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Bryce Johnson for ASI Senator At-Large

Hello, my name is Bryce Johnson and I am running for senator at-large. I am an animals science major with an emphasis in livestock business management. I have been involved in several groups on campus including my active membership in ...

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Madison Milliorn for ASI Senator At-Large

Hey Bulldogs! My name is Madison Milliorn, a third-year student majoring in political science, and I am running for ASI Senator At-Large. I am actively involved on campus as a collegiate member of Phi Mu Sorority and as vice president ...

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Christopher Rodriguez for ASI Senator At-Large

My name is Christopher Rodriguez and I am a fourth-year music vocal performance major. I am an active member of Lambda Chi Alpha and active musician in the Valley and abroad. I am running for the position of senator at-large. ...

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Letter to the editor: A New USU could attract new students

A vote for the New USU is a vote for a better Fresno State. My name is Sal Solorio, a communications major and I am a campus tour guide. Tour guides are the first faces an incoming student sees when ...

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ASI president endorses New USU project in letter to The Collegian

I write not as the Associated Students Inc. president, but as a concerned student. One who will not benefit from a New Student Union nor suffer the consequences of keeping our current building. It is no secret that the referendum ...

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Gun violence is preventable

By: Dr. Sudarshan Kapoor Last week, carnage took place at a high school in Parkland, Florida. Seventeen precious lives were lost on Valentine’s Day. The day of love turned into a day of grief, pain and violence. What a travesty! Mass ...

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Enough with saying it’s a myth, the gender wage gap does exist

By Andrea Felix As a Hispanic woman living in the 21st century, reading an article stating that Black and Hispanic women are most affected by the gender wage gap came to me as a shock of disappointment. The gender wage ...

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Latinos in Education: Improving the High School Dropout Rate

By Ana E. Chavez The high school dropout rate is an issue for Latino/as high school students, who are still at a higher risk of dropping out than their Black, White, and Asian peers. The Pew Research Center has identified ...

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Linguistic Discrimination: Speak English by force or by choice?

By Joshua Rivas When I was growing up, I believed that I was able to speak Spanish wherever and whenever I pleased. I thought that the people around me would pay no mind to it. This belief has stuck with ...

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Comic: President’s Day

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Honor society members express gratitude

Golden Key International Honour Society can guide you on the path to discovering your potential. It was founded in 1977 and was established to reward students with outstanding academics by providing them with great opportunities for success. These opportunities utilize ...

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Comic: Super Bowl

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Did we lose a future president?

  Today my heart, as is the case for many people worldwide, is heavy. The tragedy in Connecticut shows how short life really is. In the fleeting hours since this horrible incident, the social media forums have exploded.

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