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Library construction goes on, workers breathe smoky air

The first thing that came to mind when Ahmed Mshaka smelled the smoke last week was that someone’s house was burning. Fortunately it wasn’t a home, but the reality wasn’t much better.

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Poet comes to class

"Half the stuff he said, I didn
Poet Sam Hamill, known for his poetry against war, has spent the last couple of days at Fresno State, ending with a question-and-answer session on Sept. 11.

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Fun and Games – 09/10/07

Fun and games for Monday, September 10th, 2007.

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The Ten commands attention

The Ten is a movie that portrays people breaking the Ten Commandments. Meant to be a tongue-in-cheek, humorous take, co-writers/ producers Ken Marino and David Wain set out to write a “Midnight movie” that dared to make a spoof out of a usually serious topic.

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Fun and Games – 09/07/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, September 5th, 2007.

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First generation graduate stories

James Walton never expected to become a Ph.D. In fact, he never expected to be the first in his family to go to college.

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Dinner and ’Dogs

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Not even the heat could keep people away from tailgating on the grassy lots to the east and west of Bulldog Stadium in the hours before the game Saturday.

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What is CSU Summer Arts?

Andrew Gordon, a key animator with Pixar Animation Studios, taught an eager class this summer in July. Gordon is popular teacher, but he gave Fresno State preference for a special reason –– he is an alumnus of the CSU Summer Arts program.

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Fun and Games – 09/05/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, September 5th, 2007.

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Fun and Games – 08/31/07

Fun and games for Friday, August 31st.

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Women without restraint

Jill Fields, Ph.D., knows her undergarments. More specifically, she gives her historical and sociological take on women’s intimate apparel.

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No time to be a couch potato


Joseph Vasquez / The Collegian Last Thursday, dorm days meant 1,150 students moving into nine resident halls at University Courtyard for two days straight. To the courtyard staff, this meant the beginning of the school year crowds.

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Fun and Games – 08/29/07

Fun and games for Wednesday, August 29th.

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10 places

Picture this: It is your first day on campus. Hundreds of students are walking past you. They all look like they know where they are going. You are standing in front of a campus map, but while the map told ...

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10 things that went underway while you were soaking up rays

With an heiress in prison stealing more of the spotlight than the recent $5.8 million case involving former Fresno State volleyball coach Lindy Vivas, it could be easy to wonder who decides which story is more worthy of telling. Fortunately, ...

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Fun and Games – 08/27/07

Fun and games for Monday, August 27th.

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Head Rush rocks, with horns

Head Rush, which is made up of Fresno State students, recently reinvented their sound. “We’re more rock than ska. It’s like rock with horns. Well, we’re not really ska and we’re not really rock,�? band member Jeff LaRose said.
“How can we rock your face today?�? the headline on Fresno band Head Rush’s MySpace profile asks its fans and Web page viewers.

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Nabbing a first job

The sound of the real world beckons, calling from the horizon. With graduation two weeks away, now is the time many college seniors begin pondering about just where they want to go in life and what steps they need to ...

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