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Public Search Committee meeting to find new Fresno State President

The only public Search Committee meeting where students and community members voiced their opinion.  

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Fresno State Dairy produces Valentine’s Day ice cream flavors

Fresno State’s diary processing unit recognizes the Valentine season by producing two ice cream flavors inspired by the holiday. Raspberry Romance and Sinful Cinnamon can be found not far from campus at The Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market.

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F.R.E.A.K.S a fun safe environment on Friday nights

FREAKS, which stands for Finding Responsible and Entertaining Activities on Campus, is a fun safe way to spend your Friday nights playing board games.  

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Super Bowl at Swiggs

Football fans gathered at Swiggs to watch the San Francisco 49ers take on the Baltimore Ravens in Super Bowl XLVII.

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Recent agreement sparks viticulture and enology facilities update

A recent agreement between Fresno State Vineyards and industry professionals will soon provide a revamped infrastructure for the viniculture and enology department.  

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Fresno State alumnus receives Writers of the Future Award

Fresno State graduate Scott Barnes received the 28th annual Writers of the Future Award, a highly distinguished award founded by the L. Ron Hubbard Association.  

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Refund wins approval with students

In California during the 2012 November election, Proposition 30 passed with 55.3 percent of the vote. Proposition 30, titled a Sales and Income Tax Increase Initiative, was developed by Gov. Jerry Brown in an attempt to help California climb out ...

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Fresno State Legacy: Charles Gaines

The Legacy of former Fresno State professor Charles Gaines can still be found on campus today.Gaines talks about his years at Fresno State and the content and form class he implemented.  

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Students line up for parking passes

Some Fresno State students waited in line for more than an hour Wednesday to get their spring parking permits. Permits are $93 and available at the University Police Department or online.

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President Welty’s final faculty address

Fresno State president John Welty gives his final faculty address in lieu of his retirement, and also makes announcement of the search committee for his successor.

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A Modern Classic

Kim Askew, a Fresno State  graduate, credits her love of reading to her success in the writing industry. In her current project, she takes on Shakespeare’s classic works and rewrites them into teen novels.

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Fulton 55 brings entertainment options to students

Just 15 minutes away from the university is Fulton 55, a venue that brings local and national entertainment to downtown. With two bars and an intimate concert experience, it is an option for students to enjoy themselves in their spare ...

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New sustainable-themed art on campus

The Center for Creativity and the Arts invited world-renowned artist Patrick Dougherty to construct a piece representing The Center’s theme “Consumption and Sustainability.”

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Club’s focus is Alternative Energy

The Alternative Energy Club is finishing work on their Concentrated Solar Thermal System. When completed, the club expects it to generate enough energy to power a home A/C unit.

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All Fun and Games

Video game tournaments have been a recent spectacle at Fresno State.

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Creative Director gives a Creative Presentation

Creative Director of Digital Media from Adobe Systems Inc. Doug Beach gave a Skype presentation at Fresno State, hosted by the advertising organization Alpha Delta Sigma.

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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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