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Brown wins student poll

The Collegian conducted a poll for California’s next governor throughout all floors of the Henry Madden Library on October 28. A total of 120 students were approached at random to participate in the anonymous poll.

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Whitman lost Latino vote in Fresno

President Welty mentioned it, even Mayor Swearengin stressed it, but Whitman and Brown both seemed to have missed it. I wanted to hear how the next governor of California is going to put money back into education, especially the University ...

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Fresno State hosts second gubernatorial debate

Saturday’s historical gubernatorial debate, the first to be broadcast in Spanish, only furthered the tension in the race between Republican nominee Meg Whitman and Democratic pick Jerry Brown, a race already riddled with hostility.

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Students rally for higher education

Student representatives from 20 of the 23 California State University (CSU) campuses have gathered on the steps of the Joyal Administration Building this morning to support the funding of higher education before the Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman debate.

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We want a real, mature debate

Students aren’t known for being patient. We’re actually quite impatient. We’re procrastinators. We’re perpetually busy. Despite these traits, students are independent and responsible — two attributes that are often associated with an adult. Yet, students are often treated like children.

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Ask Brown and Whitman a question

Do you have a question for Jerry Brown or Meg Whitman? Well, ask away. The Oct. 2, 2010 gubernatorial debate will be held on the California State University, Fresno campus. And the two candidates are taking questions from the public.

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Brown has heart of a Bulldog

Bulldog defensive coordinator Dan Brown is doing more than just preparing for opposing offenses. He’s facing a more fearful foe, a foe in the form of cancer.

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