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NBA conference finals, Champions league final and Fresno State baseball and softball playoffs

In the final episode of the semester guest host William Ramirez and guest Jorge Rodriguez talk about the NBA conference finals and which teams have an easier path to the NBA final. Also they talk about the Champions League final ...

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Many questions still remain between Canelo and GGG

Saul “Canelo“ Alvarez (49-1-2) and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (38-0-1) are two of the best middleweight fighters of our generation, and when a fight between both boxers was announced for September 2017, every boxing fan was excited. The fight didn’t disappoint. ...

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A semester full of stories and more to come

Sports have always been one of my favorite pastimes whether it’s playing them or watching them and I have always been a fan of the Fresno State Bulldogs, and this semester, I was fortunate to write for the sports section ...

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Fresno State celebrates 31st annual Powwow

Fresno State celebrated its 31st annual Native American Powwow at Maple Mall in front of the Satellite Student Union from May 4-6. The “We are still here” Powwow was organized by the Fresno State Neum Native American Student Association, and ...

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Rebels sweep ‘Dogs on Senior Day

After a tough road series against Boise State last weekend that saw the Fresno State softball team get one win and two losses, the Bulldogs faced UNLV for the last home series of the season this past weekend. The Rebels ...

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Creativity comes to Fresno State during 36-hour hackathon

HackFresno celebrated its second annual 36-hourlong Hackathon, which aims to develop programs that can solve real-world problems. The nonstop design and innovation competition was held at Fresno State’s North Gym, Room 118, and started 9 p.m. on April 27, and ...

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Goldstein enjoys final season as a Bulldog, has family to thank

From Southern California, senior Torin Goldstein was raised with baseball in his blood and was destined to become a pivotal player on a team. Whether it’s hitting and collecting RBIs on offense or making plays on defense, Goldstein is always ...

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NFL Draft, why did the Browns chose Mayfield instead of Darnold, Rosen or Allen?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and special guest Seth Casey talk about the first round of the NFL draft and they discuss the reasons behind Cleveland taking Mayfield as the number one overall draft choice. They also talk about the NBA playoffs ...

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Team makes history at National Championship

With a regular season that saw it go 10-0 and win the Pacific West Rugby Conference title, the Fresno State women’s rugby team is getting ready to face its biggest challenge in the Women’s Division II National Championship. Being that ...

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Fresno State loses winning streak but takes series

The Fresno State softball team is at the top of the Mountain West standings after coming off a 10-game winning streak last weekend. The ‘Dogs were looking to extend that streak at home against conference rival San Diego State, but ...

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What teams look best in the NBA playoffs and who will go number one in the upcoming NFL draft?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurring guest William Ramirez talk about the NBA playoffs, which teams have surprised them and which one’s have let them down. They talk about the upcoming NFL draft and the which prospects look best to make ...

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Fresno State colleges display research by students

The College of Health and Human Services celebrated its annual research showcase at the University Dining Hall Tuesday night, where seven colleges at Fresno State and other programs showcased their research to attendees. The event consisted of 31 research poster ...

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Rohleder make presence felt on and off field

Batting at top of the order, second baseman Miranda Rohleder is expected to create hits and make an immediate impact in the game. She wants to make an impact off the field, too. A native of Wichita, Kansas, Rohleder fell ...

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Jack White’s ‘Boarding House Reach’ feels fresh and new

Weird, definitely weird. But good-weird. That would be one way to describe the new concept album, “Boarding House Reach,” by former White Stripes and The Raconteurs frontman Jack White. White is known for doing things his way, and that way ...

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A lot of hits but no runs: Bulldogs lose series to Spartans

Coming into the weekend with six wins in seven games, Fresno State’s baseball team lost a weekend series 2-1 against San Jose State on April 13-15. The Bulldogs won Friday’s game, 11-7, but lost Saturday, 15-7, and Sunday, 10-7. The ...

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How does the Bryson Williams departure from Fresno State affect the men’s basketball program?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and recurring guest William Ramirez talk about Bryson Williams’ departure from Fresno State and how that affects the basketball program. Also what changes were made to the proposed $65 million dollar renovations to Bulldogs Stadium. They also ...

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Taking a ‘pause’ and focusing on mental health

With finals and graduation just around the corner, students’ stress levels are likely to creep up, too. But Fresno State’s Health and Counseling Center served up ways to promote a stress-free environment and mental health awareness. A Mental Health Screening ...

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KFSR to host jazz and wine festival

KFSR, Fresno State’s nonprofit radio station, will host the “KFSR Jazz & Wine Festival” on Saturday from noon until 4 p.m. at the University House in the Old Fig Garden neighborhood, 4411 N. Van Ness Blvd. There will be wine ...

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