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University’s diversity recognized with weeklong event

Fresno State is recognizing diversity on campus by holding the second annual Cross Cultural Celebration Week, a weeklong event celebrating different cultures that make up the campus community. Geraldine Panelo Elizondo, assistant director for student involvement at Fresno State, along ...

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Real Men Sing Festival inspires 700 young men

More than 700 young men came to sing together for the 14th annual Real Men Sing Festival on Thursday and Friday at Fresno State. Around 300 middle school students from the Clovis and Fresno area opened the event.  It began ...

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41st Annual ClovisFest soars above the horizon

From cotton candy and hot dogs to carnival rides and hot air balloons, the 41st annual Clovis Fest took place over the weekend in Old Town Clovis. Community members and visitors flocked to the event for free entertainment and family ...

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Students celebrate heritage month

Hispanic Heritage Month kicked off on Wednesday with Bienvenida at the Cesar Chavez monument in the Peace Garden, celebrating Mexican Independence Day. Bienvenida, presented by the Latino Faculty and Staff Association with the help of many student organizations, served as ...

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A classy Taco Bell affair

Let’s be real: We aren’t all eating steaks and lobster every day. But what happens when you want to drink wine every day? What do you eat with your wine? Are you feeling like Taco Bell today? Don’t let that ...

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100 Years of Dangerous Women exhibit

For the first time at Fresno State, there is an exhibit – The 100 Years of Dangerous Women – that recognizes a number of women such as Jane Addams and local clay artist Margaret Hudson who, throughout history, have made ...

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Still life in ceramics

Five Bay Area artists came together for a Still Life in Ceramics presentation at the Conley Art Building on Thursday. Monica Van de Dool was one of the artists whose work is on display through Sept. 17. Her work consists ...

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Club sports aims to impassion students

Students wanting to compete in athletic events against teams across the nation have a chance to do so thanks to Fresno State club sports. Eddie Dominguez, the club sports coordinator, said the main goal is to help connect students on ...

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YARTS simplifies travel to Yosemite

Travelers to Yosemite National Park now have an easier way to reach the park. Yosemite Area Regional Transportation System (YARTS) began a new route from Fresno to Yosemite National Park in May. “We contracted this project with the Fresno Council ...

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Jokes tested at weekly comedy show

Veteran comedians and up-and-comers take the stage Monday nights to test their comedic material at Groggs Traditional Irish Pub’s comedy show. Blake Haydon, who started the comedy nights a year and a half ago, said they not only provide entertainment ...

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Local pub supports English Premier League

Peeve’s Public House in downtown Fresno is the official host of every soccer match of the Arsenal Football Club. Craig Scharton opened Peeve’s almost two years and has been showing the matches since the beginning.  Scharton decided to make Peeve’s ...

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All things Greek celebrated

The Fresno Greek Fest celebrated its 55th year this past weekend with loads of food and drinks, dancing, and water slides. The festival started out as a one-night event five years ago and has since become a three-day celebration at ...

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What’s going on around town this weekend?

The Fresno area is buzzing with things to from hanging out in the Tower District to eating locally grown fruit at the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market.  All it takes is a quick Internet search to see what will be ...

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‘College Hacks’: hacked to pieces

As college students, we are always trying to simplify our lives. We look for life hacks and shortcuts everywhere we can. One place you do not have to look is in webmaster Keith Bradford’s new book “College Hacks.” Bradford compiled ...

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Bay Area-based CREAM opens near Fresno State

Bay Area-based ice cream chain CREAM celebrated the grand opening of its Fresno outpost near Fresno State on Saturday by offering free ice cream sandwiches from noon to midnight. Lines for the free sandwiches stretched around the Bulldog Plaza shopping ...

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Comedian Bill Burr heads to Downtown Fresno on Tuesday

Bill Burr brings his socially-blunt and sometimes offensive comedy to the Warnors Theatre on Tuesday night, but remember, it’s only offensive if you don’t know or understand the context of his humor. Burr has been touted by many in the ...

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Artists shine with senior art show

Fresno State’s Conley Art Gallery hosted their last art exhibit of the semester showcasing graduating students of the art department for the Young Masters 2015 Senior Art Show, hosted by the Art Gallery Techniques class at Fresno State. A plethora ...

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The Brew Review: ‘Lucky Buddha Beer’ satisfies the belly

Sometimes you feel like having a hoppy IPA,  other times you want a dark, malty stout. But a lot of people just want to drink a more casual beer like Coors or Budweiser. If you’d like to buy a beer ...

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