kicked off National Distracted Driver Awareness Month with the Distracted Driver Car Rodeo in parking Lot C of the Save Mart Center at Fresno State Tuesday morning. Students had the opportunity to drive in a real-life ...

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Welty’s commemorative wine wins award

A Fresno State wine made to commemorate former Fresno State President John Welty won a silver medal at the 2014 Consumer Wine Awards in Lodi.

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Fresno State student wins Miss Fresno County

Growing up, 2014 Miss Fresno County winner Denise Barnes was always asked to define herself in three words.

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Event gives new perspective on oppression

University Courtyard hosted the “Tunnel of Oppression” Monday to give students an interactive experience with current issues of social injustice.

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Peach Blossom Performances

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A night in the life of a Fresno State police officer

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Women’s Basketball: Bulldogs dominate San Jose Spartans in regular season finale

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ASI talks Student Health Center fee, Diversity Cup, veterans and Jesus statue

Associated Students, Inc. discussed veterans involvement with campus revitalization, the Student Health Center increasing its no-show fee, a possible Diversity Cup Award and postponed discussions on Jesus of Nazareth being added to the Peace Garden in Wednesday’s meeting Preliminary proposed ...

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7 a.m. classes are rare, but still offered

Fresno State freshman Kaitlyn Williams has her alarm set at 5 a.m. every morning. When it goes off, she grabs the materials that she prepared the night before and heads out the door about 5:30 a.m. Williams is one of ...

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Scholarship seeks to aid middle-class students

Middle-class college students who were once only eligible for loans may now qualify for a new state-funded scholarship. The Middle Class Scholarship (MCS) was signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in July, and the scholarship will be partially available ...

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