Author Archives: Jessica Szalay

On the move

The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning has moved from the now demolished San Ramon portables, to the portables in front of the Science I building and then into Science I.

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New library goes green

With a footprint of more than 350,000 square feet, the Henry Madden Library is the largest library in the California State University system. Yet, it is the library’s green team that is making sure its carbon footprint is one of the smallest in the California State University system.

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New Editions

A Mono Indian master basket weaver knows patience, and so does artist and architect Susan Narduli.

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‘It’s going to look very empty’

For the planned January grand opening of the newly constructed and renovated Henry Madden Library, students were to walk over the elaborate marble tile entryway and be welcomed in by electronic signs and HD screens

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Play us a song, piano man

“The feature of the series is diversity,” piano professor Andreas Werz said. “Internationally of the artists, and with the type of music.”

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Lacrosse-ing over to a new era

While many in the Valley don’t know exactly what women’s lacrosse is, Fresno State head coach Sue Behme can tell you what it’s not.

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Cuts coming to campus

In response to state budget cuts, the California State University system is now facing a $31.3 million reduction in the 2008-2009 budget, $1.7 million of which will come from Fresno State.

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A tradition that’s been 17 years in the making

If you don’t mind getting up before the sun rises, then you just might be the kind of person to join the Bulldog ice hockey club team.

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Bulldogs dive right in

Even though there’s a Bulldog mascot on their swimsuit, the athletes of the resurrected Fresno State swimming and diving team are welcomed to practice not by a Bulldog, but rather by a Bronco – the mascot of Clovis North High School.

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So, he thinks knows he can dance…

From Dallas to Las Vegas to Los Angeles, “So You Think You Can Dance” winner Joshua Allen is just starting to realize his dream, that is, of traveling.

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‘Youtube with flavor’

Thanks to WatchDoit.com, Fresno State students can learn how to use chopsticks, how to build a cool sand castle and can now win a free Nintendo Wii.

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North Gym kicks off move

In just a few weeks Associate Athletics Director John Kriebs will have his office all packed up and ready to move.

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It’s the law

With the start of the new year and the new semester, students are worried about keeping their New Year’s resolutions, finding a way to pay for books and waking up on time to make it to that morning class.

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‘Racism is violence — free the Jena Six’

Keith Page, a criminology major, listens intently to a speech at the Jena Six rally held in the Free Speech Area yesterday afternoon. The Fresno State rally was just one of many held across the United States, including in Jena, La., where six black high school students were originally charged with attemped second-degree murder. They allegedly assaulted a white student after nooses were hung from a tree on campus.
Picketing students lined the Free Speech Area yesterday carrying signs and repeating “free the Jena Six.”

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Two other discrimination lawsuits pending

After losing $5.85 million this summer to former women’s volleyball coach Lindy Vivas, Fresno State stands to lose even more respect and money thanks to the two high-profile gender discrimination cases scheduled to start in October and November.

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Collegian returns

With the start of the new semester comes changes — new clothes, new classes, new professors and maybe even a new major for some. For the fall 2007 semester, The Collegian is not impervious to semester changes, as can be ...

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