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8 Activities for October Festivities

The pumpkin spice lattes are out and the weather is cooling down (well, as much as it can for Fresno).  October is here! I’ve provided a list of activities to celebrate the autumnal season with friends. For Halloween Fright Fans: ...

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FTL: You are the Stormtrooper

FTL (Faster Than Light) is an addictive Roguelike spaceship game of cat and mouse. You are a federation spaceship that has information about the rebel flagship. This is a take off on Star Wars where you are like stormtroopers trying ...

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Safety struggles

Anyone who has lived near campus knows that Fresno State is a very active and busy place. The surrounding area is not only inhabited by college students, but also residential families, and community members of  El Dorado Park. This combination ...

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Papers Please: An Exercise in Futility

Do you want to feel depressed? Do you want to feel really good that you don’t live in a Soviet-Russia-Communist-like world? Do you want to become strangely attached to family members that never appear as anything other than a line ...

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So… Are You Going to Take the Ring to Mordor?

You know in The Lord of the Rings when everyone must decide who will take the one ring to fires of Mount Doom.  The power of the ring leads the men, the elves, and the dwarves to argue over who ...

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The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth Wonderfully Macabre

The Binding of Isaac is an addictive dungeon crawler with some of the most macabre themes and stories in video games. The story of Isaac is that your Mother goes crazy and tries to kill you. Isaac then jumps into ...

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IOPE Air Cushion XP Broad Spectrum foundation

  Cushion foundation – never heard of it? It’s a foundation that is soaked in a sponge and placed into a compact. It’s ready for on-the-go makeup uses as well as easy and fast to apply. I’ve been using IOPE ...

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Inspirational Moment of the Week: Emma Watson discusses university campus sexual assaults at U.N. General Assembly

On Tuesday, HeForShe activist Emma Watson addressed the U.N. General Assembly with a report on the campaign’s 10x10x10 IMPACT which encourages universities to balance the level of gender equality on its campuses. “We know that if you change students experiences ...

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The Seven Stages of Sorority Recruitment Emotions

Over the weekend, girls in heels and dresses went through five sorority houses in a speed dating fashion to find their new best friends in a very short 30 minutes. That’s right, sorority recruitment is upon us. What most people ...

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Mount & Blade: A Game You Should Play

Mount and Blade is a game of enormous potential fun. It doesn’t have great dialogue, the characters could be replaced with cardboard cutouts, and the graphics look as though it ran on the PS1, but that didn’t stop me from ...

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How Carly Rae Jepsen saved my summer

When you hear the name Carly Rae Jepsen, you typically think of a song that took over the radio waves during the summer of 2012. Whether you like it or not, you know every single word to “Call Me Maybe” ...

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Review: Laneige Brightening Sparkling Water Capsule Mist

  My skincare routine is pretty direct: every day in the shower, I’ll rinse my face with a gentle face wash and then post-shower I’ll spritz a little bit of diluted tea tree oil to keep my face fresh throughout ...

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5 Blast From the Past Movies for a Nostalgic Friday Night In

With another week of school coming to an end and the first set of exams right around the corner crawling under a blanket with a bowl of popcorn and a box of pizza makes for the perfect Friday night.  Why ...

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“Top Ten Signs You’re Not in High School Anymore”

As an official college student for over a year now, I realize that I’m in a completely new environment. From longer classes to smaller desk sizes getting accustomed to this change became a process. As the semesters starting flying by ...

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The Time Sink That is Sid Meier’s Civilization V

As a history buff who also loves video games, Civilization V is one of my favorite games ever. It is one of the games that I have put the most games into on Steam and that is also one of ...

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Dancing to Your Own Beat

By: Johnsen Del Rosario Picture yourself walking into a space and seeing college students having fun and dancing the night away. It seems normal, right? Now imagine that exact scenario, but without any music heard throughout the venue. That was the ...

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How dry shampoo saved my life

If you’re like me and you’re trying to balance school, two jobs, a boyfriend and a social life, washing hair can become a luxury. Luckily dry shampoo has become my new savior. In theory, washing your hair is a really ...

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The “Messy Stage”: Working Through Self-doubt

“I understand that this all seems very overwhelming.” My marketing professor motioned to the slide up on the projector.  “But it’s alright to feel a little overwhelmed at this point in the project.” And I did.  I felt very overwhelmed. ...

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