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Tricks, treats and trends; fun costume ideas for all and safety tips for little ghouls

By Veronique Werz Special to The Collegian   Halloween is “creeping” up on us with exciting costume ideas for all ages. Steve Curtis, assistant manager at the Spirit Halloween store on Shaw and West avenues in Fresno, said since the ...

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CCA brings artists to Fresno

By Matthew Jimenez The Collegian   Fresno New Music, in collaboration with the Center for Creativity and the Arts, will bring composer and Stanford University associate professor Mark Applebaum to Fresno State to perform for students and the community beginning ...

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Spirit squad keeps it real

By: Noelle Chaney Special to The Collegian   They have the best seats in the house at every Fresno State football game, but these ladies have earned their spots on the field. Nearly two dozen incredibly spirited and highly devoted ...

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USA BMX hosts Olympians in Woodward Park

“He’s got the horsepower to beat this thing all the way back home!” a commentator yelled over the loud speaker as a posse of bikers exploded out of the gate and zoomed around the berm of a dusty track. The ...

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Circus Vargas casts its spell

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, step right up to the magical and mysterious world of “Magikaria!” Circus Vargas greeted audiences with magic, illusions and death-defying feats as performers debuted “Magikaria, A Fantastical Magical Experience!” Thursday night under a bright ...

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‘Frank’s Place’ brings the music

  By Taleesha Jenkins Special to The Collegian   Nightclub in Downtown Fresno has old-school look and local music that runs the gamut There’s a place in Fresno where those interested in music can go and see local performers rock ...

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‘Return of Silent Movies to Warnors Theatre’

Monthly silent-film screenings move to bring historic Warnors Theatre back to life With the rise of “talkies,” movies with words and sound, in the late 1920s, the Warnors Theatre in Fresno had only two years after opening to screen the ...

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‘The Big Fresno Fair’ comes to town

Filling the 165-acre lot it calls home, The Big Fresno Fair isn’t just big. From new vendors to fair-food cult classics, a variety of live entertainment and a new “Discover the Dinosaurs” display complete with 7-foot-tall animatronic dinosaurs, deputy manager ...

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Bulldog Marching Band: More than music

  To say that the Bulldog Marching Band at Fresno State is just a college marching band or that it is all just friends is an insult. They are a family, said Katie Ardizzone, a sign language interpreting major from ...

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Run/walk raises suicide awareness

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy—but when that loss is propelled by suicide, the grieving process can be much more complicated, said Leann Gouveia, executive director of Fresno Survivors of Suicide Loss. In order to ...

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Fashion forward: fall trends at Fresno State

By Veronique Werz: Special to The Collegian     Leggings, boots and sweaters, oh my! As the weather cools down, Fresno State students are getting ready to rock some of fall’s biggest trends. Mandeep Kloy, president of Fashion Inc., an ...

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Funny Facebook, Twitter and YouTube Videos: Professional or faux pas?

  By Daniel Salas: Special to The Collegian   With the proliferation of video sharing sites in the past few years, such as the popular social media site Twitter, some are asking where to draw the line between appropriate and ...

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Distinguished pianists come to Fresno

Fresno State’s music department brings internationally-renowned classical pianists to perform in the department each year through a special concert series. The “Philip Lorenz Memorial Keyboard Concerts” began its 42nd season yesterday at Fresno State’s concert hall. Pianists Leon Fleisher and ...

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Collegian Club Series: religious clubs talk friends, fellowship and the pursuit of happiness

Fresno State’s diverse student body is represented by 18 religious organizations, a number of which provide students with friends, fellowship, and the pursuit of happiness. CATHOLIC STUDENT ASSOCIATION, CSA Lilliana Toste, vice president of Fresno State’s Catholic Student Association, said ...

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Runners get ‘Wascally’ for good cause

For a foster child, the thought of turning 18 years old can be scary. As the dawn of adulthood approaches, most foster children are not ready to make their way into the world on their own—but, often times, that doesn’t ...

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Conference inspires women to ‘take action’ in life

  By Esra Hashem The Collegian “Gathering with women is as nurturing a thing as I’ve ever known to do,” actress and mother Helen Hunt said Tuesday at the 26th annual Central California Women’s Conference in Fresno. “Many of us, ...

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Collegian Club Series: recreational clubs

From the paintball to gun club, a handful of recreational clubs are waiting for Fresno State students to jump on the bandwagon and join. With school at the beginning of a new semester, clubs are embarking on their first meet ...

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“The Price Is Right Live!” coming to Fresno

  By Dana Amireh   The William Saroyan Theatre in Fresno will host “The Price Is Right Live!” on Wednesday Sept. 18 at 7:30 p.m. with Emmy-Award winning television host Todd Newton, who is known for his work on “E! ...

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