Halo 3 took the world by storm, selling 1.25 million copies before it was even released. Now, many other games are trying to compete and get a piece of the cake also.Read More »
Believe it or not, there are lunch choices on campus besides the usual Round Table mini-pizza or Panda Bowl. For those trying to count calories or simply watch what they eat, there are a few healthy alternatives out there.Read More »
In his epistle to the saints, Jude gave counsel for those of spiritual weakness. He encouraged those of spiritual strength for their â€œcompassion, making a difference.â€ A childrenâ€™s research hospital in Memphis, Tenn., which bears the name of the disciple Jude, is requesting that everyone who is able to write their own epistles for those in need of physical relief.Read More »
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An array of orange, blue, yellow, pink and red ribbons are displayed behind a glass case. Articles with large font reading â€œBest of Classâ€ and â€œBest of Regionâ€ line the four walls; this is the Fresno State Universityâ€™s winery.
BOSTON â€” Paul Murphy went bargain hunting at a discount store called Building 19, and ended up with quite a find: A charcoal gray wool menâ€™s suit for $66 that he found priced at $329 at a major department store.Read More »
From tacos and coffee, to spaghetti and buffalo wings, there are numerous menu items and multiple outlets to eat at, both on and off campus. It all depends on what a student is in the mood for. On campus, there are a number of places that students can go to satisfy those inevitable hunger pangs. The University Student Union (USU) is probably the most known and visited location. The USU food court offers students the choice of eating at Subway, Panda Express or the newly added Chick-fil-A.Read More »
Students are becoming more concerned about their health and what they are eating. The Wellness Challenge that launched earlier this year at Fresno State helps students recognize healthier choice of a meal. There are visible Wellness Challenge recommendations on Subwayâ€™s menu in the University Student Union food court, for just one example.Read More »
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Heather Balcom, an anthropology and philosophy major, studies for a history course on Tuesday at one of many places she likes to study around campus. With mid-terms over and autumn well under way, students are planning ahead to end-of-semester finals following the Thanksgiving break.
The Office of the President concluded a five-year administrative program review on October 26 to evaluate the services the office provides to members of the campus community. Michelle Nelson, who manages the Office of the President, said the purpose of the survey was to get feedback on services needed and how to better communicate with faculty, staff and students.Read More »
WASHINGTON - Lonnie Bowen Jr. was once a social worker, but for 17 years the Vietnam war veteran has slept on the streets off and on as heâ€™s battled substance and mental health problems. â€œItâ€™s been a hard struggle,â€ said Bowen, 62, at a homeless processing center in downtown Philadelphia, where he planned to seek help for his drug and alcohol problem.Read More »
Since the beginning of the semester, public safety traffic control officers have noticed crossing conditions becoming more dangerous for pedestrians, especially for those wearing portable music devices.Read More »
Most students appeal to the student Academic Petitions Committee to contest a grade, yet in 2005, some Fresno State students took a different approach â€” they hacked into the system. After those students hacked into Fresno Stateâ€™s system and made unauthorized grade changes, the university improved its security measures and increased the checks and balances in place to prevent that scenario from happening again.Read More »
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No. 7 Alisha McKee, a 6 foot, 1 inch outside hitter and marketing major, is joined by her parents at Senior Night during the last home volleyball game of the season Thursday night against the Idaho Vandals.
Headaches, nausea, dizziness. These are some of the symptoms reported by a group of students at California State University, Stanislaus who are trying to rid their campus of the scents that make them ill.Read More »
The first two weeks of a semester are hard enough on students and faculty without the added pressure of students trying to squeeze into full classes with no seats to spare.Read More »