’39 Steps’ and Counting

By Matthew Criswell A play based off the 1935 Alfred Hitchcock thriller, “The 39 Steps,” has been produced by the Good Company Players in the Tower District. The play was adapted in 2005 by Patrick Barlow and turned into a ...

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Asian Culture Awareness Begins

Amerasia Week brings diverse Asian cultural events on campus The 43rd annual Amerasia Week at Fresno State will teach and inform people about the diverse Asian cultures on campus through dances, songs and performances from March 6-10. In 1970, Professor ...

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Wind Orchestra Ready for Tour

Student orchestra holds concerts on campus before touring across the state By Sam Desatoff On Thursday, the Fresno State Wind Orchestra will perform in the Concert Hall in the Music Building on campus. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. ...

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A day of family, a night of fun

Rowdy patrons filled the bars drinking local brews. Families packed the cafes eating lunch. Kids were in awe of street performers, and people of all ages set out chairs and picnic mats to reserve their spots. The Tower District was ...

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Reviving Chinatown

Chinese New Year Parade reminds many of the efforts needed to renew Chinatown Fresno’s Chinatown celebrated the 2014 Year of the Horse with the 14th annual Fresno Chinese New Year Parade on Saturday. Fresno State President Joseph Castro was present ...

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Going Rogue

A sneak peak of Rogue Festival featuring a variety of acts kicked off Thursday night By Roger Munoz The Tower Theater had a two-hour teaser for this year’s Rogue Performing Festival Thursday night. The annual festival, which began in 2002, ...

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Behind The Mask

Students enjoy ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ themed festivities  USU Productions held “The Phantom’s Night” a dinner theater experience black-tie event at the Student Satellite Union on campus Thursday night. Da’shalyn Francis a junior majoring in speech language pathology is ...

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Student Orchestra is Spotlight Ready

By Sam Desatoff The Fresno State Symphony Orchestra will present the “Spotlight on Our Students” concert Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Concert Hall at the Fresno State Music Building. “The Spotlight on Our Students concert is the annual concert…[that] ...

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Punjabi Sikh films raise awareness

The Punjabi Sikh Awareness Society co-hosted film screenings with nonprofit Ensaaf to promote awareness By David Lee The Punjabi Sikh Awareness Society (PSAS) hosted a screening of the documentaries “The Last Killing” and “Seeking Ensaaf” on Tuesday night at the ...

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A ‘Stolen Education’

Film screening dissects past Mexican-American racial inequity in Texas public school system By Tori West  A documentary detailing a filmmaker’s personal journey to rediscover the plight of Mexican-American children’s menial schooling will be shown on Wednesday night. “Stolen Education” was ...

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‘Orpheus’ Plays To Charm

The 36th season of the Orpheus concert series opened with guest artists Musica Viva The 36th season of the Orpheus concert series opened Sunday evening with the string quartet Musica Viva, captivating an audience of all ages in Fresno State’s ...

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Historic Bank Robbery Comes To Life

Clovis Dry Creek Museum reenacts 90-year-old bank heist By Roger Munoz Two notorious criminals—Felix “The Lone Wolf” Sloper and Thomas “The Owl” Griffin robbed the Clovis First State Bank on Feb. 5, 1924. For the past 10 years, the Clovis Dry ...

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Michael Fosberg is ‘Incognito’

With themes of diversity in mind, actor Michael Fosberg engaged audiences in events across campus Thursday, telling his unusual story of racial identity and emphasizing the idea that one’s being is never stagnant. Part of African Peoples’ History Month, Fosberg ...

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Kernels of Pop Culture

Hollywood Casting News The new reboot of the Marvel Comic series “The Fantastic Four” includes some surprising cast choices. Miles Teller, Michael B. Jordan, Kate Mara and Jamie Bell are being tapped to play the iconic roles of Reed Richards ...

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Weekend Wonders

By Matthew Jimenez Where to go, what to see and what to do Strummer’s Lineup AC Slater is known as the king of heavy bass house music in the U.S. AC Slater started in 1999. His DJ career took off ...

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A Night at the Theatre

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Fashion

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Trends and Threads

Fresno State students talk about their own fashion and campus styles  Here are several students’ views on their own attire and what articles of clothing they prefer to wear over anything else. Brendan Ganji Sophomore Brendan Ganji tends to stick ...

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