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RAMIREZ TAKES MORE HEAT AT ASI MEETING

Wednesday’s Associated Students, Inc. meeting picked up where it left off two weeks ago, with ASI President Pedro Ramirez as the topic of discussion. Ramirez was absent from the meeting due to an “academic commitment,” but the controversy that has surrounded him lately was unmistakably present.

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Students rally for higher education

Student representatives from 20 of the 23 California State University (CSU) campuses have gathered on the steps of the Joyal Administration Building this morning to support the funding of higher education before the Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman debate.

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March to capitol planned

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is sponsoring a bus to take student activists Monday to a march to the state capitol.

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Senate approves replacement

At Wednesday’s Associated Students, Inc (ASI) meeting there were new and missing faces.

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Presidential candidates address their top issues

While students may have been out exploring Vintage Days or just enjoying the warm Valley weather, The Collegian and the candidates for ASI president met on Saturday evening to talk business.

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Wahlberg vetoes, ASI will confront decision on CSSA

Student government leaders thought that their decision on whether to join a state lobbying group wouldn’t happen until the fall.

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ASI rejects proposal to rejoin CSSA

After months of deliberation and several deferred votes, the Associated Students Inc. (ASI) senate voted 11-1-3 to not join the California State Student Association (CSSA) this year, and to reconsider joining the organization at the end of the Fall 2009 semester.

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ASI’s CSSA vote postponed again

Student leaders Wednesday delayed a vote that would have seen Fresno State rejoin a state lobbying group, after the university parted ways with the organization in 2005.

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Ag director wins CSSA award

The honor of being picked out of thousands, recognized for the accomplishments of one’s lifelong work. It is a dream that many can only imagine, but for one local instructor, it is anything but.

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