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President Joseph Castro talks student success, AD search in Q&A

Although coming off a successful fundraising year of $43 million, the second highest in Fresno State’s history, Fresno State President Joseph Castro emphasized the challenges of balancing a budget and still delivering on the campus-wide goals he and his cabinet ...

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Racial achievement gap should be a top priority

On Wednesday, The Collegian published a story about the substantial disparity in graduation rates between whites and people of other ethnicities. The statistics should be shocking and a call to action to anyone who knows them: only 27.1 percent of ...

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ASI president clears up common misconceptions about the CSU and state budget

In Monday’s issue, students received the first installment of a three-part series on budgets and fees. This series is a collaborative effort between ASI and The Collegian. It is our hope that this series will help students become more informed about the budgets and fees that affect their student experiences.

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ASI reveals big plans for new budget

As Fresno State students wave farewell to summer and welcome piles of homework and midterms, the Associated Students, Inc. is preparing financially for the fall semester.

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Budget cuts, student fee raises

Fresno State’s latest student fee increase will begin in the fall semester, and why the fee increase is necessary depends on who you ask. Just how much that increase is remains unknown.

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Policy questions arise with new parking fine increase

The University Police Department announced last week that parking fines at Fresno State would be increasing beginning May 16th.

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Welty: Don’t raise IRA fee

Surely you’ve all seen the information about the proposed Instructionally Related Activity fee increase; it’s seemingly been everywhere.

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Students rally at Capitol for higher education funding

SACRAMENTO — The weather was rainy and cloudy, but the message was loud and clear: Students want legislators to stop budget cuts against higher public education funding.

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Student loans: What you should know

As tuition and fees begin to increase for CSU’s and UC’s alike, students are turning to various ways of paying for their education.

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UPD deals with potential lawsuit

The University Police Department at Fresno State is facing a possible lawsuit from Fresno County for unpaid fees owed to them.

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CSU: Don’t raise tuition

California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed, a much-maligned fellow in the eyes of many students, is proposing a 5 percent tuition increase for students in the upcoming semester, on top of which would be a 10 percent increase starting fall 2011.

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Services paid for by student fees

Even with tuition and fee increases, college education comes with some helpful services for students.

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What you get for the money

The Collegian broke down student fees as part of its in-depth series on the Instructionally Related Activity fee and how it is spent. This interactive presentation shows what students' fees paid for in the 2008-2009 academic year.

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Student fees to go up 10 percent

Fresno State is being forced to make new plans in adjusting to the country’s economic crisis.

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Out of harm’s way

Associated Students Inc. (ASI) has not been affected by the state budget crisis yet, but said it is looking to the future and focusing on student needs during this difficult economic time.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Everyone complains about Fresno State parking, we all know that it’s awful. I also find myself basically stalking a person for their parking space.

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IRA Fee referendum divides students

ASI isn’t just an outlet for residual high school overachievers to feel good about themselves while doing absolutely nothing. They do plenty. Most of the time, they decide to support some new referendum on the ballot.

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Campus Speak

What do you think of the proposed IRA fee referendum?

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