Author Archives: Nayirah Dosu

Wayfinders Program provides students opportunity to get ahead

The Wayfinders Program at Fresno State provides students with intellectual disabilities an opportunity to develop the skills necessary to live independently through a college experience. Prior to 2011, when the program was established, there were not many avenues for students ...

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Somalian Presidential candidate talks refuge and redemption

Fadumo Dayib, the first woman to run for president of Somalia, spoke Monday at Fresno State about how her past and “the four deaths of a Somalian woman” have shaped her campaign. “A Somali woman actually dies four times in ...

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Library open late during finals week

Fresno State students will have an extra hour to cram for finals at Henry Madden Library. From April 27 to May 13, the library will be open from 7:45 a.m. to midnight between Monday and Thursday. Operating hours will remain ...

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Hip-Hop research project features MC Kool Moe Dee

Kool Moe Dee, the first rapper to ever win and perform at the Grammys, spoke Wednesday night at the Henry Madden Library on his role in the beginnings of hip-hop. “I’m your past and your future, in your present,” he ...

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Equestrian: ‘Dogs ride high in first spring match

Fresno State’s equestrian team began its spring season with a scrimmage and competition Saturday afternoon at the Student Horse Center.

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Fresno food trucks bring flavor to Downtown experience

Just as the sun begins to settle overhead, a mixed aroma of food brings passersby to the Northeast end of the Fulton Mall, where every Thursday afternoon local food trucks gather for CArtHop. “I smelled food,” said June Goree, a ...

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