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Meet your ASI candidate: Cam Patterson, Vice President of Finance

I’ve served my student body in ASI since the day I stepped foot on the greatest campus on earth. My experience speaks volumes and my ability to lead has been on full display during my 2½ years attending Fresno State. ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Cecilia E. Ruesta, President

My name is Cecilia Ruesta. I am originally from Lima, Peru. I came to the U.S. when I was 17 and became a proud U.S. citizen last year. I am a queer female mother of a 6-year-old daughter, whom I ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Blake Zante, President

Hey Bulldogs! My name is Blake Zante, and I am running to become your ASI President. I am pursuing my undergraduate degree in political science with a minor in business. I am currently the executive vice president of ASI, a ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Kevin Ngo

My name is Kevin Ngo, and I am running for ASI senator for the College of Science and Mathematics. I am majoring in computer science with a minor in philosophy. I am excited to have the opportunity to continue serving ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Amanda Smith

Hello. My name is Amanda Smith, and I would like to serve as your senator for the Jordan College of agricultural sciences and technology. I am a junior studying culinology and I am involved with various clubs and organizations on ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Kacey Jones

My name is Kacey Jones, and I am a third-year kinesiology physical education major and I am running for a senator at large position with the intent to represent athletics and recreation. I currently work at the Student Recreation Center ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Michael Merzoian

Hello Fresno State students, I’m Michael Merzoian, a sophomore double majoring in computer and electrical engineering. I’m running for the position of senator at large, with the hopes of becoming the senator of parking and safety. I understand that parking ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Alexandra Chavez

Hello Fresno State Bulldogs, My name is Alexandra Chavez and I am campaigning in hopes of being selected as a senator at large for your 2017-2018 ASI team. I first came to Fresno State in 2011 and graduated last spring ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Amber Malhi

As a student with a double major in philosophy pre-law and political science and with a minor in general business, my ultimate goal is to be involved in our student body. I hope to find different aspects where Fresno State ...

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Consent is a lot like a Chipotle burrito

Most female college students have probably attended what seems like a million sexual assault seminars. These seminars tend to follow the same pattern and talk about the same issues. First, the speakers explain what sexual assault is; they drag on ...

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It’s not about bathrooms, it’s about visibility

Last week, the Trump Administration’s war on compassion raged on, this time with both the departments of justice and education each rolling back protections for transgender students and their right to use the bathrooms that match their gender identity, regardless ...

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We become effective allies when we dismantle fear

By Doctor Meta L. Schettler I teach Africana Studies here on campus and recently attended the Discussing Whiteness event hosted by the Cross Cultural and Gender Center. We heard that the university had received negative complaints as soon as the ...

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Students deserve to feel safe

As Fresno State students, we are no strangers to crime alerts flooding our emails and receiving texts regarding attempted burglary, aggravated assault or a serial groper. Not only are we notified of the crime, but we are given a laundry ...

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CSU Chancellor stands by campus community

The California State University is committed to being an inclusive and welcoming institution of higher education that is enhanced by the students, faculty, staff and alumni from our global community. We are deeply troubled by President Trump’s recent executive order ...

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President Castro responds to Trump’s Muslim ban

Today I joined Chancellor Timothy White, the 22 other CSU presidents, the California State Student Association and the CSU Academic Senate in a statement of concern regarding the recent executive order issued by President Trump.   I want to underscore to ...

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Amphitheater may not be dead after all

Thank you for the great article on the Fresno State Amphitheater. The Amphitheater is a historic part of Fresno State that has welcomed politicians, musicians and comedians over the years. As Fresno State has evolved and grown, our student needs ...

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The four stages of procrastination

Now that midterms are over, students at Fresno State are in the final stretch of the fall semester. That dreaded final stretch means things like prepping for cumulative exams, presentations and group projects. Students are feeling the pressure now more ...

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Proposition 55 deserves a ‘yes’ vote

There are a ton of candidates and ballot measures vying for our attention this election season. But one in particular—Proposition 55—deserves a closer look and a ‘yes’ vote. While it may seem that Proposition 55, the California Children’s Education and ...

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