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‘Passion Play’ gives a historical twist to politics

The Fresno State University Theatre this month is presenting “Passion Play: Part 1 & 2” on campus at the John Wright Theatre. This “behind-the-scenes play within a play” is written by playwright Sarah Ruhl and is being directed by professor ...

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Art Gallery displays student work

The 2016 Student Art Show is underway at the Phebe Conley Art Gallery, displaying this semester’s best pieces done by students. Chris Lopez, a gallery technician who was in charge of organizing the annual event said the show is not ...

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Former student impacts community through volunteering

A former Fresno State student is helping bring change to the community by the simple philosophy of lending a helping hand to those in need. Justin Kamimoto grew up with a supportive family that always instilled in him morals to ...

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New USU referendum makes it to spring ballot

UPDATE: A previous version of this story stated that the cost for a new USU would come from raising tuition. However, the cost would actually be in the form of an added student fee which is different from tuition. Last week, the ...

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App aims to prevent texting and driving

A former Fresno State student and his team have created an app that is tackling an issue affecting students every day. Connor Myers is the co-founder and CEO of Spacebar Technologies, Inc., a local company in which one of its ...

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Music, faith and charity brings Fresno together at Winter Jam

The Save Mart Center was filled with families from across the Central Valley Saturday night for the annual Winter Jam Tour as it made its stop in Fresno. Winter Jam, which has been around for decades, is a cross-country tour ...

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Republican Party maintains hold on House and Senate

The Republican Party held on to their party majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate on election night. The GOP will continue their six-year streak under the direction of reelected House Speaker Paul Ryan. “The fact that we ...

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ASI aims for larger Amtrak student discount

Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. approved a resolution Thursday in support of discounts for students purchasing Amtrak tickets. The resolution was brought forth by Region V of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges which represents the Central Valley. Currently ...

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Twitter announces Vine will be clipped

Last week, Twitter announced it will be discontinuing its looping video app, Vine. Vine has created job opportunities and made internet celebrities out of average people since its release in 2013 but has had a recent decline in popularity. Fresno ...

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“Top Ten Signs You’re Not in High School Anymore”

As an official college student for over a year now, I realize that I’m in a completely new environment. From longer classes to smaller desk sizes getting accustomed to this change became a process. As the semesters starting flying by ...

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Expanding student opportunities with a new facility

Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology will start the school year with a state-of-the-art research facility on campus. This September, the college will open up the new facility that will be home to graduate research, handling various issues pertaining ...

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2016 Olympics Celebrates Diversity

Over 200 countries came together these past two weeks in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the 31st Summer Olympic Games. Rio became the spotlight city of the summer by hosting the world famous event in a country filled with history ...

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