“Speed-the-Plow� aims to please

Fresno State students Christine Andrews, Daniel Moore and Elliott Montgomery star in the Experimental Theatre Company’s performance of “Speed-the-Plow.� The ETC play is a student-run production, directed by theatre arts student Brandon Lindner. The play marks Lindner’s directorial debut.
Love versus loyalty. Art versus business. The best friend versus the girl.

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VIDEO: KFSR

Videography by Andrew Riggs

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Peace Corps offers challenges, rewards

Stumbling out of bed only to fight the surrounding mosquito net is enough to make most people want to crawl back under the covers. Not Julia Clawson, a Fresno State graduate who dealt with pesky mosquitoes, bucket baths and daily ...

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From theatre to mechanical arts

By Stephanie Carter The Collegian When Dan Carrion leaves Fresno State after a full day of teaching, he heads home to continue working. Yet this work is different than grading papers and prepping class lessons. This work includes tools and ...

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Donning the chef’s hat

Juan Villa / The Collegian From working on product development in the lab, to the labeling, packaging and marketing of a product, the new culinology program at Fresno State is helping students find the key ingredients to opening their minds ...

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Riding waves costs cash

By Danelle Brockett Collegian Staff Writer With spring just arriving and summer on its way, Fresno State students are starting to plan their vacation time. For the past eight summers, senior Sonny Botello and five of his friends have gone ...

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Powwow celebrates spring

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The American Indian Center of Central California, Fresno State, the School of Education and Human Development and First Nations, a Fresno State club, held a powwow on Sunday at Fresno State to welcome spring.

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VIDEO: Carol Channing charms Fresno State

Carol Channing, the “first lady of musical comedy,� visited Fresno State Friday as part of her tour of CSU campuses. Channing and her husband are establishing a theatre scholarship at each.

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Author to speak about finding “La Vida Rica�

“If students are looking for an example of the perfect role model, they need not look any further than Yrma Rico,� Luz Gonzalez, dean of the College Social Sciences, said in a statement to The Collegian. Yrma Rico, the author ...

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Kirby wants his shortcake

One day, cute little Kirby was having a picnic with his favorite snack, strawberry shortcake. Suddenly, the cake vanished. That’s where the latest game in Nintendo’s Kirby series starts. “Kirby Squeak Squad� for Nintendo DS is an enjoyable and adorable ...

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Strutting the catwalk for peace


Camouflage, peace signs and anti-war images will adorn the models at the Runway Peace Project fashion show April 14 as students groups challenge militarism in today’s society.

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“Perfect Stranger� lacks thrills

In “Perfect Stranger,� a gutsy New York journalist, Rowena, sets out to solve the murder of Grace, her childhood friend. With the help of her computer expert friend, Miles, played by Giovanni Ribisi, she uses the anonymity of the Internet ...

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Takes two to carry

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Recreation Administration professor John Crossley lugs his accoutrements across the quad with help from Major Yang, a recreation administration student assistant.

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Squad brings the Bulldogs spirit

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Very few college programs last all year long, but one dedicated team that endures nearly an entire year of practices and appearances is the Fresno State Spirit Squad.

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Caring for the farm’s foals


While most Fresno State students are asleep, the students enrolled in Animal Science 151 take turns staying awake all night on “foal watch� at the quarter horse unit on campus.

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Dance troupe’s energizing “Escape”

Standing behind the curtain, Yosef Mahmood feels his body start to tense and his stomach start to churn. He steps onto the stage and the nerves disappear as the energy from the audience takes over. Mahmood is performing in “Escape,” ...

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Jazz in the spotlight at KFSR

Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Ray Charles and Dave Brubeck are just a sampling of the many musicians jazzing up local airwaves everyday on Fresno State’s radio station, KFSR 90.7. KFSR has been a fixture of the FM dial since 1982 ...

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Fun and Games – 3/28/07

Puzzle solutions and comics for Wednesday, March 28, 2007.

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