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Students speak of hair-raising experiences at Fresno State

From rumors of an unsolved murder of a student found across campus at Shakey’s Pizza, now known as Dog House Grill, to a professor guilty of killing a man with a chainsaw, there is no doubt Fresno State has links ...

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Book sale raises funds for Puerto Rico hurricane relief

Students and staff of the College of Social Sciences held a book sale last Friday to raise money for victims of Hurricane Maria, which left millions in Puerto Rico without food, water, electricity and shelter. Dr. Maritere López, associate professor ...

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Students hope to make a child’s day with a pack of crayons and a coloring book

Publication design students are holding a crayon drive to go along with hand-made coloring books for local children who are battling illnesses. The Crayon Drive started as a class assignment in Dr. Tamyra Pierce’s publication design course. Pierce is a ...

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Professor talks Kennedy assassination files

Any time government documents are declassified, it’s a fun day, said Fresno State history professor and scholar Dr. Lori Clune. Fifty-four years after John F. Kennedy was assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963, more than 2,800 files relating to the assassination ...

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ASI votes to sponsor future student webcast

A deal was reached on Oct. 18 after the Associated Students, Inc. Senate voted to fund the production of a future Fresno State student webcast. KFSR Station Manager Julie Logan, who is the lead faculty member behind the project, expressed ...

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Natural gas leak fixed, buildings will operate as usual

This story has been edited from its previous version to reflect latest information. An underground gas leak discovered near McLane Hall has been fixed, according to university officials. Vice President for Administration Debbie Adishian-Astone said Sunday night that the leak ...

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TALK students host workshop for local authors

When a group of local authors realized they knew “very little” about marketing, they turned to a Fresno State professor who might know a thing or two. The Sassy Scribes group reached out to Public Relations Professor Betsy Hays and ...

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When fire ripped through her community, she knew how to help

Amid loss and destruction caused by the recent North Bay wildfires, a Fresno State alumna is using the power of T-shirts art to aid relief efforts in and around her hometown of Redwood Valley. Kasandra Brooks said her family, being ...

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Take Back the Night: Sexual assault survivors gain courage

As the sun set over the Henry Madden Library Tuesday, male and female students huddled together, encircling the Free Speech Area. They were waiting for night to fall. Since the beginning of the semester, the Cross Cultural and Gender Center ...

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Students lead new USU efforts after previous campaign fails

A campaign promoting a new student center is underway at Fresno State, after a separate, but similar, campaign last semester failed. This semester, student leaders like Juan Guzman, member of the New Student Union Leadership Committee and graduate student, say ...

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Gibson Market’s Fall Festival attracts families

Local shoppers browsed the aisles of the Gibson Farm Market on Saturday admiring and tasting some of the freshest produce Fresno State students had to offer at the market’s Fall Festival.   The event featured family attractions such as a ...

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Why is writing important to Fresno State?

Whether a blogger, book writer, magazine or news writer, everyone is a writer. Last Friday, the Henry Madden Library hosted The National Day on Writing, a celebration that highlighted the importance of writing. The event was commemorated by the National ...

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#MeToo: Hollywood controversy highlights sexual assault

Sexual assault and harassment did not start, and likely will not end, in Hollywood. After allegations of decades of sexual assault by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein came to light by a New York Times article on Oct. 5, the hashtag ...

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Political reporter gives insight into Trump administration

It is too early to tell if the Donald Trump administration is a successful one, according to Washington Post reporter Robert Costa, who spoke at Fresno State on Monday as part of the President’s Lecture Series. The event was held ...

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New dean says ‘the library was a refuge’

Libraries have always been a part of Delritta Hornbuckle’s life, no matter where she has been. “My father picked cotton on the fields of east Texas in the summers before trying to go to school,” she said as she reflected ...

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How Fresno State is braced for danger – should it ever come

Carnage. Bodies strewn about. Indelible images broadcasted on countless news channels. Every week it seems there is another shooting story in America. Many instances of gun shootings happen on or near school campuses. We can recall the Sandy Hook massacre ...

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Since when is parking a game of bumper cars?

Dents, scratches and angry students – those are products of Fresno State’s parking lots. Lately, students have taken to Facebook to air their grievances over their experiences in the parking lots. The Fresno State Book Trade and Advice Facebook page ...

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Dorms are a home away from home

From Myanmar to Merced, students from all corners of the world call Fresno State their new home. They left a whole life back home when they began as college freshmen. And the transition from high school to college is not ...

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