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What to wear on grad day

Finding the right outfit for graduation, while always a challenge, is made more challenging when factors like weather, formality, family expectations and comfort are thrown in.

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Students explore the campus before graduation approaches

Four years may seem like a long time on campus, but students sometimes graduate without fulfilling everything that they wanted to conquer.

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Commencement ceremony ticket minimum upsets students

Graduation is getting closer, but for some students getting enough tickets to their commencement ceremonies for family can be troublesome

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Fantastic ‘Glass Menagerie’ wraps up Theater season

University Theatre wrapped up the semester with its final spring production, Tennessee Williams classic play, “The Glass Menagerie.”

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Arts awards celebrate recipients

The words “Art in Motion” can mean many things, but Saturday, April 30, it was a way to honor 16 students from the College of Arts and Humanities.

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Fresno State honors Armenian history

The Armenian Students Organization and Armenian Studies held the 96th commemoration for the Armenian genocide this past week.

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High school students pave the way for FFA

High school students crowded Fresno State’s campus to compete in the April 16 Future Farmers of America field day hosted by the Agriculture Education and Animal Science department.

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‘Dear Harvey’ portrays part of Calif.’s LGBT legacy

Fresno State theater students get a unique opportunity as undergraduates to work for the Experimental Theatre Company.

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Opera workshop performs favorites

The music department hosted a night at the opera when students from the Fresno State Opera Theatre performed scenes from famed operas to showcase their talents on April 9.

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Music to their ears

High school kids from across the Valley invaded the music department’s concert hall Friday April 1 to perform in the 12th annual Fresno State High School Band Invitational.

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‘Two Masters’ features strong student acting

If you are looking for a good laugh, you may enjoy the production University Theatre is performing, “A Servant of Two Masters” that opened March 25.

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Young poets take over campus

Swarms of children buzzed around Fresno State on March 17 and 18 for the annual Peach Blossom Festival, an oral interpretation festival held every year by the communications department.

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Fresno State student by day, soldier everyday

College can be tough, but getting deployed twice in the middle of the semester is even tougher. Sam Mabanta knows all to well the sacrifices made when serving his country, and trying to get an education simultaneously.

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Roundabouts cause confusion for some drivers

Roundabouts provide a way to keep the flow of traffic smoother, but some students have mixed feelings about how well people know how to use them.

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Poet reads at Fresno State

Sarah Wetzel, a prize-winning poet, read her latest work in the Peters Education Center Friday night to an auditorium full of graduate-level English students.

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‘A Day Without A Mexican’ brings new perspective to polarizing issue

CineCulture film explores reality of no Latino population Associated Press “A Day Without a Mexican,” CineCulture’s latest film, filled every seat on Friday night in the Peters Education Center. The film explores the reality of what California would be like ...

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George Strait and Reba McEntire perform at Save Mart Center

The Save Mart Center was packed almost to capacity Friday night for two big country stars Reba McEntire and George Strait. McEntire and Strait’s fellow country star Leann Womack opened the concert. She is known for her chart topper hit “I Hope You Dance,” a song on her album of the same title in 2000.

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A backstage look at Theater Arts

Each year, the theater arts department puts on productions to give students a broad range of theatrical experiences.

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