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How will you be celebrating Halloween this year?

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Fun and Games – 10/31/01

Fun and games for Wednesday, Oct. 31, 2007.

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Thanksgiving recess

The academic calendar in the 2007-2008 General Catalog lists Wednesday, November 21st through Friday, November 23rd as Thanksgiving Recess. This year’s fall academic calendar consistent with the past several years includes the day before and after Thanksgiving as a non-instructional ...

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‘Dog Bites

Both men’s and women’s cross country teams attended the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Championships in Logan, Utah on Saturday, and will attend regionals on Nov. 10.

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Fun and Games – 10/29/07

Fun and games for Monday, Oct. 29, 2007.

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The One-Finger Salute

Thumbs up to the members of Fresno State’s Army ROTC program who have offered assistance to evacuees of the recent fires in Southern California. We’re proud to see these Bulldogs’ quick and helpful response.

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Workers, students should leave their costumes hanging at home

As Halloween quickly approaches, the editorial staff of The Collegian would like to make a small request of students and faculty: leave your costumes at home. Don’t get us wrong — The Collegian editorial staff does not consist of a handful of killjoys, jaded and bitter toward the candy-corniest holiday of the year. Many of us have been and will be participating in various Halloween-related activities.

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Game goers can aid SoCal fire relief

Football fans will have more than one way to show their support today when the Bulldogs face off against Boise State. They can donate food and other items to the Southern California Wildfire Relief Effort to help families who have been devastated by the raging wildfires.

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Fun and Games – 10/26/07

Fun and games for Friday, Oct. 26, 2007.

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WEB-SPE@K: How are you dealing with midterms?

As we enter the 10th week of the semester, The Collegian is wondering: How are you dealing with midterms and the proverbial mid-semester slump? Be sure to read the print edition of next Friday’s issue of The Collegian for featured ...

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Game-day traffic and parking

To accommodate traffic and parking for Friday’s football game at 6 p.m., Barstow Avenue will become a one-way, westbound street between Willow and Cedar avenues beginning at 3 p.m. Friday. Drivers leaving parking lots on the north side of campus ...

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Welty in Washington, D.C.

California State University, Fresno President John D. Welty participated today in an international forum in Washington, D.C., intended to foster educational exchanges between the United States and China. Welty was among 20 university presidents (10 from each country) at a ...

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California fire donation drive

The Fresno-Madera Chapter of the American Red Cross has planned a major donation drive for Thursday, October 25th and volunteers are desperately needed.

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Fun and Games – 10/24/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007.

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Campus Republican, Democratic clubs vary in strength

“If young voters had decided the election, John Kerry would have been elected in a landslide with 375 electoral votes,” claims the Web site for the College Democrats, referring to the 2004 presidential election. But Morgan Lucas, the vice president of the Southern California branch of the College Democrats, said that most college students aren’t registered and don’t vote.

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Campus speak

Do you consider yourself politically active? What issues are most important to you? What issues do you think students should be most concerned with?

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Chestnut Avenue construction update

Demolition at Matoian Way and Bulldog Lane started today and will be complete by Wednesday, October 24th. If you have questions or concerns, please call Debbie Astone at 278-0800.

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Clinton’s rally at Fresno High School a smart campaign move

Hillary Clinton’s appearance today at a campaign rally at Fresno High School marks the first major step a Democratic contender has made toward trying to rally support from the Central Valley.

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