Author Archives: Staff Reports

VIDEO: Campus Powwow

A Collegian Online exclusive video of the First Nations powwow on the campus of Fresno State. Video and editing by Bedor Alshatti.

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Winners of Gwen Stefani tickets announced

Gwen StefaniThe Collegian is pleased to announce that we are giving away tickets to Gwen Stefani’s April 24 concert at the Save Mart Center. Two Fresno State students will each receive a pair of tickets to Stefani’s Sweet Escape Tour.

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Virginia Tech shooter fired “in eerily silence�

BLACKSBURG, Va. (Associated Press) – The gunman suspected of carrying out the Virginia Tech massacre that left 33 people dead was identified Tuesday as a senior English major from South Korea. But police and university officials offered no clue to ...

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’Dogs ride to NCAAs

The Fresno State equestrian team is set to save a cowboy and ride some horses for the next three days, as it will be participating in the 2007 Varsity Equestrian National Championship show today through Friday. The Bulldogs have a ...

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From theatre to mechanical arts

By Stephanie Carter The Collegian When Dan Carrion leaves Fresno State after a full day of teaching, he heads home to continue working. Yet this work is different than grading papers and prepping class lessons. This work includes tools and ...

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Riding waves costs cash

By Danelle Brockett Collegian Staff Writer With spring just arriving and summer on its way, Fresno State students are starting to plan their vacation time. For the past eight summers, senior Sonny Botello and five of his friends have gone ...

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Endler, Richardson win gold

The Fresno State track and field team made the most of its trip to the 2007 Rafer Johnson/Jackie Joyner-Kersee Invitational at UCLA this weekend as Fresno State had two athletes win gold medals. Fresno State thrower Dave Endler won the ...

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’Dog Bites

The Fresno State softball team got a bit homer happy during its three-game sweep of New Mexico State over the weekend. During the three-game series, the Bulldogs clobbered nine home runs, including six during Fresno State’s 11-3 win in game ...

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The One-Finger Salute

Thumbs up to the 60th Anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier in major team sports in the United States. Thumbs up to the erratic weather we’ve had over the past week. Yes, it’s been a little rainy, maybe ...

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Bulldogs set date for soccer academy

Youngsters between the ages of 5 and 13 will have a chance to learn soccer skills from Fresno State’s women’s soccer team this summer. The team will hold five sessions between June and August under the direction of Head coach ...

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Diamond Dogs vs. Hawaii Rainbows

Whether as a result of a tough early-season schedule or just the fact they are finally playing better, the Fresno State Bulldogs have finally caught fire. The Bulldogs (21-18) have won eight of their last nine games and share of ...

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Siwy gets his first WAC Player of the Week prize

Thanks to a 2-0 week in singles and doubles, sophomore tennis player Rudolf Siwy took home the title of WAC Men’s Tennis Player of the Week. Siwy won his matches against San Diego and UC Santa Barbara, April 2-8. Siwy ...

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Letters to the Editor

Responsibility for impact of video games should be shared The media today is protected by the First Amendment, and people have the right to publish. Despite freedom of speech, popular mass media need to consider the outcome of various publications ...

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VIDEO: Bernard Kouchner

Videography by Logan Rapp

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Bulldogs ready to start fresh

Photos by Andrew Riggs / The Collegian
The end of spring break also marked the beginning of spring practice for the Fresno State football team.

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‘Dogs bites

Track and Field The Bulldogs tried new events at this weekend’s Cal State Stanislaus Invitational, bringing new players to the spotlight. Grace Wiesmann and Angie Larsen won the hammer throw and javelin, respectively. Wiesmann won by nearly eight meters, Larsen ...

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CFA, CSU tentatively end dispute

On April 3, the California State University System announced that the CSU and the California Faculty Association have reached a tentative ending to contract disputes that will not involve faculty strikes. The two parties agreed to negotiate after a fact-finding ...

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Former Collegian editors win photography award

The Collegian is proud to announce that former photo editors Andrew Riggs and Joseph Hollak have won a breaking news photography award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Riggs and Hollak won a Region 11 Mark of Excellence Award for ...

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