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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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Downtown celebrates Cinco de Mayo

The Fulton Mall was unusually busy this weekend as thousands attended the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration.

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Lecture to discuss the business behind Cinco de Mayo

Margaritas, tacos and plenty of cerveca are what many Americans think of as Cinco de Mayo rolls around each spring. But a UCLA professor believes that most don’t have a clue behind the reasoning for the celebration.

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ArtHop features styles of tattoo art

Out of the darkness comes the light, illuminating bold, colorful, in-your-face, simplistic paintings depicting the American traditional style of tattoo art.

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Whose country is this?

Last Wednesday was Cinco de Mayo, a holiday celebrated in remembrance of the Mexican Militia’s victory over the French army at the city of Puebla, back in 1862.

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One-finger salute

Yesterday we all got the time to thank our moms for everything they have done and are still doing for us. So here’s to you mom. Love you!

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The hangover

For those of age, the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day may go beyond the folklores of leprechauns and traditions of wearing green to avoid getting pinched.

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Letters to the editor

It seems outrageous to me that Multicultural/International (MI) requirements at Fresno State are being taken into consideration.

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Comedy celebrates Cinco de Mayo

This May, students at Fresno State will celebrate the end of a grueling semester. Today, many will also be celebrating the time-honored tradition known as Cinco de Mayo. Today, University Student Union (USU) Productions is holding two events to honor the holiday and the rich Latino heritage from which it originated.

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