Tag Archives: breast cancer awareness

Why I Wore Pink: Awareness is Not Confined to One Month

October is a special month.  In the span of thirty-one days we commemorate important topics nationwide–domestic violence, LGBT history, ADHD awareness–just to name a few off the list. The point behind these campaigns is to start a conversation.  This month ...

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Standing with those who have lost and the ones who are still fighting

The 8th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K walk launched at Campus Pointe on Oct. 9. At 9 a.m., family, friends and loved ones passed through pink balloons and began their walk in support of breast cancer survivors, those ...

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Thousands run on campus to raise breast cancer awareness

Sandra Navarro usually runs for records and medals. On Saturday, however, Navarro was running for a different cause. The Fresno State junior joined thousands of people who gathered at Fresno State for the 17th annual Susan G. Komen Race for ...

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Sorority fights for ‘2nd base’

The Sigma Alpha sorority had its annual philanthropy event Saturday for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast cancer research and awareness foundation. The event was held on the kinesiology baseball diamond and their theme for this year was “Save ...

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Students take part in breast cancer awareness

This October marks the 25th year of being the Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and students throughout Fresno State got involved.

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Basketball goes pink for cancer

Jaleesa Ross (above) and Emma Andrews (below) sported pink headbands and shoelaces Thursday night in support of Think Pink Night.
ASI and USU Productions teamed up to promote breast cancer awareness at last night’s tailgate before the women’s basketball game.

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