Advantage Egan: Living the dream

Most would not expect a 54-year-old woman to lead a college tennis team as anything other than a coach. However, Fresno State instructor Candace Egan is the No. 1 player for the Fresno City College women’s tennis team.

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Art by grad students on display

After many years of painstaking preparation, several art graduate students have begun showing their work at the Conley Art Gallery.

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‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ review: Yet another gritty fairy tale

For anyone who has ever wondered what a CG giant picking his nose looks like—boy, is this movie for you.

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Student ‘staches ‘Price’ prizes

Fresno State student Zechariah Freeman walked away a winner when he was asked to “come on down” in January and be a contestant on “The Price is Right.”

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Elevators pose problems for students with disabilities

Journalism student Matthew Jimenez, on occasion, struggles to reach the second floor of the McKee Fisk Building to get to his classes because of faulty handicap buttons and elevators that are not always in service.

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Richter Center offers volunteer opportunities

In 2012, Fresno State exceeded one million hours of community service for the third straight year.

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Oscar recap: ‘Argo’ wins big

The Academy may have robbed him of a Best Director nomination—and likely win—but Ben Affleck had the last laugh on Sunday night when “Argo” took home Best Picture.

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Arne Nixon Center hides a treasure of children’s books

The Arne Nixon Center, located on the third floor of the Henry Madden Library, is a hidden treasure where children’s books are preserved and stored for research and reference.

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Service-learning course prepares new teachers

In a classroom in McLane Hall, students surround another student plucking strings on a cello. These are not music students, nor are they in a class on music.

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Buddhism club sets out to enlighten students

The Buddhist Value Creation Society (BVCS) made its debut on campus in January. It focuses on Nichiren Buddhism while helping others achieve enlightenment.

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Professor’s book prepares students for career success

Fresno State public relations instructor Betsy Hays has co-authored a book designed to help college students fully utilize different opportunities in college beyond their coursework.

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Circle K lends Stockton a hand

Circle K International at Fresno State joined more than 300 other Circle K students around California last weekend at the city of Stockton to clean up trash and revitalize a local community farm.

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Fun and involvement during I <3 Fresno State week

For the first time, student organizations on campus have come together for I <3 Fresno State Week—the celebration of all things Fresno State.

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Fresno State wants students to see the world

The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges (SAIE) at Fresno State has stepped up its efforts to spread awareness of its study-abroad opportunities.

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One lecture to rule them all

Fans of J.R.R. Tolkien know about elves and, depending on how fanatic they are, may even be able to speak some of the language, but there was more to what influenced the creation of Middle-earth than the desire to create ...

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The Fresno State blood drive begins Tuesday

By Hayley Holland The Central California Blood Center will host an on-campus blood drive next Tuesday through Thursday at different locations around Fresno State. All donors will receive free rewards. The Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning is working ...

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‘Conversations’ with Peter Buffett

Tone down the “noise,” hike up the “signal!” – This simple analogy of life decisions was Peter Andrew Buffett’s message in his visit to Fresno last Saturday.

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COPS deliver bags of hope to Fresno’s homeless

Twenty-two students from the Council of President’s Scholars (COPS) at Fresno State were offered a new perspective on Jan. 29 when they packed up more than 300 hot dog lunches to give to the homeless in downtown Fresno.

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