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Bulldogs defeat Wolf Pack 81-49

In a battle for the top spot in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC), Fresno State won in a convincing fashion against the Nevada Wolf Pack, 81-49 – a game head coach Adrian Wiggins called the team’s most complete game of ...

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Ted Kennedy’s sexist agenda

Except that it isn’t. Some squeaky wheels over at the National Organization of Women don’t like the surviving Kennedy brother. My first reaction was to describe this as them getting their something-in-a-twist until I realized that such a comment would ...

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Fresno State joins in National Wear Red Day

Fresno State has decided to join the very first National Wear Red Day on Friday, Feb. 1, promoting awareness and prevention of coronary heart disease and stroke among women. “We will be accepting donations on behalf of the American Heart ...

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Crime on Campus: 1/30/08-1/24/08

1/30 – Bicycle found in free speech area in the bushes by the old pub. 1/29 – Driver cited for displaying false registration in Lot Q. – Report of vandalism to walls and doors of McLane Hall. – Vehicle burglary, ...

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Fresno State holds 5th anniversary for Columbia shuttle

Two local observances of the 5th anniversary of the Columbia shuttle accident are being planned for the Fresno State campus on Friday, Feb. 1.

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ASI and Fresno community hope to improve ‘Sin City’

El Dorado Park, more commonly known as “Sin City” to most Fresno State students, is finally getting the attention it needs.

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Students don’t witness Bulldogs’ last-minute loss

Monday night’s game against Boise State might have been one of the most exciting moments in recent Fresno State men’s basketball history. With just three seconds left in the fourth quarter of play, senior Kevin Bell hit one free throw ...

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‘Dog Bites

The Fresno State women’s basketball team lost 82-62 at Boise State on Monday at the Taco Bell Arena. The loss dropped the ‘Dogs record to 11-9 and 6-1 in the Western Athletic Conference (WAC). The loss also snapped their nine ...

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Master Plan meeting scheduled

Fresno State Master Plan EIR meeting set for Jan. 30, 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. A public open-comment meeting will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30, to discuss issues to be addressed in the environmental Impact Report for the California State University, Fresno Campus Master Plan.

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My Fresno State to be offline

The My Fresno State portal and Campus Events Calendar (aka Resource 25) will be offline for a critical maintenance update scheduled on Thursday, January 31, 2008, between the hours of 8PM and 10PM.

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My five-year pattern

Read this blog’s related story. While writing my story, I had to examine my relationship with tattoos, one which goes back about five years. The theme of tattoo addiction is one I’ve thought about a lot, one I’ve talked about ...

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Being part of the “Dream”

Read this blog’s related story. Exuberant faces filled the stands and cheers rang out at the Run for the Dream meet Monday at the Save Mart Center. The chaotic shouts of family and friends erupted as names were announced and ...

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Leaving tennis to the real athletes

Read this blog’s related article. I’m no sports nut, but I would say one of the most challenging sports I’ve attempted is tennis. I played it for a spell a few years back to fulfill my G.E. requirement, and while ...

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President Huckabee would end Wishy-Washington

Read this blog’s related story. My hugest pet peeve about politics has been the wavering back and forth of so many politicians. It frustrates me. It’s one thing for me, as a young student forming views and opinions to switch ...

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Way to go, ITS!

Read the story this blog comments on. I consider myself technologically challenged and reporting on the new wireless network really brought me up-to-speed on how wireless Internet connections work. To be honest, I have never really known or cared to ...

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Six crazy ways to waste time

Fish are no different than NFL players scoring a touchdown. They showboat for television. Well, NFL players showboat for television. The fish just showboat for other fish. But probably not for sharks. That’s just crazy. And weird. And awesome. This ...

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Crime on Campus 1/22/08 – 1/16/08

1/22/08 – A suspicious subject was reported on North Van Ness Avenue. No arrests were made. – A person was arrested at Birch Hall for violating a restraining order. The person also had a bench warrant and was under probation. ...

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Getting controversial: A reporter’s dilemma

Megan Bakker, who wrote The Collegian’s latest Stacy Johnson-Klein article, talks of the difficulties a reporter faces when covering a controversial subject.

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