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Meet your ASI candidate: Karan Purwaha

I would like to announce my candidacy for ASI senator at large in the upcoming Associated Students Inc. election on March 28-30. There is a huge percentage of students who commute to campus daily, and most of them have faced ...

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Meet your ASI candidate: Casandra Ramirez-Sanchez

Hello! My name is Casandra Ramirez-Sanchez, and I am running for an ASI senator at large position. I love working to meet the students’ necessities and would enjoy being your representative for the 2017-2018 school year. I am currently a ...

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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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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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Vote “yes” to a better student experience

By Juan Guzman I am writing in regards to your article “Students seek inspiration for a Bold New U” published Jan 24, 2017. I am glad to hear that Fresno State is considering the possibility of building a Bold New ...

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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 truth about turkeys

By Heather Moore Dear Editor, Cheers to Jessica Johnson for encouraging everyone to celebrate a vegan Thanksgiving (A meat-free Thanksgiving, but why?” published on Nov. 20). There’s no need to take a turkey’s life to celebrate the blessings in your ...

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On The Collegian’s coverage of sexual assault

By Jocelyna Carbajal Rape is the act of sexual intercourse against the will of a victim that can occur under a variety of circumstances. Providing news stories and opinions about rape in The Collegian will provide an awareness on campus ...

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In praise of The Collegian’s coverage

By Megan Hiett Dear Editor, I appreciate The Collegian’s intentional coverage of sexism and gender bias. I am aware that mainstream media reinforces expectations that we assume are universal expressions of gender and these stereotypes often lead to discrimination. We ...

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Recreation Center: Out of order

Mario Cisneros Special to The Collegian I am currently a senior at Fresno State. I’m hoping this letter will help get my message out there, so President Castro can take action on the following issue. I’ve been using the Student ...

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Is Class Boring, or are Students Just Lazy?

By Tiera Richardson / Special to The Collegian  As I sit in a full night class, I couldn’t help but notice the majority of the students fidgeting on technical devices, completely unengaged with the lecture. “What were they doing?” I thought ...

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My power is power, not intution

In regard to the Op Ed piece that ran last week about the need for Fresno State women to support their fellow women, I have a bone to pick. Primarily with the quote that women “…have a special power, called ...

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The Collegian follows the new age

Welcome fellow Bulldogs to a new journey – the start of the school year, which holds a possibility for personal breakthroughs, educational discoveries and months of unforgettable memories. As you were all getting ready for the semester, we at The ...

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Campus group continues ‘fight for freedom’

By Jeremiah Folia Central Valley Chair of Millennials I am saddened to confirm Ted Cruz has suspended his campaign. We fought long and hard for liberty, and while it seems now that we lost, we really won. We have successfully ...

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Lack of mental health access to Latino community

By Oriza Hernandez Most recently, there has been an increased push for initiatives geared towards creating awareness among local communities with regards to mental health. It is reported that 1 of every 4 persons are affected by a mental health ...

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Fresno State, get your priorities straight

Special to The Collegian Kelly Caplan On April 11, the VP of Student affairs sent a message to my inbox at 4:44 p.m. informing students and faculty about a forum proposing a remodeled USU and Faculty Development Center. This forum ...

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ASI candidates share their ideas with student body

Lemuel Rivera I believe that I am a strong candidate for the position of ASI Senator for the College of Science and Mathematics. As a result of my involvement, I have a great understanding of my college and its students. ...

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On Donald Trump: Letters to the editor

‘You have hit the nail on the head’ I read about your editorial on Trump this morning in the Bee. I think you have hit the nail on the head, and I applaud you for having the courage to call ...

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