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Diablo III: Reapers of Souls Review

By Sam Desatoff Note: As of this writing, Reaper of Souls is only available for the PC version of Diablo III, not the console versions. Last year’s launch of “Diablo III” was very much a mixed bag. While the core ...

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Exhibition displays abuse awareness

By James Ramirez Special to The Collegian First 5 Fresno County, in partnership with the Fresno County Office of Education, Central Unified School District, Community Medical Centers and several other organizations, will host an exhibition aimed at spreading awareness about ...

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2014 TV Season Finale Schedule

  Summer TV will come faster than you can say, “Will must be alive!” The previous exclamation was for all you fellow “The Good Wife” fans out there. Although some might welcome with open arms the sun, swimming and the ...

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Opera Premiere on campus

By Matthew Criswell Collegian Staff The Fresno State Opera Theatre Program will be performing a new opera, “The Secret of Luca,” on Saturday and Sunday. Each semester, the Opera Theatre Program puts on a show and usually performs a classical ...

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Making The Beats

Fresno State Music Department faculty discuss Electronic Dance Music’s validity By Ryan Brisco Special To The Collegian Over the last three decades, with the constant improvement and development of audio technology, many contemporary musicians have turned to electronic tools as ...

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Serving up talent

Fresno restaurant and bar aims to serve good food and spotlight local artists’ talents By Tori West Starving Artists Bistro is the newest safe haven for local talent to express themselves in front of the community. The family-owned and operated bistro ...

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Superhero Spoiler Alert

Here’s an in-depth preview at 2014’s upcoming superhero films  Captain America: The Winter Soldier Ever since the year 2000, superheroes have dominated the big screen. Director Bryan Singer led the way with X-Men, which was soon followed by Director Sam ...

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‘The Great Gatsby’ Inspires

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Rooftop Yoga Motivates

Two of our own share their thoughts on Downtown Rooftop Yoga taught by Cole Judge By Jesse Franz  I was barely awake during my 6 a.m. drive down Highway 41 on my way to Fulton Mall, still cursing at my ...

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Local Boutique Knows Everything Vintage

By Roger Munoz From clothing to jewelry, Misc. Trading Co. hosted a Vintage Pop-Up shop event for vintage aficionados to find their favorite items on Saturday in front of the Warnors Theatre. Alvaro Romero, who started Misc. Trading Co. two ...

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H&M coming to Riverpark

By Nadia Pearl The stylish will rejoice come fall when H&M opens its doors in Riverpark, a sign of Fresno’s fashion market growth. Taking up the former Borders space, the 25,000-square-foot store will offer clothing and accessories for women, men ...

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Celebrating Friends Through Color

Indian Student Club celebrated Holi, a traditional Indian festival uses color powders to showcase forgiveness and friendship Fistfuls of colored powder were thrown all over students and participants to celebrate Holi at J.E. O’Neill Park on Sunday. Fresno State’s Indian ...

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‘Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze’ Review

By Sam Desatoff Score 9 out of 10   When Nintendo decided to revive the “Donkey Kong Country” franchise in 2010, developer Retro Studios approached the project with a keen eye for platforming. “Donkey Kong Country Returns” on the Wii ...

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’80s Night Hits The Bucket

’80s themed festivities were held at The Bucket Thursday night on campus The 1980s were a time of big hair, bright colors, manly action movies and “girls who just wanted to have fun.” Michael Jackson was at his prime and ...

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Between The Jazz

By Nadia Pearl Fresno State jazz musicians were given an intimate experience to play alongside professional saxophonist Mike DiRubbo on Thursday night in the Concert Hall. DiRubbo, a freelancing recording artist and composer from New York, performed as the guest ...

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‘Bad Words’ From Bateman

Actor Jason Bateman marks his directorial debut in his latest film, “Bad Words,” an edgy comedy starring Bateman as a raunchier character than his previous roles. The film centers on 40-year-old Guy Trilby, a man attempting to dominate The Golden ...

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Vocalist Holds Senior Recital

By Sam Desatoff Fresno State student Katherine Simmons held a vocal recital in the music department’s Wahlberg Recital Hall on Thursday night. Simmons, who plans on graduating summa cum laude in music, said the recital was “a culmination project featuring ...

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Running for Color and Charity

Central Valley residents, children and students ran  ‘The Graffiti Run’ that benefits local high school Newcomers and returning runners gathered in Woodward Park Sunday to participate in The Graffiti Run, a 5K run that drowns runners in various color powders ...

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