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Words of Freedom

Fresno State’s local talent pool took center stage at Friday night’s Spoken Words of Freedom in celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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Getting around the roundabouts

Navigating the construction around campus can be tricky. Here are some pointers.

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Henry Madden Library far from quiet

An artist’s rendering of the what the new Henry Madden Library entry rotunda will look like.  Construction on the library is expected to continue until December of 2008, at the earliest.
While most students took the winter break off, construction continued on the new Henry Madden Library.

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IAMFRESNOSTATE wins awards


Last spring a new Web site was created to foster the needs of Fresno State students and alumni, and to host a Fresno State advertising campaign unlike any previously launched by other universities.

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It’s the law

With the start of the new year and the new semester, students are worried about keeping their New Year’s resolutions, finding a way to pay for books and waking up on time to make it to that morning class.

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From Fresno State to Pulitzer Prize

In a photo from Gauthier’s exhibit opening Jan. 17 at the President’s Gallery: A young girl joins mourning women at the Holy Shrine of Imam Mousa al Kadum as thousands of Shiite Muslims march in honor of slain Ayatollah Mohammed Bakir al Hakim, in Baghdad, Iraq on Aug. 31, 2003.
As a child, Fresno State alumnus Robert Gauthier was fascinated with the photos in newspapers his mother had lying around the house.

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Tribute to Dr. King

“I think it’s important she understands his legacy and I wanted her to start learning now,” said faculty member Kathryn Forbes, as daughter Roan Gordon placed a carnation on the statue of Martin Luther King, Jr. in the Peace Garden.

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Voter registration deadline looming

With the California primary moved up four months from June to Feb. 5, the window to register to vote is closing fast.

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Collegian spring line-up

The Collegian is proud to announce its spring 2008 editorial, multimedia and business staff.

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President Welty expresses confidence based on university’s record of accomplishment

California State University, Fresno President John D. Welty told returning faculty and staff at the Spring Assembly, “Our mission of achievement is firm and our region will become stronger and better because of the work that takes place on this ...

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Fresno State adds women’s swimming and lacrosse

In an effort to keep up with Title IX requirements, Fresno State has added a lacrosse and swimming-diving team to its list of women’s sports. The two programs will begin competition in the 2008-09 school year. Both teams are expected ...

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Road construction to disrupt parking lot J

Parking Lot J renovation December 27th – January 8th. The road that runs north/south through Parking Lot J will be closed for renovation beginning Thursday, December 27th. During this construction work, access to Lot J parking stalls will be via ...

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Winter break announcements

Announcements from the Office of University Communications: * The campus will close for Winter Break at 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21, and reopen Wednesday, Jan. 2. * The University Police Department (278.8400) will be open 24/7 throughout the break. * ...

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Flooded with traffic problems

(December 19, 2007) – The intersection of Barstow and Chestnut is closed due to flooding. Barstow is closed from Sierra Vista Avenue on the west to Willow Avenue. Please use an alternate route. Traffic signs and personnel are posted where ...

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Server work will take down staff e-mail temporarily

On January 3, 2008 at 4:00 pm, ITS staff will be taking the faculty/staff email server, zimmer, off-line for maintenance. We expect that this outage will last no longer than 6 hours. This outage is required to move the server ...

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Main campus web server going off-line

On January 9, 2008 at 4:00 pm, ITS staff will be taking the main campus web server, info, off-line for maintenance. We expect that this outage will last no longer than 6 hours. This outage is required to move the server to a new location to take advantage of the new network facilities on our campus. The services that will be unavailable during this outage are as follows:

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Basketball players protest verdict


Former Fresno State women’s basketball players speak on behalf of other former and current players in denouncing the $19.1 million verdict awarded to Stacy Johnson-Klein handed down last week.

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University High School among top in country

Each day, the sound of blaring instruments and the vocals of aspiring Broadway performers seep through the walls of the clusters of portable classrooms nestled behind the Fresno State music building — compliments of the University High School (UHS) students.

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