Despite friendly co-workers or a quick daily commute, a recent study showed that Americans are growing increasingly unhappy with their jobs â€” especially those under 25. Less than half of the 5,000 U.S. households surveyed said they were satisfied with ...Read More »
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Passing by the Conley Art building mural Thursday afternoon, Cinde Oliphant, a philosophy major, is on her way to meet with a professor. The mural features a variety of paintings, including one of a nude woman.
Fund-raiser will enable a victim advocate to attend Fresno State In an effort to raise funds and awareness, two campus student organizations will host an event March 8 to shed light on the femicide occurring in Juarez, Mexico. The People ...Read More »
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About 700 feet in the air, a helicopter flies above the Henry Madden Library Tuesday afternoon. Still under construction, the future library will house 2 million books and will have wireless Internet capabilities.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all? Narcissists beware. This is no longer just a quote from â€œSnow White.â€? It is a sentiment that is flowing through the minds of college students everywhere, according to ...Read More »
Thirty years of Fresno area history will be preserved thanks to a recent photographic archive donation to the Henry Madden Library. More than 150,000 photos were given to the Special Collections Library by community photography and attorney Howard Watkins. The ...Read More »
On March 17, Fresno State will host the National Hispanic Business Association Spring Regional Meeting. It is the first time Fresno State will host the event, after winning the bid to serve as the host school. NHBA serves as the ...Read More »
Summer school at Fresno State will now operate as a regular term, similar to the spring and fall semesters. Fees will be similar to those of the spring and fall semesters except for the â€œMiscellaneous Course Feesâ€? â€” which range ...Read More »
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 arenâ€™t the only ones celebrating Lent; non-Catholics are joining in, too. â€œFriends ...Read More »
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Performing â€œSasaminare Dokkoisho,â€? the Japanese Student Association participated in Wednesdayâ€™s Cambodian and Japanese culture night. The Cambodian Collegiate Association also was a part of the event.
The command written on the walkway spurred mass curiosity. â€œAsk her,â€? it ordered. Ask who? About what? Written in pink and blue chalk covering the Fresno State Free Speech Area, the slogan â€œAsk herâ€? got students talking. Lilliana Torres, a ...Read More »
MySpace ups time students spend online Itâ€™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 ...Read More »
The Collegian is pleased to announce the launch of its fully remodeled Web site and the redesign of its print edition.Read More »
From eating too many cheese puffs while watching â€œAmerican Idol” to not getting enough exercise, those who want to learn about why they arenâ€™t in tip-top shape can get information about fun ways to work out at todayâ€™s Exercise Fair. ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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.Read More »