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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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Designs begin for Victor E.’s stage

Victor E. Bulldog III strutted his paws during a meet and greet Tuesday morning. Participants in the “Victor E. Bulldog III Design Challenge” met the live mascot to better understand the requirements of the stage they are volunteering to design. ...

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It may be fall, but this greenery doesn’t change

There is a place on campus where students can get their fix on student-produced plants and produce. It’s the Fresno State Horticulture Nursery. The nursery is part of Fresno State’s 1,011-acre farm. It produces house and landscape plants, trimmed flowers ...

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Debate team scores second place at tournament

Fresno State’s Barking Bulldogs Debate Team gave a strong performance at the Golden Gates Debate tournament at San Francisco State University, said Tom Boroujeni, director of debate at Fresno State. Barking Bulldogs team member Primavera Martinez and Hunter Sansom advanced ...

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Here are nine ways you can stay safe at Fresno State

In light of the Las Vegas mass shooting on Oct. 1, Fresno State released a video on social media with nine safety tips from Fresno State Police Chief David Huerta. “You’re in charge of your own safety,” Huerta said. From ...

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ASI suspends all negotiations with The Fresno Bee

The Associated Students, Inc. student senate on Wednesday voted unanimously to suspend all negotiations with The Fresno Bee. The senate voted against the latest potential deal with The Fresno Bee after reviewing the proposal that would have contracted ASI to ...

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Las Vegas shooting victim remembered at Gandhi event

In show of love, more than 100 people honored Kelsey Meadows, the former Fresno State student who became a victim of the Las Vegas mass shooting on Oct.1. The crowd gathered at the Peace Garden for the 27th annual Mahatma ...

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Attorney says former student’s life ‘is ruined’

The Fresno attorney who represented former Fresno State student and TimeOut mascot Deandre Jean-Pierre said “there is no way” his client was rightfully convicted of sexual battery. Jean-Pierre was found guilty in Fresno County Superior Court on Aug. 25 of ...

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Contract extension could mean more pay for faculty

California State University faculty might be receiving a salary boost within the next few years. The California Faculty Association’s (CFA) bargaining team and board of directors voted unanimously on Sept. 25 for a tentative agreement with California State University management ...

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You can build a stage for Victor E.

Victor E. Bulldog III will be getting his very own student-made stage – a first for a live mascot at Fresno State. Since his debut at the university, Victor E. has made more than 600 appearances, said Matt Schulz, director ...

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Fresno State gets moving

For many college students, maintaining a healthy lifestyle may seem like a burden on time and finances, but Fresno State is trying to change that mindset with its “Healthy Campus Week” campaign, held last week. The weeklong campaign exposed students ...

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Social sciences students meet their ASI senator and learn about resources

The Fresno State College of Social Sciences hosted the Social Science Quad Kickoff on Thursday to introduce new students to the Associated Students Inc. and clubs within the college. The event, hosted by Edgar Bolaños, ASI senator for the College ...

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