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Library archives war heroes’ stories

The wartime experiences of almost 100 veterans were officially inducted into the Henry Madden Library Tuesday.

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Campus blueprint on life support

In November of 2007, Fresno State’s Campus Master Plan was created in order to revitalize the university’s outdated facilities and revive the its struggling infrastructure.

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Despite improvements, air gets F

Fresno’s air quality has improved over the last couple of years but is still so severely polluted that it earned a grade of F from the American Lung Association’s “State of the Air” report.

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Online professor ratings have their place

With students’ enrollment appointments beginning this week, the website ratemyprofessors.com (RMP) may see an increase in popularity with Fresno State students.

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Tunnel offers glimpse of oppression

Walking through the Tunnel of Oppression is meant to be a journey in someone else’s shoes that ends after an eye-opening experience.

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Test used as control for head trauma

Laying face down, hazily glaring at a thousand blades of grass as if they were stars all the while having little or no recollection of how and why they are there.

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Instructors see digital divide

The Digital Campus (DC) at Fresno State is designed to enrich courses by offering an online aspect to every course that uses Blackboard or other online resources, officials said.

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State rep. visits campus, pushes bill

State Assembly majority leader Alberto Torrico visited the Fresno State campus Thursday afternoon, speaking at a rally aimed at gaining student awareness and backing for his “Fair Share for Fair Tuition” bill, Assembly Bill 656.

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Annual American Indian pow wow educates tribal members

With dancers in traditional Indigenous regalia guided by the beat of drums, the 19th annual Fresno State Powwow was underway this past weekend at O’neil Park.

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University to force remediation

Fresno State reported an estimated 60 percent of incoming first-time freshman have not attained college-level proficiency in English or math during high school, requiring them to take remedial courses once they get to the university.

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Health care reform and students

With President Barack Obama’s signing of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, many college students are eligible to be the beneficiaries of some new provisions.

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Sexual relationships in the digital age

“Sexting” – sending sexually explicit images or messages through cell phones – isn’t a new trend, but it certainly seems to be a growing one.

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Garden to honor local artist

Fresno’s most-celebrated children’s author and illustrator Leo Politi is being honored with a garden, which broke ground March 8, outside the Henry Madden Library.

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Credit card act restricts students

An act aims to prevent college students and young Americans from amassing loads of credit card debt.

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Tenure meant to protect academic freedom

Academic freedom allows professors to research and explore controversial or divisive topics related to their department without fear of persecution.

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Kremen engages teachers

While traversing budget cuts, one college works to produce potential teachers.

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Senators debate service hours

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) proposed a change aimed at making the association’s senators more accessible to students.

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Culture clash between roommates

Students who live in the dorms may have to deal with a situation they didn’t expect, living with a roommate of a different race.

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