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ASI budget review

Current ASI executives are planning to rewrite the budget for this year making changes based on spending habits of past executives and unforeseen expenses.

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Former ASI employee asking for job back

The former Associated Students employee who served as executive director of ASI before being fired earlier this semester is asking for her job back.

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Making art outside

With no easel at his disposal, senior art major Rudy Castillo, right, uses a small tree to hold up his canvas on Wednesday.

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Central Valley pollution

Environmental issues directly affect the Central Valley in many ways and one class on campus has recognized them and even looked for solutions.

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’Dogs hit the court

Fresno State men’s basketball took on the Oregon State Beavers yesterday at the Save Mart Center, falling short 62-54

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Reasons to say thanks

Every Thanksgiving, TV shows feature holiday episodes, and more often than not, we will see a family sitting around the dinner table each taking turns saying what they are thankful for.

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Bringing home a victory

Fresno State right guard Andrew Jackson celebrated with fans after the 24-10 victory over San Jose State at Spartan Stadium on Friday night.

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New execs in office

A new president and executive vice president were instated by a majority vote at Wednesday’s ASI Senate meeting.

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Mason, Flores resign from office

ASI President Mackee M. Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores resigned from office Monday Oct. 6.

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Petition for impeachment

Several students have put together a petition for the impeachment of ASI President Mackee M. Mason and Executive Vice President Sandra Flores.

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Harassment lawsuit filed

Former ASI Executive Director Annie Tremp filed a lawsuit Friday claiming she was wrongfully terminated and discriminated against by some ASI executives.

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Official review under way

The university is examining financial documents to determine whether or not ASI President Mackee M. Mason misused student funds.

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Bulldog Card unveiled

The I.D. card that Fresno State students are used to got a major makeover this semester right down to its name.

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Soccer club faces many obstacles in first year

The Fresno State soccer club is doing everything it can to find a place for itself. The club started out in 2006 as a social club consisting of students who just enjoyed talking about soccer and watching games in The Bucket together.

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Victimology pioneer gets award

A Fresno State professor was awarded one of the highest honors in the field of criminology last Friday for his innovative contributions to help crime victims.

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Survey shows volunteering increase

Fresno State is looking to increase the number of community service hours performed each year by students, faculty and staff. President John D. Welty’s proposal to reach one million hours annually by 2011 is well on its way.

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Students reject IRA fee referendum

With 65 percent of students voting no on the IRA fee referendum, the issue will be passed along to the campus fee advisory committee for review. They will meet on Monday in a closed meeting to discuss the fee and pass along their recommendation to University President John D. Welty, who will make the final decision. Of the 1,371 students who voted in this year’s election, 1,189 voted on the IRA.

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My carbon footprint

This week is National Public Health Week. Did you know that? I didn’t. Not until I was sent to cover a presentation discussing the Valley’s climate change and what I could do about it. The turnout was embarrassing. I showed up late, because I had class, but other than that, there were six other people there. Does no one care about their health, or their future? Well, I came to find out that the Masters of Public Health Program was putting on the event, for the first time, and they only had a few weeks to prepare for the conference. But, e-mails were sent out to faculty and staff, none of which were there, and booths were set up on campus earlier in the day and received a much better turn out. Maybe people don’t want to sit through a lecture when it is not required, but seeing how the topic is so prominent in our everyday lives, I expected more from students.

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