The difference a week and Sean Spicer makes

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Cory Nelson ‘perfect fit’ as new Air Force ROTC wing commander

A Lompoc native and a Fresno State senior studying computer science, was overwhelmed with excitement and disbelief when he received the news he was being named cadet wing commander. Cadet Cory Nelson was named cadet wing commander during the Air ...

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Bartko says “speak up”: abuse turns into advocacy

Ever since Fresno State Athletic Director Jim Bartko told someone what happened during his childhood, a burden was lifted. Bartko revealed to the public in the middle of January that he was molested by a Catholic priest about 35 times ...

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University Testing Center undergoes changes

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro has announced to the campus community a new plan for the University Testing Center. The new plan  was announced to students through an email on Jan. 13, which stated the testing center will be ...

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MCJ students finalists in national broadcasting competition

What began as a dream has evolved into a reality for media, communications and journalism (MCJ) students Edmer Archila and Brittany Sosa – they’re finalists in the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Golden Microphone Awards competition. The Fresno State Focus participants were ...

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Fresno State student attends Women’s March in DC

Fresno State student Joey Gomez, 40, and Fresno State graduate Kristin Lacey, 24, happened to be at the same place, at the same time, doing the same thing – raising their voices. Both women alumna attended the Women’s March in ...

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Club fair hits campus

The University Student Union balcony breathed with energy as nearly 90 clubs and organizations signed up for the Student Clubs and Organizations Fair on Monday. Students were encouraged to find an interest group that fit them. A variety of organizations ...

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CLASSA gains booth outside USU

Among all the club and organization booths outside of the University Student Union is the very first Chicano and Latin American Studies Student Association (CLASSA) booth. “I’m super proud of it, and the rest of the club members love it, ...

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University offers on-campus resources for students with children

A Fresno State political science student will never forget seeing how happy her daughter is when she gets dropped off and picked up from Joyce M. Huggins Early Education Center. The center, located in the Kremen Education Building, provides education ...

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New positions added in the president’s office and ASI

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro formally introduced his first-ever presidential intern, Kendalyn Mack, at the Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) meeting last Wednesday.   Mack is currently studying public health and will be working alongside Castro on special projects. She ...

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Money over sanctuary: Fresno responds to Mayor Brand’s stance

Fresno Mayor Lee Brand announced Fresno will not be a sanctuary city for its undocumented immigrants, and the people are responding. Jan. 25 Brand said he does not plan to make Fresno a sanctuary city because there is a possibility ...

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Armenian ambassador visits Fresno State

It was an afternoon of remembrance and solidarity as Fresno State welcomed Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia, Grigor Hovahannissian, to campus Saturday. The ambassador was accompanied by Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro and honorary consul for the Republic ...

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El nuevo centro de las artes escénicas es mas probabilidad que posibilidad

Cuando propusieron el centro de las artes escénicas, en el State of the University address el martes, los oficiales del campus no sólo consideraron a los aproximadamente 2,000 estudiantes de las artes y humanidades sino por igual la totalidad del ...

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Inauguración del nuevo presidente inculca temor en los estudiantes

Escrito por Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado and Daniel Gligich La inauguración del cuadragésimo quinto presidente de los Estados Unidos el 20 de enero, provocó la manifestación de millones de personas, quienes llenaron las calles el día siguiente. Zacarías González, un estudiante de ...

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University performing arts center on the horizon

When proposing the performing arts center, at the State of the University address on Tuesday, campus officials did not only have the estimated 2,000 arts and humanities students in mind, but the Central Valley as a whole. An undisclosed number ...

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Tires slashed across from campus

On the morning of Jan. 24, approximately 36 cars had their tires slashed at North Park Apartments south of Shaw across from Fresno State. Many students and alumni of the university call the complex home, but they are now weary ...

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Students seek inspiration for a Bold New U

San Jose State University has an all new student union and Fresno State is hoping to lead by example and build a brand new student union – the Bold New Union. On Jan. 21, various members of Fresno State took ...

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Election spurs political awareness in classrooms

The 2016 election in the United States made a historic impact on the country, especially to those who examine it closely. Educators and students who study political science they knew from the start that this election would change things in ...

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