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Professors meet with Mexican president

Members of the Central Valley took part in a meeting with Mexican President Felipe Calderon last week to discuss a number of issues including Arizona’s newly passed immigration law, Senate Bill 1070.

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Brisk battle

Twenty Fresno State students entered the Lipton Brisk Emerging Artist Contest for a chance to design an iced tea label.

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Summer Arts: Curious?

This summer, artists will meet with like-minded visual, performing and literary artists for the 25th installment of CSU Summer Arts at Fresno State.

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Camping through Coachella

By midday, attendees already had a lot to talk about—DJ Lance Rock from TVs “Yo Gabba Gabba!,” performed alongside the shows dancing cast members in the Sahara Tent.

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In with the new

Fresno State Associate Students Inc. (ASI) are allowing students to trade in their other campus university shirts for ASI Fresno State shirts.

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Fresno’s best in local coffee

Echo Street Coffee, located in the former Jawawava Coffee, is nestled between Fresno High School and Fresno City College on the corner of Weldon and Echo Street.

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Plastic Beach

The Gorillaz have always been an interesting case in music.

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The hangover

For those of age, the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day may go beyond the folklores of leprechauns and traditions of wearing green to avoid getting pinched.

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Musical overload

In a time when most comedians are putting out DVDs and albums of their standup, Sarah Silverman can say she is doing it with her very own television show.

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Farm aid

As Valley farmers face issues such as drought, protests for water supplies and seasons left in turmoil, efforts are being made to reach a feasible solution.

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Rogue

The annual Rogue Performance Festival celebrates its ninth year with more than 100 performances in less than two weeks.

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Fresno’s Homeless Seek Alternative Services

Food Not Bombs relies solely on volunteers to distribute food to the homeless every Sunday at Courthouse Park.

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Storyland and Playland: celebrate 55 years in Roeding Park

Generations of families relish in the simple things they pass down to younger generations.

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The Met says goodbye after 25 years and $28 million

Within the last few months, there has been a lot to talk about regarding Fresno art.

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Central Valley Talk

When students, faculty and staff tune in to talk radio or talk shows, the usual national options come to mind: Delilah Rene, The Howard Stern Show and The Savage Nation. However, politician Mike Briggs, has given us another option.

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Downtown art looks up

When students think of downtown Fresno, thoughts of empty lots, condemned buildings, and a tragic reminder of what once was comes to mind. Within the last decade, some have tried to change that image with no success.

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Fresno rocks for relief

This Friday night, the Los Angeles musicians Confide, will be performing at Kuppajoe, on Shields and First Avenue for Haiti relief efforts.

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Show and tell

The quiet, cool cement walkways of the Phebe Conley Art Building give exceptional art students and instructors something to brag about.

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