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Fresno State spared in CSU data breach

Eight of the 23 California State University campuses’ data were breached through a vendor of the new mandatory sexual assault training – which did not include Fresno State. Last semester, federal law and the California State Auditor began requiring colleges ...

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Faculty union proposed strike at all CSU campuses for salary increase

Members of the California Faculty Association held a conference call on Wednesday about a possible strike that may take place on all 23 California State University campuses. The reason for the possible strike is a lack of salary increase for ...

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Arrest comes as shock to those who know Medina

The news of Fresno State student Alberto Hinojosa Medina’s arrest on Sept. 26 came as a complete surprise to those who know the 22-year-old social work/pre-psychology major from McFarland. Medina was charged on Sept. 29 with burglarizing an apartment near the ...

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Bakersfield Congressman steps up to run for Speaker of the House

Three days after current House Speaker John Boehner announced his decision to leave Congress, Bakersfield Congressman Kevin McCarthy announced Monday he’s running for the position. McCarthy, the current House Majority Leader, is widely expected to win the position when Boehner ...

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The art of healing

Art of Life Cancer Foundation held its annual festival on Sunday at Woodward Park and also held the groundbreaking of the Art of Life Healing Garden. Dr. Christopher Perkins is an oncologist and founded the Art of Life Program in 2007. ...

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Volleyball: ‘Dogs sweep cross-town rival in scrimmage

In their final tune-up before they open Mountain West Conference play, the ‘Dogs dominated Fresno Pacific, sweeping the match 3-0 (25-19, 25-22, 25-17).

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Football: Utes spoil ‘Dogs blackout party

The Fresno State football team suffered their first loss in the black jerseys at the hands of No. 21 Utah, 45-24. In what was their second consecutive game against a ranked opponent, the Bulldogs once again entered the game as ...

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Men’s Golf: ‘Dogs record sixth-place finish at Saint Mary’s Invitational

The Fresno State men’s golf team bounced back after a rough start to take sixth place Wednesday at the Saint Mary’s Invitational. The team posted its lowest round, carding a final round 5-over 289, on the par 71, 6,868-yard Poppy ...

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When you are always on empty

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Conference showcases women’s empowerment

Emmy Award-winning entertainment and news broadcaster Leeza Gibbons will be the keynote speaker at the 28th annual Central California Women’s Conference.     The event’s theme this year is Ignite Your Body and Mind, and is designed to inspire women ...

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Student to become one of the youngest officers in Marine Corps

Samuel Dawson was never one to follow the pack, he always wanted to be the one who leads, finds solutions to problems and helps others have a brighter future. The 18-year-old will get to do just that when he graduates ...

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Unhealthy air quality alert in effect for Friday

An alert is in effect Friday that warns people to be wary of the poor air quality in Fresno, the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District said. The warning previously only affected people with lung ailments like asthma, but ...

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Week 2 Preview: ‘Dogs set to tangle with SEC opponent

In the season opener against Abilene Christian University, the young ’Dogs showed up early and the wily veterans finished the job to secure a home win for Fresno State.

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Excitement is building for new research center

The new Jordan Agricultural Research Center is nearing completion, and professors in a number of disciplines are excited about the benefits it will provide for Fresno State and the local community. Sandra Witte, interim dean of the Jordan College of ...

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‘Dogs open season with commanding win

A fairly young Bulldogs squad opened the 2015 season Thursday night at home in fashion with a 34-13 victory over Abilene Christian University.

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Volunteer opportunities abound for students at fair

The 23rd annual Community Service Opportunities Fair was held in the Memorial Court on Wednesday to provide students information on volunteer opportunities from more than 70 agencies. The event featured the Taste of Service tent, a place where students were ...

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