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Hungry? Project rolling out meal vouchers

Several departments at Fresno State now make sure students in a pinch can get a free meal. “The Food Security Project works with departments on campus who may come in contact with food insecure students to provide training, resources and ...

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Foundation offers 60 $1,000 scholarships for students

The California Latino Legislative Caucus Foundation has opened up the chance for 60 students to receive $1,000 scholarships. The scholarships are meant to provide students with financial assistance. Eligible students are being encouraged to apply. Requirements for applying include: being ...

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Budget cuts again affect university

Following the trend of the last few years, Fresno State is implementing yet another budget cut for the 2011-12 fiscal year, with students and teachers seeing the largest effects. According to associate vice president of financial affairs Clint Moffitt, Fresno State’s budget is being cut by just less than $6 million for the fiscal year.

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Gov. Brown signs university disclosure bill

Earlier this month, Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 8, a university disclosure bill in an effort to bring transparency and accountability to universities and colleges in California.

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Gov’t acts with urgency

WASHINGTON — The Bush administration swung for the fences Friday with an unprecedented bailout of the financial sector that will cost taxpayers “hundreds of billions of dollars.” It jolted markets back to life for the day, but questions remained about whether the bold effort would actually work.

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