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Commencement broadcast live

Bulldog TV, Fresno State’s live streaming video service, will broadcast Saturday’s 9:30 a.m. commencement live over the internet. The 98th commencement will include captioning. Also streamed live will be one Friday event , the Graduate Hooding Ceremony at 7:30 p.m. ...

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What you get for the money

The Collegian broke down student fees as part of its in-depth series on the Instructionally Related Activity fee and how it is spent. This interactive presentation shows what students' fees paid for in the 2008-2009 academic year.

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There and back again: A Sierra adventure

Students staying in the Fresno area over the summer may find an escape from the heat and a change of view in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Opportunities range from backcountry fishing to ranger-led nature walks. In this video, The Collegian Online reporter Heather Billings and her father, avid backpacker and outdoorsman Keith Billings, explore the Rae Lakes Loop, a four-day, 45-mile backpacking trip.

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Viva Las Vintage Days

Vintage Days brings thousands of people to campus every year with craft and food booths, live entertainment and nightly events. Vintage Days, which is Las Vegas-themed this year, will run from April 16-19. Use The Collegian’s map to find out ...

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Organizations’ short reach

He shook my hand, and, as we smiled for the camera, spoke to me out of the side of his mouth.

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Education about religion topic of panel

The Veritas Forum, in its fifth year at Fresno State, is an annual event which deals with topics of religious and moral questions. This year’s forum, on the topic, “Ignorance Isn’t Bliss,” hosted two experts in the field of religious ...

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Virtue in studying diverse religions

The three R’s of education, as everyone knows, are reading, ‘riting, and ‘rithmatic. Should religion be the fourth?

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Switching out

A row of photos hangs over the main desk as if watching over the office. Each bears an inscription: Senator of the Kremen School of Education; Senator of the Craig School of Business.

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Your award-winning campus news source

The Collegian sent a delegation to the Associated Collegiate Press' annual convention, which features panels, keynote speeches and lectures. This year, the convention was held in San Diego. To view a video of the Collegian staff at the convention, click here to go to our MySpace page.

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Infiltrating the weight room

On any given afternoon, the Student Rec Center is filled with people of both sexes getting down with their sweaty selves. Yet the areas are as clearly divided by sex as if they were separated by walls.

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Classes canceled due to power outage

A power outage at Fresno State has left the following buildings without power today and tonight: Kremen Education Building, Smittcamp Alumni House, Satellite Student Union and Henry Madden Library. These buildings are closed until power is restored.

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The envelope, please

The Academy Awards brought some surprising twists this year, though not all awards were unexpected. "Slumdog Millionaire" swept in the categories it was nominated, while "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," nominated for 13 awards, won only three. "The Dark Knight," the most popular movie of last year, won two awards.

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Cooking 101: Cooking From the Heart

Cooking 101 host Toni Martinez teaches students how to make a simple, romantic dinner for a date. Read more to see recipes.

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Valentine’s: not just for lovers

Raindrops on windows and sun through the curtains, warm cups of cocoa with whispers of cinnamon, books full of poems that give my soul wings: These are my favorite Saturday things.

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‘Screw up’ not a surprise

President Barack Obama uttered those three little words sooner than even I expected.

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Football recruits sneak peek

The Collegian gets a preview of two Bulldog football recruits, Derek Carr and Travis Brown, including high school highlights and basic player info. [hana-flv-player video=”http://collegian.csufresno.edu/video/recruits.flv” width=”400″ height=”330″ description=”” player=”4″ autoload=”true” autoplay=”false” loop=”false” autorewind=”true” splashimage=”http://collegian.csufresno.edu/a/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/recruits_320.jpg” /] Podcast: Play in new window ...

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Discovering lacrosse

The Collegian introduces students to the sport of women’s lacrosse. The Fresno State women’s lacrosse team has its first competition Feb. 7 at Bulldog Stadium. Requires Flash 9. Click to play. Related Content – One of a kind

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UHS teacher dismissed

Jonathan McCoy Malcolm, a music instructor at University High School on the Fresno State campus, was dismissed this evening. Malcolm was arrested Wednesday and charged with distributing or displaying lewd material to a minor and annoying or molesting children under 18.

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