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ASI senators violate updated policy

Associated Students, Inc. senators violated an updated Senator Expectations Policy they had passed just minutes prior at Wednesday’s Senate meeting. Noting several senators with cell phones visible, Executive Vice President Craig Parks had to remind senators that devices that allow outside communication are prohibited during Senate meetings.

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Texts: new line of police defense

University Police at Fresno State have implemented a new crime-reporting system in which students can anonymously text in crimes.

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Truck catches fire on Bulldog Lane

At approximately 1:10 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, a pickup truck caught fire near Cedar Avenue and Bulldog Lane, west of the Fresno State campus.

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Unwanted cell phones get a second chance to be used

Cell phones are more powerful than students recognize. Everyday unwanted cell phones aren’t being used to their full potential, and are thrown out like a bag of trash.

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Put the phone down!

It doesn’t matter which major you’re in. At least one of your instructors has addressed one topic in the first week of classes: Portable technology—namely, cell phones.

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Letter to the Editor: Cell phone column is ‘irresponsible’

There is no doubt that the driving with a cell phone ban is a blundering, awkward attempt at curbing accidents caused by divided attention. This does not make Mathew Gomes’ Sept. 8 article any less irresponsible and idiotic.

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Students must wrest power back from the greedy hands of the law

I AM STEALTHY, WEAVING IN AND OUT OF traffic like a professional driver. I know where they hide, those police officers. I know their shaded corners, and I know where the fences and houses obscure the view of the side streets.

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Hands-free on campus

The new cell phone law took effect on July 1 and has been filled with much controversy. Some people are angry, some confused and some satisfied. However, students on campus seem to have positive feelings about it.

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