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HackFresno: Turning an idea into prototype

HackFresno took over the North Gym Friday as over 100 students came to make a simple idea into a benefit for the community. Students arrived last Friday and were split into five-person teams, then assigned to create a prototype based ...

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INTERNET INTIMACY: A guide to safe online dating

As technology’s limitless progression occurs before our eyes, students are offered easy alternatives for every day circumstances. With the invention of smart phones and tablets, we are able to carry a world of convenience in our pockets and book bags. ...

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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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The ups and downs of technology

For the 21,655 freshman at Fresno State, everything about college is new. The teachers, the campus and the all-around lifestyle are aspects that will take time to get used to. However, the one thing that has never been new to the largest freshman class in Fresno State history is the Internet.

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Campus computer users socialize

Since its completion, the Henry Madden Library has strived to provide students with necessary technological resources to succeed. But some students think those resources are being taken advantage of for personal web surfing.

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Creative blogging increasing in popularity

Pablo Torres, a junior at Fresno State, found his creative outlet when he stumbled upon a blog that inspired him to post his creative ideas online.

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Campus helps properly dispose of e-waste

It’s against the law to dispose of cell phones, batteries, computers, TV’s or other electronic waste (e-waste) in the trash, but it continues to be a local problem.

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Is downloading getting you down?

In this age of technological dominance, living without a computer is virtually impossible. Yet every day, students engage in activities that could put their computers in danger — by simply downloading a song, visiting a Web site or opening an e-mail.

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