Graduation is a day of celebration, distinction and honor – a day you will probably remember for the rest of your life. That is, unless you’re completely hammered. For the past few years, Dog House Grill has run a special on the morning of graduation in which it opens early at 6 a.m. and offers [...]
» Dalton Runberg
As dusk begins to fall on the Valley on a Monday evening, a stream of cars makes its way north on Highway 41 toward a place far from the city’s glowing lights, to see the night sky as nature intended it – in darkness.
After weeks of campaigning and three days of record-setting voting, the 2013 Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) elections have reached an end, and the Fresno State student body has a new president: Moses Menchaca.
Despite it being the job of news outlets to provide the facts, let’s face it: Sometimes they get it wrong. Occasionally, details of a story are mixed up, or a source is accidentally misquoted or the reporters are rushing to get out any information about a breaking story, which later turns out to be false. But in the case of the recent Steubenville rape case that has created a flurry of reports across the country, many major news outlets got it wrong for an entirely different (and much worse) reason.
The tension mounted and excitement teemed as the women of the Fresno State basketball team awaited the announcement of their seed and matchup for the first round of the 2013 NCAA Tournament. The No. 15 Bulldogs will face second-seeded Cal on Saturday in Lubbock, Texas.
There is an illness that affects about 6 percent of all Americans, yet there are often no visible symptoms. It is not contagious, and there is still much we do not understand about it. These millions of Americans suffer from various forms of mental illness, a disability that is just as real and severe as physical ailments, according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
The Fresno State women’s basketball team took down the UNLV Rebels in a 90-64 victory in the Bulldogs’ final home game of the season Saturday night. Rosie Moult, Jeanna Furst and Ki-Ki Moore were honored after the game for Senior Night. Read the full story here. Photos by Dalton Runberg / The Collegian
Tiesto, one of the biggest names in electronic dance music today, came to Fresno on his “College Invasion Tour,” making a stop at Fresno State’s Save Mart Center on March 6, 2013. The Dutch DJ dropped some of his classic tracks and some new tunes for a crowd of nearly 4,000. Tiesto previously visited Fresno [...]
The Fresno State women’s basketball team took down the Colorado State Rams 49-41 on Wednesday night at the Save Mart Center.