Author Archives: Thaddeus Miller

University lacks LGBT resources

Though homosexuality is nothing new, its visibility is. Officials agree that the lack of visibility of the homosexual community, among other things, translates to the lack of services for homosexual university students.

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Polarizing educator talks education

An elementary education theorist from the University of Illinois at Chicago, Bill Ayers, visited Fresno State Friday as a guest of one of the school’s clubs.

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Layoffs of 46 employees

In preparation of next year’s state budget, Fresno State’s president said the university will lay off 46 state, staff and management employees beginning July 1.

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UHS building back on schedule

Thirty days behind schedule when the semester kicked off, the new University High School (UHS) building is back on pace to reaching its September target date.

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E-reserves to make move

By August, the Henry Madden Library will no longer offer electronic reserves for faculty, according to library officials.

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Smears mar ASI election

As the elections began Tuesday, negative campaign fliers could be seen around campus.

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March to capitol planned

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is sponsoring a bus to take student activists Monday to a march to the state capitol.

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Senator resigns

An Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) senator resigned earlier this month, and said it was because ASI is too passive.

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Faculty underreport cheating

Fresno State instructors underreport incidents of cheating and plagiarism, according to university officials.

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Athletes must self-report cheating

Athletes caught cheating or plagiarizing do not often receive a heavy sentence for first-time offenses; repeat offenses, however, receive less leniency, according to university officials.

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Protest part of nationwide action

Students, educators, staff and community members took to the streets Thursday as part of a nationwide day of action, and ended with a sit-in.

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Statewide protests planned for March 4

Some students, faculty, staff and members of the community will be participating in a planned march and rally on Thursday.

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University reaches out to African-Americans

Fresno State joined in this month on Super Sunday for the first time.

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University mulls museum support

The university and a local museum are in talks to explore ways to further community support for the museum.

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Student wants apology

A student activist demanded a formal apology from the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President, during Wednesday’s meeting, for remarks she made in an opinion piece last year.

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Stimulus money to save courses

A one-time fund will salvage some classes for the fall 2010 semester.

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New board member has FLYP connection

A local community advisory committee added a new member to its ranks. Fresno State’s President John Welty appointed Stephen Sotomayor to the University Advisory Board last week.

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From farmworkers to students

One program on campus aids students from farmworking families as they become the first generation of university students.
Attending high school in Mendota, Calif., with a mother at work in the fields, Arcadia Nunez was behind in school.

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