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Free music: you get what you pay for

I like free music. Who doesn't? My unquenchable thirst for downloadable music -- legal or questionably legal -- took a strange turn when a friend turned me onto the archives of the United States military bands. The Air Force, Army, Navy and Marine Corps bands all have their own websites. As far as I could find, our friends in the Coast Guard were left out. Please correct me if I'm wrong. I've been looking for a copy of their song -- the catchiest of any branch -- to no avail.

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Stealing candy from the baby-faced

You’ve seen the bowls filled with self-serve candies. They frequent all sorts of offices and workplaces around the country. The Collegian has one.

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Welty honored for Educational Excellence

John Welty, president of California State University, Fresno, was awarded the 2007 Harold Haak Award for Educational Excellence. The award was presented at a Fresno Compact Business Education Awards luncheon in March. Welty was recognized for building partnerships with education ...

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Lot V parking notice

May 14th the north end of Lot V will be closed and the south end of Lot V will be opened for parking until May 21st. Beginning May 21st Parking Lot V will be totally closed. The closure of Lot ...

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Time to sell your books

The Kennel Bookstore is buying your used textbooks (and the ones you never opened all semester) starting Tuesday May 8. May 8 – May 11 used book buyback hours are 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.

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Graduation reminder

This is a reminder to students, faculty and staff planning graduation events: This year no events will be held in the Peace Garden or the areas adjacent to the library due to the library construction project. The steel construction work ...

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Changes to Lot K parking

As of Monday, April 16th Lot K will return as a staff only parking lot. Additional parking due to Lot V construction is...

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Parking update for week of April 16th

Traffic, parking information for April 16-22 Campus traffic may be impacted due events the week of April 16. Due to the following events being held at the Save Mart Center, the North lot will be closed for the entire week: ...

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Lot Q parking study

A traffic study to count the ingress/egress of vehicles in Lot Q (north of Barstow Ave.) will be conducted the week of March 26th. In order to do an accurate study the far west exit will be closed. Access to ...

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Lots B & K will open to students

As of Thursday, March 22, parking lots B and K became partially open to students. The lots, which were originally designated for staff and faculty use alone, will either be repainted or signs will be placed to accommodate some student ...

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Parking update

Tuesday, March 27, 2007 Chestnut Avenue between Shaw and Matoian avenues will be closed as road work on Chestnut progresses. Save Mart Center visitors who want to park in the East parking lot (east of Chestnut) still will be able ...

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More parking blues

Attention Students: Thursday, March 22nd, the southern part of Lot V (northwest corner of Woodrow and Shaw avenues, across from the Student Rec Center) will be closed as preliminary work begins on a photovoltaic parking structure project. Students are encouraged ...

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Upcoming career development events

CAMPUS WIDE INTERNSHIP and CAREER EXPO 2007 Sponsored by Career Services Tuesday, March 13 at the Save Mart Center * 12:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Network with over 150 organizations for jobs, internships and summer positions Check the web for ...

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Oscar Night

Is there a better chance to bag on celebrities than on Hollywood’s most bizarre and over touted night of the year? And where besides the Oscars can you find someone wearing half million-dollar shoes? While I do not profess to ...

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No parking

On Monday February 26, 2007 the Save Mart Center north lot will be closed to general parking due to an event that evening. Students who have class on the east side of campus are encouraged to use Maple Avenue to ...

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Ja’Vance dismissed. Why, and now what?

Sometimes a Fresno State Athletic Department press conference raises more questions than they are designed to answer. This was the case Monday evening on our campus. Ja’Vance Coleman, a starter for and integral part of the Fresno State men’s basketball ...

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Let the word be heard

Thursday is Art Hop night and Fresno State’s Master of Fine Arts program will team with the Fresno Poets’ Association to sponsor a poetry reading from Philip Levine. Levine is a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet who also happens to be one ...

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Add a class, drop a class.

According to the The Registrar’s Office: Tuesday, January 30, 2007 is the last day to add or drop a class without permission. ADDS: After Tuesday, January 30 all adds will have to be done with a permission number. The last ...

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