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Eat healthy, Save money

What will you eat today and how will you pay for it? When it comes to eating healthy, college students face two major roadblocks—time and money.

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Calories on campus

Eating healthy in college can be difficult at times and busy students often eat on the go.

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Super Lucky Catz

The Super Lucky Catz have a hard time describing their own music. Eclectic sounds, voice and lyrics put the group in a musical genre all its own.

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Nine mystical tales

Narcissus was a handsome young man who was desired and loved by all. One day, as he bent down to drink from a pool of water, he caught a glimpse of himself and fell in love.

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Caffeine crazy

It’s no secret. Coffee is a staple in many college students’ diets. But what guides you to where you purchase you daily cup? Price? Taste? Convenience? Selection?

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Cutting the wires

The Bulldog Calling Project will bring a new telephone system to Fresno State in the upcoming fall semester.

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Positive growth

California celebrates Arbor Day this week. While strolling to class, you can enjoy the beauty, clean air and shade provided by the thousands of trees planted throughout campus.

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Sigma Nu claims fifth consecutive Kids Day victory

Although overall Kids Day sales were down this year, Fresno State’s sales were up by more than $4,000. The campus organizations that sold the most were fraternities.

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1 million on the shelves, ready to go

One million books and counting — the entire Henry Madden Library collection will be on the shelves and ready for checkout at the grand opening on Feb. 20.

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‘Pointe’-ing toward completion

Construction of Campus Pointe is now well under way and completion dates for some parts of the project are within sight.

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Out of harm’s way

Associated Students Inc. (ASI) has not been affected by the state budget crisis yet, but said it is looking to the future and focusing on student needs during this difficult economic time.

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‘In the name of justice’

The Federal Government Fair brought 66 federal agencies and approximately 145 representatives to the Satellite Student Union yesterday.

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University moves deadline for transfer student apps

Not enough state funding has caused Fresno State to move up another application deadline — this time for transfer students.

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No vacancy?

Due to the state’s continuing budget crisis, Fresno State is no longer accepting freshman applications for the fall 2009 semester.

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Student money debated

Fresno State student government leaders have disagreed on how to put student money to work in making the campus’ voice heard at the statewide level.

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Americans welcome ‘change’

Fresno Democrats waited in anticipation Tuesday night to see which states on the big screen would turn blue or red.

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Some presidential alternatives

In each presidential race, a handful of legitimate third-party candidates traditionally emerge. Although it is statistically improbable that they will win the election, these candidates can often influence the outcome.

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A memoir to inspire

When Manuel Peña was a boy, his father asked him, “Where can you send an ox where he does not have to plow?” Peña replied, “This ox is different; this ox will find a place where he does not have to plow.”

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