‘It’s attractive. It’s bright.’ It’s the Victoria’s Secret PINK bus

In Fresno, there are city buses, school buses, even tour buses. And briefly, there was a PINK bus. The Victoria’s Secret PINK bus visited Fresno State on Monday as part of its college campus tour. Students lined up all day ...

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Believe it! ‘Naruto’ run hits campus

Following the online trend of anime-inspired social events on college campuses, Fresno State experienced its first last week when many students leaned in, threw their arms behind them and went running off. Students gathered last Thursday in front of the ...

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Hustler Hollywood nearby is new place to explore sex

As the line of people grew longer and the sun set lower, passers-by looked to get a glimpse of a new attraction on one of the busiest avenues in Fresno. Hustler Hollywood was holding its grand opening on Saturday to ...

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Temporary tattoos provide friendship bonds

Many students stopped by a temporary tattoo parlor in the Baker Hall dormitory lobby last Friday to risk some ink in a way they wouldn’t regret the next morning. Students had a chance to pick guilt-free temporary tattoos and make ...

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Fresno Foodie: Le Parisien Cafe

What’s the hype? Le Parisien Cafe is a French style bakery that serves a variety of items that will give you a taste of France right here in the Central Valley. Le Parisien specializes in its pastries and baked desserts ...

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‘The Gifted’ is family friendly addition to ‘X-Men’ universe

As Fresno State students search for sources of entertainment outside of class, many may be wondering what sort of new TV will arrive this fall. One highly anticipated show that could be appearing on many viewers’ radar is FOX’s “The ...

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‘American Assassin’ is the action movie we’ve been searching for

Watch your six because “American Assassin” is an unconventional thrill ride with epic fight scenes, big guns, fast cars and shameless characters around every corner. The screenplay, inspired by the novel by Vince Flynn, ditches the typically formulated action plot ...

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‘Waria’ documents struggle with identity

Students got an inside look at the life of transgender Muslim students during the movie screening of “Tales of the Waria.” The film takes place in Indonesia, the largest Muslim country in the world, and focuses on the love lives ...

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Jazz and soul were the ‘terrain in which gender and race were contested’

By Christian Mattos and Hayley Salazar  During the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s, America went through progressive change. For black Americans partaking in the social activism, music was an outlet as well as a means of expression ...

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Adam Devine coming to campus, tickets on sale Friday

USU Productions has announced that the headliner for the inaugural “Homecoming Big Show” will be actor and comedian Adam Devine. Devine is known for his roles in “Pitch Perfect” and “Workaholics.” He will perform at the Save Mart Center on ...

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‘A Particle of Dread’ gives ‘Oedipus Rex’ an update

Tragedy has been a source of inspiration for artists since as early as 400 B.C., with works from Sophocles and other Greek tragedians, and it continues to be a source of inspiration to this day with “A Particle of Dread.” ...

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Kennel Bookstore now selling cosmetics, looking to expand

It happens to students all the time: rushing around the house, making sure every textbook and homework assignment is accounted for. But as soon as you step foot on campus, you realize something was left behind. If it’s a notebook, ...

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Poet and alumnus visits Fresno State

The first fall 2017 read for the Fresno Poets’ Association Reading Series kicked off last Friday, featuring poet and Fresno State alumnus Glover Davis. Davis, a professor of creative writing at San Diego State University, has written six poetry collections. ...

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The Seeds make a stop in Fresno. Where were the hipsters?

In the late ‘60s, The Seeds were likened to The Rolling Stones by Muddy Waters and had the attention of Iggy Pop. Now, self-proclaimed as one of the most “iconic American rock bands,” The Seeds performed at The Tower Theatre ...

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Famed ‘Filharmonic’ group brings a cappella skills to Fresno State

Beatboxing rhythms, smooth bass vocals and tenor harmonies filled the Satellite Student Union on Wednesday as students sang and danced – all with no instruments. The music was courtesy of the a cappella stylings from The Filharmonic, a Filipino-American singing ...

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Fresno Foodie: Ampersand Ice Cream

What’s the hype? Ampersand Ice Cream has been serving up handcrafted, small-batch ice cream year-round to the Central Valley for two years. Every ingredient Ampersand uses is locally-sourced, and makes for unique flavors like Lost Bread (Cajun French Toast), Enzo ...

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Bastille’s ‘Wild World’ album is perfect for our time

It’s a wild world out there, but luckily we have good music to make us feel better. That is exactly what British indie-pop band Bastille’s second album, “Wild World,” gives us. The album turned one year old Sept. 9 and, ...

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‘It’ humor ‘pales in comparison with the horror’

“It” does exactly what it was expected to do. It scares and it frightens. For many, it will induce nostalgia for the novel or original miniseries. However, for those new to the story, it may confuse. The film focuses on ...

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