Author Archives: Jorge Rodriguez

Journalist gives insight on U.S. and Mexico relations under Trump

President Donald Trump’s influence on U.S. and Mexico’s relations is not a new story, according to a Mexican journalist who spoke at Fresno State last Thursday. Guest speaker Carlos Bravo Regidor, a professor who has written about U.S. and Mexico’s ...

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Softball split series with Illinois and Cal Poly

The Fresno State softball team hosted two doubleheaders against Illinois and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo on March 16 and 18, respectively. The Bulldogs lost 10-9 and 8-5 to Illinois on Friday and defeated San Luis Obispo 10-2 and 9-5 ...

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Lacrosse team loses at home to Albany

The Fresno State women’s Lacrosse team was coming off of a big win over Delaware State when it faced the University at Albany at home, a match that ended with them losing 12-9. The Saturday loss leaves the Bulldogs record ...

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Freshman pitcher wants to leave legacy at Fresno State

Southern California left-handed pitcher Danielle East has come a long way from being recruited by top schools to being a staple for the Fresno State softball team’s pitching lineup. As a freshman pitcher for the Bulldogs, East has had impressive ...

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‘Dogs win four-out-of-five at Fresno State Invitational

The Fresno State softball team won four of five games at the Fresno State Invitational at Margie Wright Diamond this weekend. The ‘Dogs’ only loss came to No. 17 University of California, Berkeley. Cleveland State, UC Santa Barbara and Monmouth ...

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A new wave of beer-making has brought us bold flavors

When I first started drinking beer I did it because everyone else was doing it. But i didn’t quite enjoy it. I always thought it was bitter and I didn’t like the flavor. I really didn’t think I was ever ...

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The Collegian Sportscast: Will Rodney Terry return next season as Men’s Basketball head coach?

Host Jorge Rodriguez and guest William Ramirez talk about how both men’s and women’s basketball teams did in the Mountain West Tournament and about Rodney Terry’s future at Fresno State, also about the NFL Combine and the upcoming March Madness.

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Fresno State partners with local high school to aid international students

Fresno State and San Joaquin Memorial High School formed a direct pathway program for international students to enter Fresno State in a ceremony on Monday, held in the Whitton Board Room of the Smittcamp Alumni House. Fresno State President Dr. ...

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Survey: 7 out of 10 people in the Central Valley support DACA

A recent survey performed by Fresno State’s Institute for Leadership and Public Policy shows that 7 out of 10 people in the San Joaquin Valley support the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The program, signed by former President ...

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White passes 1,000 career points in overtime loss

The Fresno State women’s basketball team lost its final home game of the season 93-89 on Friday against the New Mexico Lobos in overtime. The ‘Dogs now head to Las Vegas for the Mountain West Conference tournament with records of ...

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The Collegian Sportscast: Bulldog Baseball, NCAA Pay-for-Play and Boxing.

Host Jorge Rodriguez and guest Will Ramirez, talk about the bulldogs pitcher Edgar Gonzalez and his 17 strikeouts, the new NCAA scandal about paying players to play collegiate sports and former bulldog Jose Ramirez and his upcoming fight, among other ...

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CFA thanks Democratic party opposition to tuition hike

The California Faculty Association applauded the California Democratic Party over the weekend for opposing a possible tuition hike by the California State University system. The California Democratic Convention was held in San Diego from Feb. 23-25. CFA President Jennifer Eagan ...

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Diamond ‘Dogs take Houston Baptist series

The Fresno State baseball team faced the Houston Baptist Huskies for the first time in school history in a four-game series from Feb. 23-25 at Bob Bennett Stadium. The Bulldogs took the series 3 games to 1 to give them ...

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Speaker: We need to change how we talk about substance abuse

Clovis native and professional BMX rider Tony Hoffman spoke at Fresno State last week about his struggles with mental health and drug abuse at a young age. He told the audience about his path to recovery after addiction. Hoffman also ...

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Fresno State is holding a forum on substance use Thursday

Fresno State will be hosting “An Introduction to the Conversation About Substance Use” forum on Feb. 22 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the North Gym Room 118. The forum will focus on substance use on campus and around the ...

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Business school launches magazine

The inaugural issue of the “Central California Business Review” (CCBR) is hot off the press. The new local magazine features a range of topics including the labor market, agriculture and banking. It reports on different economic conditions and will forecast ...

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Yes football is dangerous but I still love it

I love football. Ever since I was a kid living in Mexico watching the games I became a fan of American Football, as I called it. As much as I loved the sport I always knew it was dangerous, but ...

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Fresno State students have a newly-renovated health center

A renovated pharmacy and a new administrative suite were the center of attention last Wednesday as the Student Health and Counseling Center held an open house that showcased recent renovations.   Work began two years ago and took longer to ...

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