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Combating Senioritis

We have all self-diagnosed ourselves with senioritis one time or another in our lives whether it was our first semester of undergrad between trying to find our niche on campus and writing our easy 1,000 word papers on fracking or ...

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Letter to Jim Bartko

It would be hard to disagree that this is not an exciting time in Fresno State athletics, specifically for Bulldog Football. New coaches. New players. Plans for a newly improved stadium underway with a potential new name. We are on ...

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Weekend of wins

Women’s Basketball  Returning home after a tough loss to Colorado State, the Fresno State women’s basketball team defeated Nevada 68-54 after a slow start on Saturday afternoon to improve to 11-8 overall and  4-4 in conference play. “We had a ...

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Calm down those flyers with One Up Bands

You are at the gym. Nothing can stop you, you’re “all the way up” on the stairmaster. You are looking good in your fresh Nikes and your “Training for a marathon [on Netflix]” graphic tank top. You are ready to ...

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Spring Sports Preview Part 1

Women’s Tennis Head Coach: Ryan Stotland 2015-16 Record: 19-9 Returners: 3 Players to Watch: Katerina Stloukalova, Galina Bykova, Emma Wilson First Match: Sun., Jan. 22 @ Sacramento State, noon   Men’s Tennis Head Coach: Luke Shields 2015-16 Record: 10-17 Returners: ...

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Rise and shine: Bulldog hoops midseason recap

Mountain West Conference basketball is underway and the Fresno State men’s and women’s teams have been competing week in and week out. At the midseason point, the climb to the top of the conference has proven challenging. The Fresno State ...

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Imamura legacy lives on in the Fresno State Judo Club

Miranda Imamura’s grandfather, Haruo Imamura, started the Fresno State Judo Club in 1985 along with the Fresno Judo Club. Nearly 30 years later, junior pre-nursing major Miranda revived the campus judo club as its lone competitor and will be representing ...

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Shooting down rigid gun laws

Proposition 63 is nothing more than a list of wishful, unrealistic expectations that impinge on the integrity of law-abiding citizens and does nothing to prevent violent acts carried out by criminals. California citizens voted “yes” on Proposition 63 on Election ...

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‘Dogs allow Cal State Northridge to comeback

The Fresno State women’s basketball team lost a close game to Cal State Northridge on Friday evening at the Save Mart Center, 61-57. Fresno State led the entire game going into the fourth quarter. The Matadors responded with a 15-6 ...

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‘Dogs shine on Senior Salute Night

The Fresno State volleyball team defeated Utah State 3-1 on Wednesday evening at its Senior Salute Night at the Save Mart Center with standout performances by the team’s graduating seniors, Aleisha Coates, Maggie Eppright and Brooke Legeaux. After dropping the ...

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Top Dog of the Week…with Aleisha Coates

Name & Number: Aleisha Coates, #3 Position: Outside Hitter Major & Year: Senior, Kinesiology Hometown: Victorville, California Aleisha Coates is this week’s Top Dog after her outstanding performance against San Diego State University. Coates totaled 13 kills, a season-high 14 ...

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Bulldog Briefs

Bulldogs pounce on Cougars in exhibition game The women’s basketball team beat Azusa Pacific 75-47 on Friday evening during an exhibition game at the Save Mart Center. The ’Dogs held the lead for the entire game. Freshman guard Kristina Cavey ...

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Men’s and women’s hoops preview

Men’s Basketball 2016-2017 Head Coach: Rodney Terry 2015- 2016 Record: 25-10 Returners: 10 Predicted Finish: 4th in Mountain West Players to Watch: Paul Watson (G/F), Terrell Carter II (C), Jahmel Taylor (G), Cullen Russo (F), Karachi Edo (F)*ineligible for fall ...

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Can you dig this ’Dog?

When Fresno State volleyball comes to mind, it is difficult to think about anyone other than senior libero Maggie Eppright. A four-year starter, Eppright has played in 117 games and 430 sets for the Bulldogs. Tallying impressive statistics each season, ...

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Fresno Foodie: Pokiland provokes taste buds, prevents big spending

What’s the hype? A sushi craze has erupted lately, particularly in California and among 20- to 30-year-olds, and for good reason. The flavors are incredible and the ingredients are so fresh (no pun intended). There’s no denying how easily sushi ...

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The poetic postseason possibilities of America’s favorite pastime

The 2016 Major League Baseball postseason is arguably the most poetic that this or any generation has seen since 1903 when the first World Series was played. With the San Francisco Giants having been eliminated by the Chicago Cubs last ...

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War Eagle? Sore eagle: ‘Dogs upset No. 1 Auburn

The No. 9 Fresno State women’s equestrian team upset the reigning national champion Auburn University on Friday at the Dovington Training Center in Felton, Delaware. The ‘Dogs handed the No. 1 Tigers their first loss since Nov. 6, 2015, beating ...

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Bulldogs tee their way to the top

The Fresno State men’s and women’s golf teams participated in two-day tournaments on Monday and Tuesday, each placing in the top 10 of the invitationals. The women’s golf team took home second place out of 15 teams at the Johnie ...

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