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Fresno State students get a ‘T.A.S.T.E’ of the future

Fresno State students from the mass communication and journalism (MCJ) department got a chance to meet and eat with industry mentors Wednesday through Take a Student to Eat (T.A.S.T.E).

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Two Fresno State students heading to Miss California

Two Fresno State students will show off their qualities and talents as they compete for the crown in the Miss California pageant in June.

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Metalsouls draws attention from sci-fi fans during Vintage Days

Nestled between kiosks selling nuts and handcrafted woodwork, there was one stand during Vintage Days that drew the attention from many fans of both art and popular culture.

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Instructor prepares ag students for life after college

Fresno State instructor Neal Spiro teaches classes in the animal sciences department. He uses his experience from owning his own veterinary practice to prepare students for graduation. /Photo by Roe Borunda Fresno State instructor Neal Spiro takes a different approach ...

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Terry’s House, helping patients’ families since 2011

Across the road from Community Regional Medical Center is a two-story home called Terry’s House that lodges families of patients from all over Central California.

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Being ‘Curly Sue-Icide’

Carlie Gonzalez, a Fresno State student majoring in psychology, gets her stress relief from classes and homework by becoming “Curly Sue-Icide” on the roller derby track.

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Campus coalition pushes for breast-feeding areas

Dodging bicycles and skateboards, Fresno State students shuffle through a myriad of backpacks to make it to their next class. However, it’s a different struggle for mothers on campus who are searching for a secluded area to pump breast milk ...

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Elevators pose problems for students with disabilities

Journalism student Matthew Jimenez, on occasion, struggles to reach the second floor of the McKee Fisk Building to get to his classes because of faulty handicap buttons and elevators that are not always in service.

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Arne Nixon Center hides a treasure of children’s books

The Arne Nixon Center, located on the third floor of the Henry Madden Library, is a hidden treasure where children’s books are preserved and stored for research and reference.

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Buddhism club sets out to enlighten students

The Buddhist Value Creation Society (BVCS) made its debut on campus in January. It focuses on Nichiren Buddhism while helping others achieve enlightenment.

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Fresno State wants students to see the world

The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchanges (SAIE) at Fresno State has stepped up its efforts to spread awareness of its study-abroad opportunities.

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‘Conversations’ with Peter Buffett

Tone down the “noise,” hike up the “signal!” – This simple analogy of life decisions was Peter Andrew Buffett’s message in his visit to Fresno last Saturday.

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Five years later, the Bulldog Pantry continues to serve

For more than five years, the Bulldog Pantry has served the community, providing food for hungry students and hundreds of low-income families.

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Eating disorders a cause for concern for freshmen

Entering college right out of high school brings a host of new challenges for many students. For some, the extreme change in lifestyle can be negative. Those who are unable to cope with the pressure run the risk of developing an eating disorder, a dangerous affliction that threatens their health and, in rare cases, can even be fatal.

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