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Fresno’s new Macy’s

The grand opening of Macy’s at River Park on Wednesday Oct. 28 was a tremendous success as customers swarmed the store with excitement.

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California cuts half a billion from CSU budget

If students haven’t already been impacted enough by the current economic recession, this year they will take another hit as a result of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s passing of a $584 million budget reduction for the 23-campus California State University system. This will directly impact the Fresno State campus as the school budget will be cut by $44.6 million for the 2009-10 fiscal year.

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ASI overturning decision unseats presumptive senators

With the overturning of seven candidates’ previous disqualifications, there are now six new members of the Associated Students Inc. (ASI) senate.

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Combining forces

What most sports fans in the Central Valley don’t know is that rugby, one of the worlds most gruesome and riveting sports, is being played not just overseas but locally through the Fresno Rugby Club.

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ASI execs talk about plans for the next academic year

The Collegian met with recently-elected ASI executives Jessica Sweeten and Lauren Johnson.

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10 candidates disqualified from 2009 ASI election

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is in the midst of controversy once again.

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One-on-one with the ’Dogs’ newest addition

It took the Bulldogs a fair amount of time to find a suitable replacement for Springthrope, but they seem to have found their man in Brian Zwaschka, former Cal Bears assistant coach.

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Seven students vie for ASI’s top elected office positions

Associated Student Inc. (ASI) elections are tomorrow, and after a year filled with controversy, students may hope to see a positive change in student government.

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ASI candidates campaign in teams

Numerous people campaigning for Associated Student Inc. (ASI) positions are now coming together and joining forces to develop platforms as groups.

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CSU system faces $50 million reduction

California State University, Fresno officials are awaiting the outcome of a May 19 meeting with the state Board of Trustees in order to finalize the 2009-10 school year budget.

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Volleyball nets national championship

A year after taking third at the National Campus Championship Series (NCCS), the Fresno State men’s volleyball team finally got some redemption, winning the 2009 national title in Kansas City.

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Gunshots rock fraternity house members

The Delta Sigma Phi House experienced a scare early Tuesday morning, when possible members of the Bulldog Gang shot at the fraternity.

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Former UHS teacher pleads not guilty

It has been nearly two months since the arrest of University High School teacher Jonathan McCoy Malcolm, who admitted to having sent inappropriate sexual text messages to students and having a sexual relationship with a former student.

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Club volleyball reaches No. 1

Despite being ranked as the No. 1 team in the nation, the Fresno State men’s volleyball team continues to be one of the most underrated programs on campus.

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A look at the structure of ASI

As the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) elections draw near for the 2009-10 school year, students might want an idea of just exactly what the organization does and how it works.

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ASI elections to take place on students’ computers

Election season will be a little different this year at California State University, Fresno, as students will now be voting electronically rather than on paper ballots.

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Student fees to go up 10 percent

Fresno State is being forced to make new plans in adjusting to the country’s economic crisis.

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As deadline approaches, few ASI applications have been submitted for ’09-’10

In the wake of a tumultuous year, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is struggling to fill its 19 vacant positions for the 2009-10 school year.

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