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Fresno: A scenic destination

California is home to a variety of natural vistas and areas of wilderness.

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Keep on marching, students

The March 4 rally at Fresno State and the office occupation in Joyal that followed are parts of what is emerging as a major student movement that is international in scope.

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Editorial: fill out census

A mid a torrent of massive budget cuts and funding reductions in California, a 10-question form could potentially help restore much of what was taken away in this past fiscal year.

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Taxing the tanned

California, where the sun shines, beaches are numerous and celebrities roam about. For those of us who live in the heart of the state, our version of California is a little less glamorous.

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A letter to campus protesters

You believe your demonstrations yesterday were noble and profound.

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Fight to save ed

For the first time in California’s history, our state government spent more money on prisons than higher education.

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One-finger salute

Both Democrats and Republicans in California have led us to a state fiscal crisis, a 12.4 percent unemployment rate and a lack of confidence from the citizenry that it will never get any better.

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Dirty dumb drunk

Every time I drive below the Van Ness Ave. arch, I can’t help but laugh.

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Letters to the editor

President Obama’s campaign slogan for change said “change we can believe in,” and “change we need.” And yes, it’s nice to believe and have the need for change, but it’s going to take more than just words to make it happen.

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Letters to the editor

To the editor: I am a current Fresno State student. I am concerned about an issue that affects us locally and statewide.

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High-speed future

With the November election quickly approaching, Fresno State student voters will face a nearly $10 billion question on the ballot: Are they willing to spend their tax dollars on Proposition 1A’s high-speed rail bonds?

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California gives voters ‘props’

California voters will not only vote for a president Nov. 4. Twelve propositions are on the state’s ballot with topics including high-speed rail, farm animal confinement and the definition of marriage.

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Considering our propositions

I’VE WANTED THE POWER OF TELEPORTATION SINCE I first saw Captain Kirk dissolve in a million glowing pieces, only to be reassembled somewhere thousands of miles away.

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