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Fresno State volunteers break community service, economic records

Fresno State broke a record after completing more than 1.3 million hours of community service during the 2016-17 academic year. The university accumulated 1,386,449 hours of community service completed by about 14,565 volunteers, according to a Fresno State news release. ...

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ASI strips Fresno Bee daily newspaper from campus

Fresno State students will not be picking up a print copy of The Fresno Bee daily newspaper on campus any time soon this fall. The Associated Students Inc. confirmed last Friday that it has decided to discontinue the subscription due ...

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Unique degree in city and regional planning now available at Fresno State

Starting this semester, students at Fresno State can earn a Bachelor of Science degree in city and regional planning. The degree is offered in the College of Social Sciences. According to a news release from the university, the geography and ...

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Fresno State to host guest speaker, Matt Whitaker, to discuss end-of-life options

The California State University Institute for Palliative Care at Fresno State will present a discussion on the California End-of-Life Option Act and the Medical Aid in Dying Law on Sept. 15 at 9:15 a.m. The discussion will be facilitated by Matt ...

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The Better Business Bureau offers DACA recipients tips for seeking legal advice

The Better Business Bureau, a company that provides the public with ratings on trustworthy businesses, is offering advice to recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program who may be seeking legal advice about immigration and their DACA status. ...

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Students rally in support of DACA

For approximately 1,200 Fresno State students, Tuesday morning was a long time coming. They heard an announcement from the White House about the future of the Deferred Action Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, after rumors swirled the program would be ...

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Football fans enjoyed beer and a game

Besides a winning start to the season and the retirement of former Fresno State quarterback Derek Carr’s jersey, it was also the first time beer was sold at a home Fresno State football game since 2006. The stadium was electric ...

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Meet ASI’s two newest senators

Amber Malhi and Cody Sedaño are the newest senators at Associated Students, Inc. and they are filling the student government’s two newest positions. They have plans to get their constituents active, involved and ready to share their voices. As a ...

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Alumnus Thomas Montgomery Returns to Fresno State Winery

Thomas Montgomery smiled recently. Nostalgia had hit him as he recounted exploring the Sierra Nevada with his father from a young age. It was a time that helped forge a personal connection between him and the central San Joaquin Valley. ...

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Fresno State only CSU in ‘Top 30 National Universities’ rank

Fresno State is the only California State University listed in a recent survey of the top 30 best national universities. Washington Monthly ranked Fresno State as No. 17 in its list of best national universities. University President Dr. Joseph Castro ...

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New police satellite office near campus offers safety

A new bid for safety has been established for Fresno State and it’s surrounding community. The El Dorado Park community is now home to a Fresno Police Department satellite office after the ribbon cutting on Aug. 15. The station is ...

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How Fresno State administration plans to implement alcohol sales at athletic events

Fresno State has officially announced the return of alcohol sales at home football games after the sale had been prohibited in 2006. The university hosted a news conference last Friday and said football fans will be able to purchase beer ...

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Dog Days offered students a glimpse of their future

Summer: the long-awaited rest period when college students pick up full-time work schedules or get ahead on units and save the weekends for traveling with friends or binge watching Netflix series in the dark. For newly graduated high school seniors ...

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Rallying through peace, Fresno State protesters stand against hate

As Charlottesville, Virginia recovers from racial violence, Fresno’s Tower District bloomed Saturday morning with unity at a rally against white supremacy. “I wish all the rallies were as well-organized and coordinated as this one,” said Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer. ...

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Despite one year guarantee, Taco Bell faces uncertainty

After announcing its closure at the end of April, Taco Bell Express is set to remain open for the 2017-2018 academic year It’s long term future, however, is up in the air. Megan Sarantos, manager of university dining services, said ...

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ASI President Zante’s next step: Finding the student voice

Associated Students, Inc. President Blake Zante wants to hear from students. Heading into his third year in ASI, Zante hopes his listening skills can help set the agenda for this new school year. “Instead of telling them [students] to ‘come ...

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Jail time for former Fresno State mascot guilty of groping women

Former Fresno State student Deandre Jean-Pierre, 23, was found guilty of two misdemeanor counts of sexual battery last Friday in Fresno Superior Court. Jean-Pierre, who once played the role of Fresno State’s mascot, TimeOut, was taken to jail from the ...

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Lecturer in Twitter controversy: ‘They have not found me guilty of any of these things’

“In hindsight, Twitter is rubbish in using it like I did as a scratchpad or as a journal,” admits history lecturer Lars Maischak after his graphic Twitter posts against President Donald Trump and Republicans made national headlines in the spring. ...

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