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No selfie zone

From squat racks and bench presses to ellipticals and the indoor track, walking into the Student Recreation Center (SRC), a jungle-gym of activities awaits. After setting up and preparing to begin the workout one thought pops into students heads – ...

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Stray animals find “forever homes”

Helping find “forever homes” for stray animals, the Fresno State Chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) hosted Paws For a Cause Wednesday on campus. PRSSA invited the SPCA to campus to help with adoptions and collect donations ...

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Scholarship and bench created in memory of Molly Griffin

Feb. 21 marked the one year anniversary of the death of Fresno State nursing alumna Molly Griffin. Molly lost her life at the age of 23 when a drunk driver, Hector Castillo-Pichardo, 24, ran a red light. She graduated magna ...

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Fresno State Talks ends with lecture from Dr. Martin Shapiro

When psychology associate professor Dr. Martin Shapiro learned that the world’s bumblebee population was disappearing, he spent several years trying to keep a beehive on top of one of Fresno State’s engineering building intact in order to keep the insects ...

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Fresno State: first university to test drive self-driving vehicle

Mary Castro took a self-driving vehicle for its first test drive in a university, Tuesday morning in honor of National Engineering Week at Fresno State. Students gathered around to participate in watching and taking turns riding in the vehicle in ...

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Lyles Center’s executive director resigns

Amid the investigation of Dr. Timothy M. Stearns and the findings of a CSU system audit, Stearns resigned from his position Monday as executive director of the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. For now, “Stearns will assist the provost ...

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Student Rec Center celebrates its first 10 years

The Student Recreation Center (SRC), which serves as a gym and stress outlet for over 1,000 Fresno State students each day, was packed with hundreds of people as it celebrated its 10-year anniversary on Monday. Since the center first opened ...

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Lyles Center executive director resigns in liue of investigation

Following reports of an investigation of Dr. Timothy M. Stearns and possible financial conflicts of interest, Stearns resigned from his position Monday as executive director of the Lyles Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. “Dr. Timothy M. Stearns has offered his ...

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Students rally behind Ted Cruz for president

A new group on campus, Millennials for Ted Cruz, has formed to create a student forum for the upcoming presidential elections. This is the only group of its kind at Fresno State – none of the other prospective candidates have ...

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Collegian staff wins big at statewide competition

STUDIO CITY — The Collegian won first place for Best Website in a statewide college journalism competition Saturday – the first time since the 2006-2007 school year – beating out much bigger college newspapers from UCLA, USC and UC Berkeley. ...

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Change can start with one vote

The Presidential election is 10 months away and many will not exercise their right to vote. In the 2012 Presidential election, there were over 13 million voters in California, 410,188 people were registered to vote in Fresno County, but only ...

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Next semester class drop deadline will be sooner

Starting the fall semester students will have a shorter deadline to drop classes. The Academic Senate changed the drop deadline from the fourth week of classes to the third week of classes, said ASI President Abigail Hudson. After the third ...

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Blogger says to love yourself

Plus Size Princess CeCe Olisa is a motivational blogger in New York who came to Fresno State Wednesday to discuss ‘How do I love myself?’ during the month of love. Olisa, originally from Fresno, traveled across the country to share ...

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Remembering Philip Levine

Philip Levine: A Celebration comes almost exactly one year after the professor emeritus and former National Poet Laureate, passed away. Levine was in the department of English for 30 years, however, passed away during Valentine’s Day in 2015. Saul Jimenez-Sandoval, ...

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New student housing opens west of Fresno State

After nine months and around $2.5 million dollars spent rebuilding a run-down apartment complex, new student housing will be available for the rest of spring semester just west of Fresno State’s campus. University Place, located south of Barstow Avenue between ...

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Contemporary Dance Ensemble kicks off a week of performances Friday

After months of preparation, Fresno State’s Contemporary Dance Ensemble is ready to share a series of dances with performances starting Friday at the John Wright Theatre. “This is NOT the Tony Bennett Concert” will have daily show times at 7:30 ...

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Earthquake hits California, campus rumbles

As students sat in class, at 3:04 p.m., a 4.8 magnitude earthquake began to shake their chairs and sway projector screens.   Chris Langer, a librarian in the Henry Madden Library, was teaching class in Engineering East when he noticed ...

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Fresno State President addresses students’ concerns

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro opened himself and members of his administration up to questions, concerns and even advice from students during a forum Tuesday. Topics of conversation revolved around a shrinking interior design department, the possible faculty strike ...

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