ROTC cadets experience culture outside the US

Fresno State’s Army ROTC cadets visit developing nations over summer where they do volunteer work and gain cultural experience for the future. A select number of Army ROTC students are chosen to travel every summer with The Cultural Understanding and ...

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California continues to have increased STD cases

Fresno State went down 10 spots on Trojan’s Sexual Health Report Card Ranking, making the campus rank 50 – the campus ranked 40 last year. The Trojan report “is an annual ranking of the sexual health resources and information available ...

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ASI aims for larger Amtrak student discount

Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. approved a resolution Thursday in support of discounts for students purchasing Amtrak tickets. The resolution was brought forth by Region V of the Student Senate for California Community Colleges which represents the Central Valley. Currently ...

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Meanwhile, in the Trump limousine

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Clinton in the clear after FBI review of newfound emails

By: David Lauter & Del Quentin Wilber Tribune Washington Bureau/(TNS) WASHINGTON — The FBI’s new scrutiny of emails related to Hillary Clinton has turned up nothing that would cause the bureau to recommend charges against her, Director James B. Comey said. ...

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Saudi student at University of Wisconsin-Stout dies after assault

By Jesse Garza & Karen Herzog Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/(TNS) MENOMONIE, Wis. — A University of Wisconsin-Stout student from Saudi Arabia died Monday, one day after being assaulted on a street in downtown, Menomonie police and school officials said. Hussain Saeed Alnahdi, ...

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A place to pray and meditate

A room in the Henry Madden Library is providing students and faculty with a place to meditate and pray on campus. The room, which is administered by the Cross Cultural and Gender Center, contains prayer rugs, a bench with pillows ...

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Preserving free speech at Fresno State

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI), the Academic Senate and the Office of the Provost co-sponsored a forum in the North Gym on Monday in hopes of informing students about the First Amendment and its responsibilities. The First Amendment Free Speech Forum ...

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Halloween candy hangovers everywhere

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Hot yoga offers an ‘intimate’ experience

Various Fresno State athletic teams are experimenting with hot yoga — the practice of yoga in a room heated anywhere from 98 to 105 degrees. Bikram Yoga, a precursor of hot yoga, is a practice which consists of 26 postures ...

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Super run for a super cause

Super suit? Check. Cape? Check. Gloves? Check? Running shoes? Check. Graduate students of Fresno State’s Sports Psychology Club in the kinesiology department held the fourth annual Super Fun Super Run 5K on Oct. 29. The event was a dual effort. ...

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Renowned community members discuss ethics with students

Around 100 people gathered in the Satellite Student Union Tuesday night to attend Conversations: Ethics and Integrity in Leadership. Conversations is a panel discussion focused on ethics in a leadership position. The panel featured Grandville Homes President Darius Assemi, former ...

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Are you ready to register?

As the fall semester ends, Fresno State students prepare for spring semester registration. “During the registration period, students are trying to get into their classes and usually succeeding,” said Ellen J. Klute, associate registrar for admissions and records. “The most ...

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Helping students with intellectual disabilities

A program at Fresno State is making secondary education and an independent life possible for students. The Wayfinders Program is a two-year transitional program that helps students with intellectual disabilities learn to live independent lives. The program was inaugurated six ...

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Latino Politics: more than just specific terminology

Whether you choose to vote or decide to turn a blind eye to the presidential election you are still an active member who is participating in the election, said Dr. Annabella España, a Latino politics professor. “You’re participating in the ...

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Fresno mayoral candidates give their take on presidential candidates, campus security and the Latino vote

The Nov. 8 election is not limited to The White House. Here in Fresno, Fresno City Council Member Lee Brand and Fresno County Board Supervisor Henry Perea are facing off, debate after debate, to win the endorsements of Fresno departments, ...

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UC Berkeley fraternities suspend social events after sexual assault reports

By Katy Murphy The Mercury News/(TNS) SAN JOSE, Calif. — Leaders of the University of California, Berkeley’s Greek system have taken the unusual step of suspending social activities in the wake of reports that two students were sexually assaulted at ...

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Fall Festive offers food, wine, pumpkins

The Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology hosted the 10th annual farm festival – or fall festival, as it was called this year – at the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market on Saturday. Fresno State’s student-run agricultural enterprises ...

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