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Volleyball: ‘Dogs home opener goes down to the wire

The Bulldogs lost a tough one to Cal Poly, 3-2, to start of the home campaign of their 2015 season Tuesday night at Save Mart Center.

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Emojis: The good, the bad, the ugly

If you own a smartphone today, you probably know what an emoji is. Emojis are those little icons that you have the option to add to your text to enhance whatever you are saying. Some emojis are really useful, like ...

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New winemaker looks to prepare students with new approaches

During harvest season, Matt Brain, Fresno State’s new winemaker and lecturer, wakes up at the break of dawn to monitor the winemaking process. He checks the fermentation of the grapes by smell. Then he moves on to plan out his ...

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Women’s Soccer: Bulldogs drop back-to-back matches in Oregon

After suffering two tough road losses to Duke (3-0-1) and North Carolina (6-0-0), the Fresno State soccer team was once again shutout this weekend by Oregon State and Oregon.

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Volleyball: ‘Dogs go 2-1 at Western Carolina Tournament

The Fresno State volleyball team comes home happy after a 2-1 start to their season.

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What’s going on around town this weekend?

The Fresno area is buzzing with things to from hanging out in the Tower District to eating locally grown fruit at the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market.  All it takes is a quick Internet search to see what will be ...

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Fresno State sets record for community service hours

Fresno State students, faculty and staff contributed more than one million hours of community service for the sixth straight year and set a school record in the process. The university accumulated 1,324,843 hours of service for the 2014-15 academic year. ...

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Football: QB race comes to an end

Fresno State’s four-man quarterback race came to an end Wednesday when head coach Tim DeRuyter announced that sophomore quarterback Zack Greenlee will be the team’s starting quarterback for the Sept. 3 season opener.

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Women’s Soccer: Bulldogs use rough start as learning experience

The Fresno State women’s soccer team returned home after opening the season last weekend in North Carolina with a pair of lopsided losses.

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Student memorialised in social media campaign

Six months after a tragic vehicle collision took the life of Fresno State alumna Molly Griffin, her family wants to honor her by remembering how Molly lived – with kindness. The family now hopes to make August 26 “Molly Day” ...

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Bay Area-based CREAM opens near Fresno State

Bay Area-based ice cream chain CREAM celebrated the grand opening of its Fresno outpost near Fresno State on Saturday by offering free ice cream sandwiches from noon to midnight. Lines for the free sandwiches stretched around the Bulldog Plaza shopping ...

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Football: QB Position Up For Grabs

With the Sept. 3 home opener against Abilene Christian approaching, the dust has yet to settle on Fresno State’s quarterback battle.

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Baseball: ‘Dogs edge Matadors in extra innings on International Night

The Fresno State baseball team improved its position in the Mountain West Conference Tuesday night, with a 4-3 win in extra innings against Cal State Northridge at Beiden Field.

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Softball: ‘Dogs inching near conference title

Six years ago, head coach Margie Wright led the Fresno State softball team to its 10th conference title.

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Baseball: ‘Dogs fall to Golden Bears on the road

The Fresno State baseball team was on the road against the California Golden Bears Tuesday night, losing 4-1 to give the Bulldogs an overall record of 21-24 on the season. The loss keeps the ‘Dogs (11-10) in fourth place in ...

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Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide Centennial

 Community members came together Friday to commemorate the centennial of the Armenian Genocide during a ceremony at the recently unveiled Armenian Genocide Monument at Fresno State.

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Hye Oozh Broadcasts Commemorative Program Dedicated to the Genocide Centennial

  Hye Oozh on Fresno State’s 90.7 KFSR-FM  broadcasted a special episode dedicated to the 100th anniversary to the Armenian Genocide. The radio station’s only ethnic program played patriotic music dedicated to Armenia and music related to the genocide alongside ...

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Baseball: Late offensive production lifts Fresno State past Hornets

The Fresno State baseball team was able to turn it on late in the game to pull out an 8-0 win over Sacramento State Wednesday, leaving the ‘Dogs with a 20-21 overall record.

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