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ASI hits rough waves with KFSR

Associated Students, Inc.’s relationship with on-campus radio station KFSR-FM was called into question during last Wednesday’s ASI meeting. President Abigail Hudson explained that in the academic year of 2014-2015, ASI had faced some challenges with KFSR in regards to the ...

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International Coffee Hour returns

Those interested in learning about different countries, continents and other places around the world might consider attending an International Coffee Hour presentation This Tuesday’s event included a presentation by Fresno State students Chieh-Ju Lin and Lin Qiang Xiang on Taiwan, ...

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When you are always on empty

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Conference showcases women’s empowerment

Emmy Award-winning entertainment and news broadcaster Leeza Gibbons will be the keynote speaker at the 28th annual Central California Women’s Conference.     The event’s theme this year is Ignite Your Body and Mind, and is designed to inspire women ...

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Former Fresno State student eyewitness to refugee crisis in Europe

For 10 days, former Fresno State student Antonio Olmos’ eyes told the story of the refugee crisis in Europe through his camera. Olmos is a London-based freelance photojournalist and was sent by British newspapers The Guardian and The Observer into ...

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Student to become one of the youngest officers in Marine Corps

Samuel Dawson was never one to follow the pack, he always wanted to be the one who leads, finds solutions to problems and helps others have a brighter future. The 18-year-old will get to do just that when he graduates ...

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Unhealthy air quality alert in effect for Friday

An alert is in effect Friday that warns people to be wary of the poor air quality in Fresno, the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District said. The warning previously only affected people with lung ailments like asthma, but ...

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New campus community helps Native American students “reconnect with the culture”

The new Native American scholars learning community culturally engages American Indian students through lectures, classes and experiential activities. The learning community, initiated this semester by the Fresno State’s Native American Staff Association, consists of five courses and currently has 22 ...

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Recognizing the dangers of binge drinking

The Fresno State WATCHDOG program provides education and training for students to detect the signs of alcohol poisoning and how to respond in alcohol-related situations. The program was created by Georgianna Negron-Long, a health educator at the Student Health Center, ...

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Studying abroad offers the world to students

Fresno State gives students the opportunity to travel around the world, visit historic landmarks and make everlasting memories by studying abroad. The university offers study-abroad programs in at least 30 countries, from more traditional countries such as the United Kingdom, ...

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Excitement is building for new research center

The new Jordan Agricultural Research Center is nearing completion, and professors in a number of disciplines are excited about the benefits it will provide for Fresno State and the local community. Sandra Witte, interim dean of the Jordan College of ...

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Student Cupboard’s new location offers more than food

The Student Cupboard debuted its new location to the Fresno State community with an open house on Friday. The new location of the Student Cupboard is in the Industrial Technology Building, Room 144, on the southwest corner of Barstow Avenue ...

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Physical therapy program moving into new home

Fresno State students will soon have a new place to practice physical therapy. Located near Barstow Avenue and Campus Drive between the Aquatics Center and the North Gym Annex, the new two-story facility will be home to the physical therapy ...

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New football season brings new tailgate policies

A new tailgate policy took effect at Fresno State before the start of Thursday’s season opener against Abilene Christian. Tailgaters who park in the blue, white or red lots on the west side of Cedar Avenue are now allowed to ...

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Student Cupboard debuts new location with open house

The Fresno State Student Cupboard will have an open house for its new location on Friday, Sept. 4 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. The new location of the Student Cupboard, previously at the old Farm Market, is in the ...

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Volunteer opportunities abound for students at fair

The 23rd annual Community Service Opportunities Fair was held in the Memorial Court on Wednesday to provide students information on volunteer opportunities from more than 70 agencies. The event featured the Taste of Service tent, a place where students were ...

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New program encourages healthier lifestyle

With school, work and everything in between, students can find it difficult to maintain a balanced, healthy lifestyle. The new “Take a Fresh Fruit Break” nutrition program was created by Student Health Center dietitian Stephanie Annett. What inspired her to ...

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Local Armenian author finds inspiration at Fresno State

Local author Armen Bacon will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award, the highest alumni honor given, at the annual Top Dog Award Gala for her dedication to the community and professional successes.     Bacon, who has authored two books, writes columns ...

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