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Cutting hair for charity

Not all donators at the event felt the same about giving their hair.  While all were happy to give their hair to Locks of Love, the change was a big one, even to those who had donated before.  "It feels weird," 23-year-old Branda Place said about the experience, but added that she planned on giving again as soon as she could.  "It
“Are you ready?” Elsa Wolf asked, gripping the scissors firmly in her right hand. “I guess so,” Carly Blau replied with a nervous grin and both legs shaking.

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Grad wins Sci Fi Contest

Slowly close your eyes. Imagine that it has been a few years after you’ve graduated from Fresno State. Now, visualize that you’re doing exactly what you wanted to do. Imagine that you’re a teacher, a reporter or you own your own business. Open your eyes slowly and think about what you just saw.

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Fun and Games – 10/26/07

Fun and games for Friday, Oct. 26, 2007.

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Show me the movie!

It’s not that often that a film director and producer comes to Fresno State, but thanks to Cineculture Club, that’s now a possibility three times a month. Their most recent film, “Blossoms of Fire,” about a matriarchal society in the Oaxaca, Mexico that covered the relationship between males and females as well as the issue of homosexuality, sparked not only interest but also discussion – the goal of Cineculture Club.

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No need to run late to class

Priscilla Elizondo, a criminology major, was happy to catch a ride on her way to the Science II building on Tuesday evening.  It was her first time riding the Dog Run to class instead of walking.  She rode almost halfway across campus on one of the many routes that the Dog Run offers to all students.  Designated stops can be found outside several buildings on campus.  The Dog Run is free of charge.
Michael Picado was curious about the Dog Run. He had noticed the large white signs posted around Fresno State proclaiming “Catch the Dog Run Here” and spotted the bright red trams as they made their way around campus.

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New class takes a unique approach to studying the history of slavery

There is a new general education class at Fresno State that offers a different approach to a well-known issue.

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Fun and Games – 10/24/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007.

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Turning passive TV viewing off

As the end credits of “All In the Family” roll, a student discussion about Archie Bunker follows, leading to a deeper conversation about racism and stereotypes. Welcome to Mass Communication and Journalism 163, Radio and Television in Popular Culture.

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Fun and Games – 10/22/07

Fun and games for Monday, Oct. 22, 2007.

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Homecoming makes a splash


Fresno State students get ready for the big game their own way.

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Fun and Games – 10/19/07

Fun and games for Friday, Oct. 19, 2007.

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Fun and Games – 10/17/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2007.

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Make a Difference Day hits home

Make a Difference Day is a national day of service put on by USA Weekend magazine. It is known as America’s biggest day of volunteering, involving over three million people nationwide.

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YouTube to prevent posting of copyrighted video

Online video leader YouTube on Monday rolled out long-awaited technology to automatically remove copyrighted clips, hoping to placate movie and television studios fed up with the Web site’s persistent piracy problems.

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Go ‘Dogs!

Missed the first couple of days of the activities leading up to Fresno State's game against San Jose State? Not to worry, The Collegian will be running a Homecoming themed paper on Friday so you can read everything you missed.

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Lost Box of Rocks: A Lost Thesis


“Please help if you can! ... If you received a box of rocks and couldn’t believe we delivered them to you, please contact Robert Wright immediately.”

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Fun and Games – 10/15/07

Fun and games for Monday, Oct. 15, 2007.

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‘Hannah Montana’ ticket prices skyrocket

Forget The Police, Justin Timberlake or Bruce Springsteen. The undisputed hottest concert ticket of the year is for 14-year-old pop star Miley Cyrus, star of the Disney Channel’s “Hannah Montana” TV show.

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