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Dogs determined to lead the Mountain West

Post Game Review: The Fresno State Bulldogs hit the road to Reno this Saturday to play the Nevada Wolfpack and maintain their rank in the Mountain West Conference.

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Local Republicans take in wins, losses

As news of President Barrack Obama’s re-election was projected there were silence at the Republican watch party. But on a local scale, Republican Jim Patterson was elected to the State Assembly District 23. Click here for the full article.

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Valley Democrats unite on Election Night

It was a night of victory for democrats around the country, but for local elections, some decisions were yet to be finalized when the presidential election was called. Click here for the full article.

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A Colorful Commemoration [gallery]

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Bulldogs crush the Warriors 45-10

The Fresno State Bulldogs played the Hawaii Warriors crushing their opponent 45-10. This was the Bulldogs 200th game in Bulldog Stadium. We a big one at home the Bulldogs now prepare for an away game against the Nevada Wolfpack.

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Bulldogs Battle Sunbirds

The Fresno State Bulldogs beat the Fresno Pacific Sunbirds 77-68 during an exhibition game Friday night. Although the ‘Dogs pulled out a win, Coach Terry said they have a lot more work before they take on the Longhorns in Texas ...

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Bulldogs Cage Sunbirds 102-57

The Fresno State Women’s Basketball season unofficially began with an exhibition game against the Fresno Pacific Sunbirds on Tuesday night in the Save Mart Center. The Dogs will start non-conference play on November 9th against Stanford in Palo Alto.

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Welty: ‘The facts behind Proposition 30’

On the ballot this year, voters will decide whether to pass Proposition 30, the initiative that would raise the state sales tax and raise income taxes for the wealthy. If the proposition were rejected, Fresno State would face a series ...

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Women’s Soccer Tournament Benefits Student Scholarships

The Education and Leadership Foundation (ELF) hosted the Women’s Soccer Cup Sunday as a fundraiser for its scholarship program. The Foundation raised almost $1,000 to benefit the Community Leader Scholarship fund.

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Post Game Review: Dogs defeat New Mexico

The Fresno State Bulldogs defeated the New Mexico Lobos on the road last saturday making them bowl eligible. They now prepare for a home game against the Hawaii Warriors at their very own Bulldog Stadium.  

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Red White and Hoops Night

The Fresno State men’s and women’s basketball teams took the court in the Save Mart Center on Tuesday night. The Red Wave got its first opportunity to see the new faces of both Bulldog teams during practice drills, a scrimmage, ...

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Red & White Hoops Night [gallery]

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Gov. Jerry Brown searches for votes in Fresno [gallery]

After traveling to San Diego, Los Angeles and Bakersfield, Gov. Jerry Brown stopped in Fresno to discuss more on Proposition 30. Click here to read the full article.

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Students and Alumni in the Business World

Some current students have chosen to become entrepreneurs at a young age. Current and graduated students have dedicated their time on developing and managing their own business, but if they need help, the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship provides ...

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Press Conference: Dogs defeat Wyoming and prepare for New Mexico

The Fresno State Bulldogs defeated the Wyoming Cowboys 42-14 last Saturday. The Bulldogs hit the road this week to face the New Mexico Lobos in hopes to continue their stride. The game will be televised by Comcast Sports Network 12:30 ...

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Bulldogs Hogtie Cowboys 42-14

The Fresno State Bulldogs faced the Wyoming Cowboys on Saturday night. The Bulldogs started strong scoring three times in the first quarter. The game was a shutout until late in the third quarter when the Cowboys managed to score on ...

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Bulldogs Battle Rebels Tooth and Claw

The Bulldogs faced UNLV at the Save Mart Center in a game to determine first place in the Mountain West Conference on Friday night. The evenly matched teams traded punches during set four to either end the match or force ...

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iClickers Integrating Debates with Class Lessons

Starting in 2008 and continuing to this year’s presidential debates, sociology professor Matthew Jendian has been using iClickers during the debates. He does live polling and discussions at the debates using the devices, and he uses the results as part ...

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