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Campus Pointe plan still draws criticism

Any remaining doubt that Campus Pointe would become a reality at Fresno State was put to rest last week when the California State University Board of Trustees gave its blessing to the university’s plans for the site, a big step ...

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Students will be informed early of cancelled classes

Thursday evening Associated Students failed to pass a resolution that “urges faculty to abstain from the current plans to strike.� The resolution 0607-006, which described the potential strike as “an imposition that will unfairly and adversely affect the student population� ...

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Lot V construction under way


Just west of Lot V, blossoming flowers bring vibrant colors to the campus, while construction of the parking lot continues.

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CFA votes to authorize strike

Faculty of the nation’s largest four-year public university system have set the stage for a labor strike that could start as early as next month.

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Students volunteer on Kids Day


A cool winter breeze blows down Shaw Avenue as people in blue vests line every corner, waiting for rush hour traffic.

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Carpooling services available in community

It’s hard to say how much rising fuel prices will affect daily commuters at Fresno State. But one thing seems clear — students and faculty can save a bundle by using somebody else’s gas. Carpooling has been championed by its ...

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New library dean looks forward to finished renovations

Peter McDonald has big plans for his new job as Fresno State’s dean of library services. Heading the library in preparation for the launch of the state-of-the-art building in 2008 is a rare chance, he said. His plans to bring ...

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Fresno State cadet receives award

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Colleagues congratulate Fresno State ROTC Cadet Timothy Weed, who was recognized as the number one graduating cadet in California Monday afternoon in a ceremony in front of the North Gym.

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Rally to bring troops home

Four years is more than long enough and now we must bring our troops home — that was the sentiment voiced by many local Fresno organizations, including Fresno State’s Campus Peace and Civil Liberties Coalition...

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Columnist discusses his role in the Valley

Bill McEwen knows the power that 550 words can have on a community. As The Fresno Bee’s metro columnist, he informed a crowd of the Friends of the Madden Library this past Friday of the importance of the written word. ...

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AS election season begins

Students interested in running for 2007-2008 Associated Students offices may pick up their petitions beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 20. The petitions will be available in the AS office, located in USU 316, and online at the AS Web ...

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CFA members cast their votes

Administrators agree that if a California Faculty Association strike takes place, both the campus and the faculty will do what they can to reduce its effect on students.

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Students pay up and land dream internships

Many students are aware of how important it is to find an internship while in college. Though the experience raises students’ market value, how much is a guaranteed internship actually worth? Companies such as the University of Dreams have put ...

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Mural in Science II building takes students into the past

Students who have visited the Science II building lately may have found themselves taking a trip back into time. A timeline mural that features the big-bang theory, dinosaurs and a Fresno landmark was constructed by artist and paleontologist Laura Cunningham ...

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Parts of Lot V to be closed Monday

Part of parking Lot V, located on Woodrow Avenue between Shaw and Matoian, will be closed Monday to begin work on parking shelters. The parking shelters, similar to carports, will support solar panels that will produce more than one megawatt ...

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Stressed-out students can find relief

Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are midterms stressing you out? Do late night study sessions leave you feeling restless and worried? If you answered “yes� to any of the questions above, then Thursday, March 15, can give you the boost you ...

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Getting ready to graduate

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Wearing a graduation gown, liberal studies major Ser Cha plays graduate dress-up as her friend Kia Xiong picks up information at Tuesday’s Grad Expo.

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Mom says “deal,” wins cash to pay for FS tuition

Tammy Fuller did not have enough money to send her daughter to Fresno State. But thanks to a big win on “Deal or No Deal,� she can now afford it. Fuller read online about an open casting call in Fresno ...

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