Author Archives: Joseph Edgecomb

Faces behind the campaign

The walls of the Fresno County Republican Party headquarters off of Shaw Avenue are covered in American flags, McCain / Palin ’08 posters and large wall hangings that declare “Country First”.

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Renaissance Man

Dr. Fitzalbert M. Marius knew it was going to be a tough fight.

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Fall fashion

Students show off their favorite fashions for fall. Click to play

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Autism awareness

Bren Howard, 3, was one of many children who participated in Wednesday’s Central California Autism Center’s (CCAC) field day on campus as part of Autism Awareness Month. The event, which took place in front of the Kremen Education Building from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., included food, a bounce house and face painting for the kids.

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First Nations pow wow

Fresno State’s First Nations American Indian Student Organization hosted a traditional pow wow on campus Saturday.

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Bringing back a lost opera: Nautanki

Devendra Sharma remembers the powerful singing that cut through the 30,000 audience members who packed into his rural village India when he was a child.

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Setting the pace for fitness programs

Mark Baldis is always moving –– and soon –– the Clovis Police Department will try to keep up with him. Each year, the city of Clovis sends its firefighters and police officers to the kinesiology department, where Baldis works, for fitness testing. The firefighters were tested this past fall.

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Rainy daze


Nursing major Mai Moua brought out her umbrella and university employee Luz Maria Sanchez sheltered herself from the rain with a plastic garbage bag on campus yesterday.

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Kissing for iPods


Sophomore Lindsey Oshla and senior Zach Sharp participated in a kissing contest put on by the Kennel Bookstore on Wednesday.

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’Dogs sweep opener


Senior second baseman Jenna Cervantez is greeted at home plate by her teammates after hitting a home run in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader against the University of Pacific.

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