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Fresno State women’s rugby club ranked No. 1 in the nation

The Fresno State women’s rugby club is ranked No. 1 in the nation for Division 2 collegiate sports, according to a news release from the university. The team is scheduled to compete in the National Competition Friday and Saturday in ...

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Fresno State students deliver coloring books, crayons to Valley Children’s Hospital

Students from a publication design class in the media, communications and journalism department delivered crayon boxes and coloring books to the young patients at Valley Children’s Hospital. The students delivered the crayons and books along with MCJ professor Dr. Tamyra ...

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Fresno State is hosting two forums to discuss recent controversy

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro said Monday that the university is hosting two forums this week so he and the community can discuss the recent controversy that has overtaken the campus. Nearly two weeks ago, English professor Randa Jarrar ...

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Crime Buzz on April 30, 2018

April 22, 2018 Peeking in bathroom hole reported at Maple Mall Fake ID reported at Maple Mall Liquor sale to minor reported at Maple Mall Fake ID reported at Maple Mall April 23, 2018 Fake currency reported at Maple Mall ...

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Crime Buzz on April 23, 2018

April 16, 2018 Burglary reported in Parking Lot P27 April 17, 2018 Battery with serious injury reported off campus April 18, 2018 Driver with suspended license reported off campus April 20, 2018 Minor with marijuana reported off campus Vandalism reported ...

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Crime Buzz on April 16, 2018

April 3, 2018 Sexual battery reported in the Student Health Center April 2, 2018 Person under the influence reported at Plant Operations March 18, 2018 Battery on a person reports at the Save Mart Center and at Maya Cinemas Source: ...

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When you’re the only black student in the class

By Serenity Kelly There have been a few semesters where in more than one of my classes, I was the only black student. Sometimes, it felt awkward – especially when topics like slavery, Black Lives Matter or civil rights would ...

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Africana Studies could be integral to other studies

By Deja Wright As of fall 2017, only 2.9 percent of the population on campus identified as African-American, according to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness at Fresno State. Among the small population, there are students who say African-American studies are ...

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The new rules of golf

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Letter to the Editor: What happened to Fresno? The solution to poverty starts locally

By John A. Jensen, founder FixTheNation.com @fixthenation I was born in Fresno, went to California State University, Fresno and moved to New York. And 25 years later, I am writing a book about poverty in America. And stunningly, Fresno is ...

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Funny how the differences work, right?

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The scariest monster of them all

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Letter to the editor: In defense of vote

By Sebastian Wenthe, ASI Senator of Clubs and Organizations Last week, Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. student senate unanimously voted to suspend negotiations with The Fresno Bee. I’m writing this article in response to The Collegian’s opinion piece entitled “ASI ...

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Letter to the editor: New Student Union – for the students, by the students

By Yadira Valenzuela Last year, the “Bold New U” referendum failed. It did not fail for a “plethora” of reasons as a few voices have implied, it failed for two main reasons: lack of student involvement and misinformation regarding the project. ...

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Letter to the editor: Trump and the NFL

By Alex Vavoulis, Professor Emeritus at CSU Fresno It’s a shame that President Trump missed a good opportunity in the imbroglio that has occurred with the black players in the NFL kneeling on one knee for the playing of the national anthem. Perhaps no ...

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Letter to the editor: We Deserve Better, We Deserve a New Student Union

By Juan Guzman We deserve a new building that will ignite campus pride and allow students to feel creative and comfortable on our campus. A new facility with more study space, meeting spaces, food options, napping areas, lounge space, computer ...

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Letter to the editor: The ‘New USU’ and why your voice matters

By Jennifer Vang As a student who originally voted “No” to last year’s “Bold New U” campaign, I can understand why there is a bit of frustration as to why there is a “New Student Union” campaign for this school ...

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Physical therapy ranked 8th in nation

By Matt Criswell The physical therapy program at Fresno State was recently ranked No. 8 nationally and No. 1 in California by GraduatePrograms.com. From September 2012 to September 2013, GraduatePrograms.com collected data to rank the best physical therapy programs in ...

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