40 days and 40 nights of sacrifices

Non-Catholics join in on giving up vices during Lenten season Although Lent is rooted in the Roman Catholic religion, it is becoming a cultural phenomenon as well. Catholics aren’t the only ones celebrating Lent; non-Catholics are joining in, too. “Friends ...

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Celebrating Amerasia Week


Performing “Sasaminare Dokkoisho,� the Japanese Student Association participated in Wednesday’s Cambodian and Japanese culture night. The Cambodian Collegiate Association also was a part of the event.

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Want to know? Ask her and find out

The command written on the walkway spurred mass curiosity. “Ask her,� it ordered. Ask who? About what? Written in pink and blue chalk covering the Fresno State Free Speech Area, the slogan “Ask her� got students talking. Lilliana Torres, a ...

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Addicts hooked on ‘Net

MySpace ups time students spend online It’s 7 p.m. on a Friday night and time to party. You log into MySpace to see what everyone is up to. Chad slept with Larissa? Missy kicked you off her friends list? The ...

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The Collegian revamps Web site, print edition

The Collegian is pleased to announce the launch of its fully remodeled Web site and the redesign of its print edition.

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Exercise Fair to help students shape up their lives

From eating too many cheese puffs while watching “American Idol” to not getting enough exercise, those who want to learn about why they aren’t in tip-top shape can get information about fun ways to work out at today’s Exercise Fair. ...

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Students surveyed on college experience

Fresno State is distributing a National Survey of Student Engagement to a random selection of first-year and senior college students. A letter is distributed by mail and students are asked to answer questions pertaining to their life experiences with things ...

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A raw takeover of the SMC

Juan Villa / The Collegian WWE Raw superstar Randy Orton, left, takes a hard hit from John Cena at the WWE Raw event at the Save Mart Center Monday night.

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Revised surveillance policy awaits OK

From eating too many cheese puffs while watching “American Idol� to not getting enough exercise, those who want to learn about why they aren’t in tip-top shape can get information about fun ways to work out at today’s Exercise Fair. ...

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Students can learn “Freakonomics” Tuesday

Most people may not associate economics as exciting or life-changing, but for journalist Stephen J. Dubner and rogue economist Steven D. Levitt, economics is a means to explore how various factors impact people’s lives. “The reason I became a writer ...

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CSU system may face CFA strikes

The CSU system may be facing the largest strike of higher education teachers in U.S. history. Last Tuesday night, the California Faculty Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to authorize a union members vote on whether or not to proceed ...

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Oversized purses replace backpacks, cause health concerns

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While backpacks have traditionally been the standard bag for carrying textbooks from class to class, students are now opting to use oversized handbags — and this fashionable way to cart their belongings can lead to health problems.

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Reaction mixed to Clinton’s 2008 bid

This past weekend Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton of New York announced her plans to run in the 2008 presidential election, which has her loyal supporters cheering and those who dislike her cringing.

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Shots fired near campus

guy-in-truck_thumb.jpgFresno and Clovis police shut down two major streets near Fresno State Tuesday morning following an attempted bank robbery and chase through both cities. Students trying to reach campus using Barstow or Cedar entrances found themselves locked out by the perimeter police established.

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