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Coaching beyond the basics of rodeo riding

Fresno State alumnus Tony Branquinho is ecstatic to return to the university as the head coach for the Bulldoggers club rodeo team. “I bleed red and blue,” Branquinho said. “It’s just in my blood.” The 2001 liberal studies graduate, who ...

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Thousands run on campus to raise breast cancer awareness

Sandra Navarro usually runs for records and medals. On Saturday, however, Navarro was running for a different cause. The Fresno State junior joined thousands of people who gathered at Fresno State for the 17th annual Susan G. Komen Race for ...

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Education fair promotes higher education to Hispanic students of all ages

Thousands of Hispanic students and their families gathered at Fresno State Saturday for the inaugural on-campus Feria de Educación. The statewide fair is designed to promote higher education to K-12 students of the greater Central Valley area by providing information ...

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Education fair aims to increase latino student enrollment

La Feria de Educación, a statewide fair promoting higher education to Hispanic students, will be hosted at Fresno State for the first time Saturday. The community fair, which is held on several California State University campuses, aims to get parents ...

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Issue of sexual assault and domestic violence raised with event

Students may have seen statistics about sexual assault and domestic violence written in chalk on the sidewalks around campus as they walked to class. This was part of the “Take Back the Night” event that was held on Wednesday evening ...

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CSU faculty union holds strike authorization vote

The union representing faculty at Fresno State and the rest of the California State University system is in the middle of holding a nine-day vote to authorize a strike if salary negotiations fail. The bargaining process began in May when ...

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Parking survey results discussed at student senate meeting

The survey’s results on parking options and student willingness to pay higher fees for better parking conducted in September by the Associated Students Inc. were discussed at Wednesday’s meeting. The surveys were administered by senators, executives and student staff by ...

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Alcohol awareness raised with on-campus fest

National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week was recognized on campus Thursday night with the Wild West Awareness fest. Elizabeth Lopez, 25, coordinator of the event for the Student Health and Counseling Center (SHAC) said the event was all about promoting alcohol ...

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Speaker argues the war on drugs is a failure

Students filled the seats in the McLane Hall Room 121 to hear guest speaker Ethan Nadelmann talk about why we need to end the war on drugs. Nadelmann, the founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, argues that ...

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Alumnae featured in annual literary showcase

Two essays from Fresno State alumnae are getting national attention after being included in this year’s The Best American Essays publication. The publication is part of the Best American Series published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and showcases the best short ...

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Fresno State police grant brings electric motorcycles to campus

The Fresno State Police Department received a grant from the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District to purchase three electric motorcycles. The department made the decision to purchase motorcycles in the hopes to not only reduce carbon emissions, but ...

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Chemistry Club wins national award

The chemistry club at Fresno State received a ChemLuminary Award by the American Chemical Society, a national honor they’ve had their eye on for a while. The Fresno State Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society, more commonly referred ...

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Student Success Services Revamped at the Joyal Administration

After much preparation over the course of last year and the summer break, the Student Success Services at the Joyal Administration Building has been reformed. Changes, including moving the financial aid staff from the second floor to the north lobby, ...

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Universal design showcased at library

Universal Design Day, held last Friday at the Henry Madden Library, was organized to bring universal design and availability awareness to the Fresno State campus. Janice Brown, the director of the Services for Students with Disabilities department, said universal design ...

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Feeding student success by the pallet load

About 35 pallets of free food were delivered to Fresno State students Friday in the parking lot near Barstow and Cedar avenues. The Fresno State Student Cupboard partnered with Open Hands Pantry to organize the event. Jessica Medina, coordinator of ...

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Lecture focuses on artwork from Ottoman Armenians

The Armenian Studies program held the second in a series of lectures on Wednesday that focused on works of art by Ottoman Armenians up until the early 20th century. Dr. Ronald Marchese, a Fresno State alumnus and professor emeritus of ...

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Gender-neutral restroom

There are three gender-neutral restrooms on campus or gender-inclusive restrooms as Jessica Adams, coordinator of gender programs and services, calls them. The single stall restrooms are located on the first floor of the University Center, first floor of the Grosse ...

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Fresno State collaborates with Mexican university

Fresno State signed a collaboration agreement in September with the Chapingo Autonomous University, Mexico, that establishes the exchange of students, professors and research in the areas of agriculture and English. President Barack Obama and President Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico ...

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