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Kremen to host summit of students, faculty and staff

As the economic crisis and continuing budget cuts continue to impact Fresno State, the Kremen School of Education is banding together and taking initiative to solve its problems.

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‘I wish I could get more’

It has become a disturbing trend with college students to acquire pills like Codeine, Vicodin and Xanax “just to be glued to the couch,” a Fresno State student said.

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ASI rejects proposal to rejoin CSSA

After months of deliberation and several deferred votes, the Associated Students Inc. (ASI) senate voted 11-1-3 to not join the California State Student Association (CSSA) this year, and to reconsider joining the organization at the end of the Fall 2009 semester.

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Obama plan to reward states for students’ performance

President Barack Obama on Tuesday laid out his vision for changes to the education system, which includes a controversial plan to hike pay for high-performing teachers and money for states that raise student standards, track student progress and cut the drop-out rate.

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Positive growth

California celebrates Arbor Day this week. While strolling to class, you can enjoy the beauty, clean air and shade provided by the thousands of trees planted throughout campus.

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Conference tackles health care, birth control

Latinas Empowered for Action (LEA) made its way to Fresno State on Friday, March 6, to spread the word of their cause.

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Switching out

A row of photos hangs over the main desk as if watching over the office. Each bears an inscription: Senator of the Kremen School of Education; Senator of the Craig School of Business.

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Sigma Nu claims fifth consecutive Kids Day victory

Although overall Kids Day sales were down this year, Fresno State’s sales were up by more than $4,000. The campus organizations that sold the most were fraternities.

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Prop 8 public protestors get heated outside of San Francisco courtroom

The first gay couple to be married at San Francisco City Hall after the state Supreme Court legalized same-sex unions in California last year, they came to see if their marriage would still stand in the eyes of the court — or whether voters have successfully declared it invalid.

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Campus life

Engineering students including Ethan Benett, 22, participated in a display of Rube Goldberg machines on Thursday outside of the Engineering East building.

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Fresno ‘Extreme Makeover’ to air Sunday

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ABC's "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" built a new home for the Riojas family in Fresno in January. The episode will air Sunday, March 8 at 5 p.m. on ABC. Read more about this story, or watch a slideshow chronicling the construction of the house.

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Doing it for the kids

Fresno State students woke up before dawn, gathered on street corners and sold newspapers Tuesday morning in an effort to raise money for Children’s Hospital Central California.

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New library goes green

With a footprint of more than 350,000 square feet, the Henry Madden Library is the largest library in the California State University system. Yet, it is the library’s green team that is making sure its carbon footprint is one of the smallest in the California State University system.

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The Collegian picks up 18 awards at conference

Fresno State’s student-run newspaper won 18 awards — including five first-place state honors and two national honors — at this past weekend’s Associated Collegiate Press national convention.

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Taking some time out

Miguel A. Macias, 18, a music major, found a new place on campus to relax between classes atop a mound in the Peace Garden.

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Another day at the office

The Associated Students Inc. (ASI) office is covered wall to wall with Bulldog paraphernalia, half-empty boxes and piles of paper.

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Campus drivers have policy updated

The department of risk management has updated its policy to suit the updated laws for university employees on state business.

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Former Fresno State track coach alleges gender discrimination

Little more than a year after a trio of gender discrimination cases costing the university more than $16 million, and just months after settling out of court with softball coach Margie Wright, Fresno State has another discrimination lawsuit on its hands.

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