Deep Breath: In your relationship, take time for yourself

Deep Breath Episode 1: In honor of the recent Valentine’s Day, our first episode focuses on practicing self-care in a relationship. Romantic holidays aside, we wanted to offer our listeners a little advice about communicating your needs, taking time for ...

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Badvice: Alone this Valentine’s Day? Celebrate ‘Brolentine’s Day’

*If your audio is double speed at one section, please re-download the episode. This week, Badvice gives out some unexpected #realtalk about breakups, Airbnbs and fart etiquette. We also rebranded Valentine’s Day to BROLENTINE’S DAY. To all you bros of ...

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Badvice: Is there a winner in Mixed Martial Sex?

On the first official episode of Badvice, Ram, Samantha and Marco tackle difficult questions such as: What do I do with an annoying classmates? How long should I open a door first? How do I introduce BDSM to my partner? ...

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Between the Lines: Fresno through the eyes of one artist

Penguins in tuxedos. Vintage jeans. Self-published comics. The Fresno Fair. Laika, the Soviet space dog. Penguins in tuxedos. Vintage jeans. Self-published comics. The Fresno Fair. Laika, the Soviet space dog. These subjects are not unrelated; they are all parts of “Bookends,” ...

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Badvice: Is it OK to ask GoFundMe to pay for your AirPods?

NOTE: This podcast episode includes language and imagery that some listeners may find explicit. Wife won’t buy you an Apple Watch? Don’t know how many baths you need? Are hats proper restaurant attire? Listen to Ram, Samantha and Marco answer ...

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PHOTOS: 2nd Annual Women’s March Fresno

Participants of the second annual Fresno Women’s March walk down Blackstone Avenue near Riverpark on Saturday Jan. 20, 2017 (Photos by: Benjamin Cruz)

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Campus rallies for drug awareness

Fresno State students and community members braved cold temperatures Saturday morning to raise awareness about drug abuse and addiction. The Drug Awareness Walk, hosted by Associated Students Inc. (ASI), began at the Free Speech Area, where participants gathered to hear ...

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‘There still is a fight for justice.’ MLK remembered on anniversary week

A Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration took place on Jan. 18th in the Peace Garden at Fresno State. The event featured speakers and performers and ended with the garlanding of the MLK statue.

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They shared the same stage, now he wants a statue to honor him

After his friend and fellow performer died this month, Jamaal Bethea hopes to keep his legacy alive. Earlier this month, Fresno State sophomore Omar Nemeth died from an apparent drug overdose after spending the night at the Delta Sigma Phi ...

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PHOTOS: Fresno State gets back in session on first day of 2018

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He is the backbone of university communications. After 30 years, he is retiring

Many have read his writing for Fresno State News, have seen him at countless campus events and may have recently read about his induction as a Hall of Fame fellow to the media, communications and journalism department in November. Tomorrow, ...

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Students can now do hands-on research at new forensics lab

Criminology students are getting hands-on experience with a new lab in their department. Fresno State students and faculty in the criminology department were used to consulting with professors at their offices or in general classrooms. But this semester, the new ...

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PHOTOS: ‘Christmas in Mexico’ fills Student Union with Mexican culture and holiday spirit

Dancers take the stage in the Satellite Student Union for the 30th annual Christmas in Mexico Folklorico Show, Dec. 2, 2017. (Benjamin Cruz/The Collegian)

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PHOTOS: Students express gratitude

Fall is upon us. The trees on campus are turning a bright gold and a crisp wind fills the air. The line at Starbucks grows for warm beverages and final papers make their usual appearance. And with the change in ...

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PHOTOS: Colorful event celebrates Fresno State’s ‘global citizens’

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Fresno State celebrates diversity at the International Student Night in the Satellite Student Union on Nov. 19, 2017. The event was a showcase of different performing arts and fashion from cultures around the world. Photos ...

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PHOTOS: Students take to the street to demand immigration reform

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Fresno State social work students organize a march that includes other students and members of the community in Reedley on Nov. 18, 2017. The march consisted of about 50 people including children. Photos by: Daniel ...

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PHOTOS: Wrestling returns to Fresno State after 11 years

Fresno State wrestlers return to the mat against Illinois after missing out on 10 seasons. The final score 33-10 in favor of Illinois. Photos By: Benjamin Cruz

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Ramirez knocks out Reed in second round

Fresno State alumnus Jose Ramirez defended his WBC Continental Americas title in grand fashion Saturday night with a second-round knockout of Michael Reed in the Fight for Water 7 at the Save Mart Center. Ramirez came out of the gates ...

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