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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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Tower District meets demand for diverse nightlife

While Fresno remains one of the fastest-developing cities in the state, the metro area’s nightlife seemingly leaves a lot to be desired. Many bars and clubs operate in niche categories. Downtown Clovis’ Old Town Saloon and Jimbo’s, for example, capitalize ...

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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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Ready for the test? Absolutely

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Putting the ‘social’ back in social media

Whether you’re a millennial or middle-aged, you probably have a Twitter, Instagram or Facebook account. While it seems as though people can’t stop complaining about posting on social media, they continue to do it – contributing to an online landscape ...

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Expectation vs reality: Syrian refugees

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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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Bridging the gap through art

In an attempt, as a nation, to understand our socio-political climate, artists have a perspective that is worthy of our attention. Art that sparks contemplation can have a significant impact on individual views and how they continue to shape them ...

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Don’t sweat it

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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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Furry friends make the best Valentines

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Embracing love at every difference

We’ve heard it all before – Feb 14 is a day celebrated by corporate gluttons selling overpriced candy and flowers and designed only for those lucky enough to be romantically in love with someone. While the day is just a ...

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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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The Free Speech Area is not to be feared

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With liberty and justice for all

As the dumpster fire we benevolently call the Donald Trump administration continues on, leaked drafts of executive orders lead people to believe that more rights are going to be suppressed for the sake of religious freedom. In a turn of ...

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