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Unwinding the history of a form of dance

An effort to document and preserve the origins of popping will be launched. It is part of the “Valley Public History Initiative: Preserving our Stories” project.   The project was created by a group of Fresno State history professors. Saturday’s ...

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Dancing to Your Own Beat

By: Johnsen Del Rosario Picture yourself walking into a space and seeing college students having fun and dancing the night away. It seems normal, right? Now imagine that exact scenario, but without any music heard throughout the venue. That was the ...

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Community celebrates diversity and Gandhi

In continuation of a multi-day Mahatma Gandhi celebration across campus last week, community leaders joined hands with Fresno State students and faculty on Saturday in recognition of diversity. Dr. Lynette Zelezny, provost and vice president for academic affairs at Fresno ...

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Greek Fest 2012

Greek Fest 2012

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My big fat Greek Fest

St. George Greek Orthodox Church and the Fresno community celebrated the 52nd annual Greek Fest, Aug. 24-26, with tons of food, dance performances and live Greek musicians.

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Students experience Latin flavor

Students can forget about running on the treadmill and striding on the elliptical to get or stay in shape. One of the several group fitness classes being offered at the Student Recreation Center (SRC) has students raving and coming back for more than just a good workout.

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The power of zumba

We've all heard the buzz that surrounds this popular workout program, but that still leaves one important question--what is zumba? Watch as Dani Villalobos gets an inside look at the new REC center class.

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Salsa Club: five years of rhythm

The word “salsa,” in Spanish, literally means "sauce." But to the 30 to 40 active participants of the Fresno State Salsa Club, salsa means "dance like crazy," and it still is very “spicy” in nature.

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