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Social media: Illuminating, inspiring, terrifying

The fatal shooting of two journalists Wednesday highlighted the twisted throne that social media now holds. WDBJ reporter Alison Parker, photojournalist Adam Ward and their interviewee Vicki Gardner were shot on live television in Virginia by a former WDBJ employee, ...

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Leaders come to Fresno State to discuss issues affecting Latinos

Local and national Hispanic leaders, including California Congressman David Valadao, spoke to students Wednesday morning in the Fresno State Satellite Student Union as part of a Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) hosted conference. The discussions focused on jobs, immigration and ...

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It’s a strange life

Look at the corner of this page and you will see my name. If you look at the corner of any of these stories, you will see other people’s names. These people all share a common thread; we’re journalists. You ...

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Administrator addresses sexual assault programs to ASI senate

As the “yes-means-yes” campus sexual assault bill awaits Gov. Jerry Brown’s signature, Fresno State officials aren’t waiting to take action on the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. Institutional Compliance Administrator Brittany Grice explained the campus’ current measures regarding ...

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Drake Bell Debuts New Music

  Actor and musician Drake Bell visited Fresno on Wednesday promoting his new album   A childhood blast-from-the-past performed at f.y.e in Clovis Wednesday afternoon. Drake Bell, a musician and actor who is most famous for his work with Nickelodeon, ...

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U.S. Navy submarine fleet 114th anniversary celebrated on campus

Sweltering heat, cramped quarters and exploding depth charges were just a few of the challenges World War II submarine veterans had to face.

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International Coffee Hour kicks off with forum on India

Four students gave a presentation about Indian culture Tuesday in the Henry Madden Library during the first International Coffee Hour of the semester. “This is a weekly event to introduce international students here,” said Makoto Saito, a Japanese international student ...

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The stupidest question you’ve ever asked

Have you ever heard someone say, “I hope I can get a job with my major?” I’m sure you have; you may have even said it yourself — I know I have. It is one of those perennial ideas with ...

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