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Student Health Center accredited by AAAHC

After three years of preparation, the Student Health and Counseling Center earned its accreditation from the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Healthcare (AAAHC) during the association’s inspection in February. The AAAHC’s stamp of approval is one of the highest levels of ...

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Hopes, dreams live on after Hufft’s death

The hopes and dreams of Dr. Bradley Hufft still seem to be alive at Fresno State as student music echoes the halls of the music building where roses were placed outside his office door. The passion for music continues with ...

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‘Water’ you learning about? Students showcase water sustainability projects

The third-annual Reading About Water Student Showcase kicked off in the Henry Madden Library on Monday. The showcase is coordinated by the Fresno State Water Cohort, which includes faculty representatives from colleges from across the university, and displays the work ...

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Secret service investigating university lecturer’s tweets

An investigation is underway after a Fresno State history professor used Twitter to express his disapproval of President Donald Trump by making what some are calling “violent” and “threatening” remarks. Currently, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Secret ...

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Event shines light on sexual assault victim silence

Fresno State Athletic Director Jim Bartko and guest speaker Tim Mousseau spoke to students about an experience most choose to keep a secret – sexual assault. The talk titled “Retaking Our Story: Re-Framing The Sexual Assault Conversation,” was an alternative ...

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Students step up for community building

Several Fresno State students spent their spring break developing a community garden at Stone Soup Fresno, an organization that strives for positive change in Southeast Asian refugee families. The students are part of Fresno State’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB), a ...

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HackFresno: Turning an idea into prototype

HackFresno took over the North Gym Friday as over 100 students came to make a simple idea into a benefit for the community. Students arrived last Friday and were split into five-person teams, then assigned to create a prototype based ...

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Knife held at Fresno State student’s throat during robbing near Bulldog Stadium

Just after midnight Saturday, Fresno State police arrived to Bulldog Lane and Ninth Street, near Bulldog Stadium, after a student had been robbed by three black men. The student was approached by the three men, two of which held a ...

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Boyd to retire after 38 years of service

Bob Boyd, associate vice president for facilities management, will be retiring in June. Boyd has served the Fresno State community for 38 years since he began as a student assistant in Plant Operations. He has maintained the 3 million-square-foot campus ...

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Resource fair will discuss how to live a meaning life

Fresno State’s gerontology program and the California State University Institute for Palliative Care in partnership with the Food Security Project, will be host a resource fair Wednesday, April 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Speakers Platform. Participants ...

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CSU Bakersfield ethics director to give lecture

Dr. Christopher Meyers, director of the Kegley Institute of Ethics at California State University, Bakersfield, will present a lecture Wednesday, April 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. in Engineering East Room 191. Meyer’s talk is titled, “Bioethics: The Role of ...

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Collegian to be honored for ‘The Collegian Day’

Fresno’s City Hall will proclaim April 6 as “The Collegian Day” to recognize the student-run newspaper’s triumphs in this year’s California Collegiate Media Association statewide competition. “The Collegian Day” was proclaimed by Councilmember Paul Caprioglio for the second consecutive year. ...

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Community pulls together to resettle Syrian refugee families

A panel discussion at Fresno state Tuesday night provide insight into community efforts to settle 27 refugee families to their new life in America. Speakers offered their thoughts during the “Refugees Assistance Work in the Central Valley” panel. Wasan Abu ...

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Mock Trial nationals team does not neglect young talent

Hand-picked members from the Fresno State Mock Trial team will be heading to Los Angeles for the 33rd annual American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) National Championship Tournament (NCT) with some of the youngest talent on the team. Out of 10 ...

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Students reject Bold New U project, fee increase likely to blame

The two-year long campaign for the Bold New Union came to a grinding halt last week after a majority of students voted in opposition of the fee increase which would fund the facility. The result of the vote was announced ...

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Showcasing the ‘magic’ of Camp Kesem

Fresno State’s Camp Kesem chapter raised more than $24,000 at its second annual “Make the Magic” fundraising event Saturday at the Fort Washington Golf & Country Club. The event was the biggest fundraising opportunity the group has had, so far, ...

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Candidates reach the finish line, Zante wins presidency

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) election results for senators and executive members with Blake Zante elected as next year’s president were announced Thursday at the University Student Union pavilion. Some 3,228 students voted in this year’s ASI elections, according to Destiny ...

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Reverend offers immigration reform policy during campus speech

The Rev. Robin Hoover told a Fresno State audience on March 30 that a more humane and economically integrated immigration policy lies in granting visas that would help immigrants move freely in the country. Hoover spoke on the “Report from ...

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