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Support for DACA grows

By Lisa Mascaro and Noah Bierman – Tribune Washington Bureau California State University Chancellor Timothy White released a statement recently encouraging eligible students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, to submit a renewal application before Oct. 5. On Sept. ...

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Trump elected president in shocking sweep of the nation

After a bitter election process, Donald Trump has been elected the 45th President of the United States. It was a shock to many, but it wasn’t a shock to Donald Trump, who has been boasting about achieving this since the ...

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God help us (said the atheist); Trump wins

Well, it’s over. The train wreck of the last two-year presidential race is finally at an end. And in this historic race, we have decided as a nation to support fear and hate, and we elected Donald Trump our president. ...

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Live Election Coverage

11:30 p.m. PST:  (Race to 270 electoral votes: Clinton: 215, Trump: 267) Donald Trump has taken Wisconsin. It’s over. Donald Trump is projected to be the 45th President of the United States.  10:45 p.m. PST: (Race to 270 electoral votes: Clinton: 215, Trump: 267)  Donald Trump ...

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Millennials ‘feel the Bern’

This week the Democratic debate took place, and Bernie Sanders proved yet again that he is the candidate for Millennials. While most news stations are reporting Hillary Clinton as the winner of the debate, there is a clear case for ...

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Orange County congresswoman speaks on campus

Advocating greater representation of Latinas in public office Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-Anaheim) spoke in Fresno State’s Education Building Tuesday about her 18-year-career as a congresswoman. “I’m excited this year because California has seven Latinas running for Congress,” Sanchez said. “That’s ...

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California 21st Congressional District: Valadao, Renteria debate in Spanish

David Valadao and Amanda Renteria, who are competing for 21st Congressional District seat, took part in a debate Saturday in Fresno State’s North Gym – the first of four debates leading up to the Nov. 4 election. The debate, sponsored ...

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Political stalemate: debt ceiling looms

Fresno State has largely avoided the effects of the government shutdown but concern about the political stalemate has reached the campus.

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Muslims should speak out against terrorism

In the Friday Sept. 27 edition of this publication was a very intriguing Op-Ed piece about Islam in the United States. If you are not familiar, the author, Sumaya Attia, argued that a certain media pundit named Bob Beckel asserted ...

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Valley Democrats unite on Election Night

It was hard to gauge which announcements elicited the loudest cheers from the hundred-something Fresno County Democrats at Club One Casino on Tuesday night’s watch party. But in President Barack Obama’s conquest to 270 electoral votes – from securing key battleground states to the ever-prized California – and en route to securing his second term in the White House, one thing was for sure: the crowd at Club One mired in ecstasy for their candidate.

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Students weigh in on presidential race

Some may find it hard to escape being bombarded with media coverage and campaigning with the upcoming president election. However, even with the constant exposure, some still don’t care in choosing the country’s next leader.

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Debate, but don’t hate

A very irritating trend has developed between liberals and conservatives. Each side often insists on demeaning the other purely on the basis of political ideology.

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Election 2010 coverage

There's no better place to get your election coverage than right here at The Collegian online. Will Republicans take back control of Congress? Will Meg Whitman upset Jerry Brown in the race for governor of California? Will Prop 19 pass? Find out these questions and more tonight. This space will be updated all night, so make sure to check back to see the latest.

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Generation why?

Teenagers and young adults mingle in a society of abundance, intellectual as well as material… Never have opportunities for education, learning, political action, and cultural activity been greater

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Republican? Impossible!

Seeing a black president elected into office was a sure trigger to rattle people into action for a long time to come. That’s not surprising at all.

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