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Arbor Place apartments catch fire, 22 people displaced near campus

Twenty-two people were displaced by a fast-moving blaze that heavily damaged two units at the Arbor Place apartment complex near Bulldog Stadium Friday afternoon. Fresno fire Battalion Chief Brad Driscoll said the department received calls around 2 p.m. reporting a ...

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New details accuse Fresno State president of forcing out athletic director in 2017

New details have emerged in a fight between Fresno State and its former athletic director. Jim Bartko, who resigned in 2017, said he didn’t leave the university by choice while Fresno State claims he did. New documents made public Thursday ...

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County all-star squad dominates in match against city all-stars

It took four sets for the county all-star volleyball team to defeat a city all-star squad 3-1 Tuesday night at Fresno State’s South Gym. The match was hosted for the 14th straight year by the Bulldogs men’s volleyball club, Redwave ...

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Former athletic director claims he was forced out last fall, Fresno State disagrees

Former Bulldogs Athletic Director Jim Bartko revealed on Wednesday he has filed a legal claim against the university because of what he characterized as “unlawful actions” against him in the last 10 months of his time at Fresno State and ...

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Fresno State Establishes Institute for Media and Public Trust

A new institute at Fresno State will examine media literacy and “fake news” and will develop new strategies to restore trust in media, according to Fresno State News. The Institute for Media and Public Trust was established by President Dr. ...

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Flames Damage Home West of Fresno State Campus

A house west of Fresno State was heavily damaged by fire early Monday evening. According to Fresno fire deputy chief Rich Cabral, the fire was reported shortly after 6 p.m. at the home in the northeast corner of Browning Avenue ...

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ASI President Demi Wack Promises ‘Change’ During Installment Ceremony

Incoming Associated Students, Inc. President Demi Wack and her fellow executive officers were officially sworn into office on Friday. The new members of the ASI senate were also sworn in during the annual ceremony held at the Satellite Student Union. ...

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Fresno State to Break Ground on ‘Executive Classrooms’ in University Business Center

Fresno State leaders announced they will be breaking ground on June 7 for two executive classrooms in the University Business Center largely funded by a private donation. The ceremony is due to begin at 9 a.m. on the lawn just north ...

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Barton Avenue into Fresno State will be closed until Aug.18, university says

Vehicle and pedestrian traffic to Barton Avenue at Fresno State will be closed until Aug. 18 for an improvement project, according to the university’s facilities management office. Associate Vice President of that office, Tinnah Medina said the Barton Avenue work ...

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Day one of Grizzly Fest was a success, don’t miss day two

Day one of Grizzly Fest served to further show that Fresno’s music and arts scene is growing, and people will show up to support it. My afternoon began with a shuttle to Woodward Park from Fresno State’s P20 parking lot. ...

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Five stories that shaped Fresno State this semester

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We never planned to work in a college newspaper. Here’s why we’re glad we did

By Razmik Cañas & Hayley Salazar Allow us to introduce ourselves, we’re Razmik and Hayley. If you’ve picked up The Collegian once or twice in the past two years you’ve probably seen our bylines. Or perhaps even pestering you on ...

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Here are your 2018 Undergraduate Deans’ Medalists

Elizabeth Barba, Kremen School of Education and Human Development Born in Mexico, Elizabeth Barba moved to the U.S. when she was only six months old. In eighth grade she began studying French and now is fluent in English, Spanish and ...

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Ana Alcantar’s spirit continues to bloom

Ana Alcantar’s light continues to shine. The Jan and Bud Richter Center for Community Engagement and Service-Learning is honoring the late Fresno State student through a sunflower pin. The pins were distributed at the Richter Center’s end of the year ...

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11th annual ‘Projects Day’ showcases student innovation

Fresno State engineering and construction management students as well as Sanger High School students gathered at the Satellite Student Union on Tuesday to show off more than 100 projects at the 11th annual Projects Day. The annual event highlighted the ...

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Fresno recharges water system with major project

Fresno’s major expansion of its water system, the Recharge Fresno project, is nearing completion. Recharge Fresno is an infrastructure project that will deliver treated surface water to more homes and businesses beginning the middle of this year. “Many of the ...

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Anthropology professors, students launch local ethnic food website

A website devoted to telling about Fresno’s ethnic food scene was unveiled during last weekend’s Southwest Anthropological Association conference in downtown Fresno. According to Dr. Dvera Saxton, a Fresno State anthropology professor, students “collaborated with a group of food entrepreneurs ...

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Fresno State is offering a new city and regional planning major. Here’s what it’s about

Have you ever wanted a career like Mark Brendanawicz from the TV show “Parks and Recreation?” Fresno State has a new major that can get you that – or something like it. A new bachelor of science degree in city ...

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