Fall Fitness Festival

Left: Brittany Thibault, a Master
People of different fitness levels, ages and academic pursuits attended the Fall Fitness Festival on Tuesday.

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How happy are you at work?

After a car accident, Saramae Cutts was unsure if she would ever walk or talk again. Once she woke up from her 10-day coma, her lungs collapsed. This was in addition to the severe brain injury she suffered and the ...

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“Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath”

A national tour that has made its way to more than 50 other cities made its way to Fresno’s Radio Park, featuring a local’s film. “Divided We Fall: Americans in the Aftermath.” was shown at the Tamejavi Cultural Festival on Sept. 22. Many different stories of prejudice and fear are depicted in the film, based off of a Clovis resident’s Senior Thesis.

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Campus radio station showcases concerts

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With his stage name of Malcolm Sosa, in his worn plaid shirt and matted hair, he has the look of an artist that has been performing for over three years. Sosa describes his music as more folksy than the indie sound of Rademacher, the band he performs with.

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Fun and Games – 09/26/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, September 26th, 2007.

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Fun and Games – 09/24/07

Fun and games for Monday, September 24th, 2007.

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Sudoku “addicts” beware

After months of devotion, Larissa Maichrowicz finally finished the 300-page book she had mentally slaved over for hours a day. This book wasn’t filled with the words someone may typically find in the average novel or memoir.

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Student goes above and beyond

Between her classes and involvement in organizations, Jaime Flores is pressed for time.  But she makes time to mentor at Buddy Systems because the program helps kids "feel like they can accomplish something"
A bio-chemistry class. A physiology and anatomy class. Being on the leadership board for REDZONE. Mentoring an at-risk youth. To say Jaime Flores is busy these days would be an understatement.

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Fun and Games – 09/21/07

Fun and games for Friday, September 21st, 2007.

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Overcrowded English classes a problem for freshmen

With a record setting amount of freshman students, the Fresno State English department struggled to accommodate every student that needed to take freshman composition.

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Fun and Games – 09/19/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, September 19th, 2007.

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A form of expression or hate speech?

Dan Payne from the Fresno County Republican Committee and Julius Bailey, Ph.D., a professor in the Africana and American Indian Studies Program, argue for the censoring of hip-hop music.  "We need to clear the body count, ladies and gentlemen,
All eyes were on Mackee Mason as he stood before a microphone. An audience of about 200 people sat quietly behind him while five pairs of eyes stared back at him from behind a table. No, it wasn’t an audition for American Idol.

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‘Raises, Rights, Respect’

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“Higher Education’s 3 “R’s”: Raises, Rights, Respect,” read the black shirts of Shirley Staton and Ayesha Khan, employees under the California State University Employees Union.

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Fun and Games – 09/17/07

Fun and games for Monday, September 17th, 2007.

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Students disconnected?

Chris Souza probably has plenty of friends, but you wouldn’t know it by looking at his Facebook page. After all, the freshman English major just got started on the social networking phenomenon, which — according to itself — boasts more than 30 million active users.

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Fun and Games – 09/14/07

Fun and games for Friday, September 14th, 2007.

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A glimpse of ‘India’

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Elephant rides. Temples. Colorful saris. These were just some of the traditions that a group of Fresno State students, alumni and community members experienced on a study tour in northern India.

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Fun and Games – 09/12/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, September 12th, 2007.

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