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Big Hat Days brings big fun to Clovis

The Table Mountain Casino Big Hat Days filled the streets of downtown Clovis with rides, crafts, food and music during the weekend. The sunny weather brought pleasant warmth to visitors at the festival as they indulged in unique foods and ...

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Going ‘Back to the Future’ with Vintage Days

Since 1974, Vintage Days has taken event planning and creativity to the next level. Throughout the years, it has become more student run while maintaining its ongoing mission to bring the community to Fresno State. “I think every year, since ...

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Exhibit brings awareness to history of Japanese prejudice

Graphics of barbed wire and “Executive Order 9066” decorate the elevators, display cases and Leon S. Peters Ellipse Gallery in the Henry Madden Library. This exhibition is part of the library’s “9066: Japanese American Voices from the Inside,” which includes ...

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An evening of elegance for the black community

President of Black Students United Diamond Morehead talks about Africana Culture Night. Black Students United  were even more united when they presented “Africana Culture Night: An Evening of Black Elegance” on Friday, Feb. 17. Educational Opportunity Program counselor Davion Baker ...

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A James Bond experience and a night off for students

Students will have their own James Bond adventure at the “Top Secret: Skyfall” dinner theater experience. On Feb. 16 at 6 p.m. USU Productions is hosting its fourth-annual dinner and theater event. The Satellite Student Union will be transformed to ...

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Junior ROTC Raider Challenge 2017

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Fresno State alumna and new artists debut at ArtHop

Crowds gathered inside the M Street Art Complex on Feb. 2 to meet the new members of Gallery 25: Iris Duarte, Judith Goulart, and Jeanette Goulart. The complex in downtown Fresno was open to the public during February’s first Thursday ...

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Celebrating Black History Month through poetry

Students showed off their talents in poetry, song and rap at Poetry Jam: An Open Mic in honor of Black History Month. The Cross Cultural and Gender Center hosted the event in the Henry Madden Library on Feb. 1. Performer ...

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Food justice meets Black Lives Matter

Think about your favorite food. Why is it so special? Are there memories attached to that meal? Is there a tradition associated with it that makes it so special? The Food Justice Series at Fresno State is taking a closer ...

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Internationally-known cellist performs on campus

  At the age of 22 Narek Hakhnazaryan is an Armenian cellist who has performed globally, won first prize in the cello division at the International Tchaikovsky Competition, a classical music event in Russia. Hakhnazaryan performed at the Fresno State ...

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Rock meets sci-fi at Fulton 55

  Cinematic rock band Starset took to Fulton 55’s stage on Jan. 29 and performed a high-energy sci-fi rock demonstration. The Ohio-based band comes with its own sci-fi backstory. It exists to push “The Message” of The Starset Society, an ...

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Fresno State’s library features display on human trafficking

  “Human trafficking is modern day slavery.” These words are displayed with a new human trafficking display in the Henry Madden Library. Raymond Pun, the Library Diversity Committee’s co-chair, said the exhibit was there to bring awareness on campus. “Fresno ...

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Native American art exhibit is ‘History in the making’

With President Donald Trump advancing approval of the Keystone XL and North Dakota Pipelines, creating discussion and awareness of the issue is imperative to many activists and artists including Merritt Johnson. Johnson held a lecture on campus Jan. 24 featuring ...

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Poetry Jam offers cultural insight

 A Poetry Jam which focused on Native American speakers attracted 40 people on Wednesday. Nwachaukwu Oputa, student coordinator for the center, said she helped bring the event back to encourage students to interact with other cultures. “I think this a ...

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Jokes for Votes: comedy tour encourages voting by inducing laughs

Jokes for Votes is a stand-up comedy show that has toured around California’s college campuses to encourage students to vote. Around 300 people attended Jokes for Votes in the Student Satellite Union on Thursday night. Each event features four stand-up ...

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The real scream of the crop

Hobb’s Grove succeeded at bringing horror films to life and placing me in the midst of several creepy situations. The Central Valley haunt offers three main attractions: a haunted house, haunted forest and haunted hayride priced around $30 for all ...

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Titus comes to Tower

Writer, actor and stand-up comedian Christopher Titus is coming back to Fresno this weekend for his seventh special “Born with a Defect.” His new show discusses his personal life but also invites debate on issues most comedians dare not tackle ...

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‘No Mas Bebes’ teaches Fresno State students about reproductive justice.

In the late 1960s and early 1970s Latina immigrants sued Los Angeles County doctors after they were sterilized without knowledge of the procedure. These sterilizations were performed while the women gave birth at USC Medical Center. This story became a ...

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