Ultimate Frisbee

Fresno State club tosses disc to national tournament berth Chris Maloney and Andrew Fiala are avid Frisbee throwers. And that’s not a bad thing. Last semester, both decided to put together a Fresno State Ultimate Frisbee Club. Much to their ...

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Puzzle solutions 3-12-07

Puzzle solutions for Monday, March 12, 2007

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Punching away midterm stress

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Brittany Johnson, a dietetics major, gets a workout and a little midterm stress relief Thursday during a kickboxing class in the South Gym.

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Comics and Puzzles 3-9-07

Comics and Puzzle Solutions for Friday, March 9, 2007.

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Fresno State has Rogue spirit

Fresno State communication major Marc Gonzalez (left) and Fresno City College theatre major Michael Antonio Torralva (right) act out a scene from “Sould,� a play by Fresno State MFA student Anthony Bonds, at the Rogue Festival. The play is part of the festival’s lineup this Saturday at The Spectrum Gallery.
The spirit of the sixth annual Rogue Performance Festival 2007 is alive at Fresno State. The writing students in the Master of Fine Arts program at Fresno State are participants in the Rogue Festival, which continues Thursday through March 10 in the Tower District.

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Rogue musical act aids Darfur

Fresno State’s Dr. Benjamin Boone will serve up some “hot jazz� at this year’s Rogue Festival, along with Grammy award-winning drummer Steve Mitchell. This is Boone’s very first Rogue Festival performance in the seven years he has been with Fresno ...

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Driving “Paradox Road”

Fresno State alumnus’ self-produced movie lands in top nine in SciFi Channel’s viewer-voted “Exposure Film Contest” America’s best undiscovered movie directing talent might just be a Fresno State alumnus. Last year, the Sci Fi Channel, in collaboration with the Sundance ...

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Club busts out spades to beautify campus

With the environment becoming a hot topic everywhere in the world, Fresno State’s Ornamental Horticulture Club is taking a stand against the misuse of water on the CSUF campus. The club’s adviser, Dr. John Bushoven, suggested to the club members ...

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Tower dances to Rogue beat

Tanjora Tribal Bellydance performs Sunday at the Rogue Festival.  The group is one of about 100 performers heating up the Tower District next weekend.
The city of Fresno kicked off one of its fastest growing traditions this weekend as the Rogue Performance Festival 2007 opened in downtown Fresno and the Tower District.

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Fashion blooms

Tired of wearing that same chunky sweater, the one that looked so up-to-the-minute in November, but now is covered in fuzz balls? What about those clunky knee-high boots? They felt great those first cold weeks of winter, but wouldn’t a ...

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Grab a cup of coffee with culture

Pratik Sharda is a finance major from New Delhi, India. He is in his second semester at Fresno State and he is the student coordinator for the International Coffee Hour. International Coffee Hour is a program that has been running ...

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Comics and Puzzles 3-5-07

Comics and Puzzle Solutions 3-5-07

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Greedy family grabs center stage

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The story of the Hubbard family is one of corruption, greed, immorality and relationships. The play “The Little Foxes�? features the tale of siblings Regina, Ben and Oscar Hubbard and has become one of the great classics of American theatre.

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Scrumming to play at World Cup

California may be one of the hotspots of American rugby, but few are even aware that Fresno State has its own rugby club. Yet, many students would probably make good rugby players, according to Fresno Rugby Football Club member Collin ...

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Campus mysteries, part 3

Part three: The Collegian braves the Science building’s “dungeon” Toward the back of the old Science building, just beyond the main lobby’s study area is an unmarked, unlocked door. The door leads down three sets of winding stairs to another ...

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Campus team bowls for knowledge

Winning money on shows like “Jeopardy!,” “Win Ben Stein’s Money” and “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” has been a mini-career for Fresno State alumnus Ron Trigueiro. Before he started basking in the game show limelight, he was a member ...

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Stories to inspire first-time college students

When Christina Leimer began her career at Fresno State in the Institutional Research, Assessment and Planning Department a year and a half ago, she did not know anyone she was working with. As she started to introduce herself to her ...

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Campus mysteries, part 2

Part two: The Collegian delves into the history of the observation deck jutting from McLane Hall’s roof Juan Hernandez parks his bicycle outside the D wing of the McLane Hall building every Wednesday. As a civil engineering student, Hernandez, 22, ...

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