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Sigma Nu was hosting a private fundraiser before shots were fired. Police have arrested five people

Police tape and a bullet hole were the evidence Sunday afternoon that a crime had occurred at the Sigma Nu fraternity home within view of the Fresno State campus. Fresno Police Lt. Michael Landon said five people were arrested early ...

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Crime Buzz on April 30, 2018

April 22, 2018 Peeking in bathroom hole reported at Maple Mall Fake ID reported at Maple Mall Liquor sale to minor reported at Maple Mall Fake ID reported at Maple Mall April 23, 2018 Fake currency reported at Maple Mall ...

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‘Bulldogs in the Kitchen’ helps athletes cook up a winning dish

The Fresno State women’s basketball team sharpened its knives and cooking skills last Wednesday along with students from the nutrition and dietetics department. The “Bulldogs in the Kitchen” program is in its seventh year as senior students work with student-athletes ...

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ASI plans for funding new USU computers fails after heated vote

The Associated Students Inc. (ASI) approved its 2018-19 budget at a meeting last week before its May 1 deadline after an attempt to postpone a vote failed. But a heated discussion over a line item still stalled the process. Vice ...

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Armenian Genocide commemoration turns focus to future

For Armenians, April 24 marks a day of remembrance. This year, it was a day to look toward the future. Tuesday marked 103 years since the beginning of the Armenian Genocide, a massacre that occurred in the former Ottoman Empire ...

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Fresno State broadcast students anchor 7-hour global news show

Matt Broughton realized his interruptible feedback (IFB) earpiece had stopped working mid-newscast. He uses the device to communicate with the control room. The senior broadcast student was co-anchoring with fellow student-journalist Mitzi Cardenas during the annual Global News Relay (GNR) ...

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‘A perfect storm’ to face water issues

Thomas Esqueda remembers seeing the 1946 film “It’s a Wonderful Life” as a child. During a recent interview with The Collegian, he said one scene in particular made an impact in his life. In that scene, the main character, played ...

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Not your average percussion group

Fresno State’s Red Wave indoor percussion ensemble traveled to Ohio this past weekend to compete in the Winter Guard International World Championships. The newly formed percussion group was established last year. Steve McKeithen, the Fresno State associate director of bands, ...

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BREAKING: Fresno State will not penalize professor over Bush tweets

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro announced Tuesday that the university is ending an investigation into a professor’s fiery tweets about former First Lady Barbara Bush. English professor Randa Jarrar angered many people online one week ago after she made ...

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Crime Buzz on April 23, 2018

April 16, 2018 Burglary reported in Parking Lot P27 April 17, 2018 Battery with serious injury reported off campus April 18, 2018 Driver with suspended license reported off campus April 20, 2018 Minor with marijuana reported off campus Vandalism reported ...

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Civil rights groups call for investigation into Randa Jarrar to stop

The fallout of the tweets sent out by Fresno State English professor Randa Jarrar has continued nearly one week after the controversy began. But even as the university plans an investigation into Jarrar’s tweets, several civil rights groups are calling ...

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Is Google’s algorithm racially biased? This Fresno State alumna thinks so

Fresno State alumna Safiya Umoja Noble visited campus last Friday to talk about how Google algorithms can be racially biased. An algorithm is commonly defined as a process or a set of steps that can be followed to achieve a ...

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She’s leading students that were once like her

Kelci Goss said she remembers her first year at Fresno State. As a first-generation college student, finding a sense of community on campus was important to her. She joined a first-year experience program and grew active in student organizations. Eventually, ...

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Video shows student taking down anti-abortion posters

The Fresno State Police Department is investigating complaints that a student ripped anti-abortion posters off walls as the group that posted them recorded the incident. Bernadette Tasy, president of the Fresno State chapter of “Students for Life,” said the incident ...

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Tuition rate won’t change for the 2018-19 school year, CSU chancellor says

California State University (CSU) tuition will neither increase or decrease for the 2018-2019 school year, according a news release by Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro. CSU Chancellor Timothy White said the decision to leave tuition unchanged for the upcoming ...

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Craig School dean appointed as interim provost

Fresno State Craig School of Business dean Dr. Robert M. Harper was appointed as interim provost, according to a news release by University President Dr. Joseph Castro. The announcement comes after Fresno State Provost Lynnette Zelezny was appointed as president ...

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Students ease stress through painting as part of a month-long campaign

Students got to relax with arts and crafts at ‘Press Pause and Paint,’ an event on April 18 at the Bulldog Zone. The event, hosted by the Student Health and Counseling Center, was an opportunity for people to unwind by ...

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ASI Notebook: ASI votes to include mental health resources in course syllabuses

The Associated Students Inc. (ASI) passed a resolution to support mental health awareness and voted to approve the 2018-2019 budget at its senate meeting on Wednesday, April 18. Resolution to add list of resources in all course syllabuses Sen. Elias ...

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