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If you could spend time anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I’ve had the privilege to travel to many different countries in my life and I’ve been a different person ever since. Traveling abroad changes a person in more ways than one. Most can be good however the learning process that ...

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Fresno State student witnesses reaction to attacks from France

“I was stupefied, initially scared,” Christina Cruz said. That was the reaction to Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris from a Fresno State student studying French in Lyon, a city that’s only a two-hour train ride away from the French capital. ...

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Empowering expression in the wake of tragedy

This is the part where the unity elicited by tragedy begins to fade, and the chorused calls of “Je Suis Charlie” begin to turn to faint echoes, becoming parts of stories that begin, “Remember when.” It’s been over a week ...

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NSA spying under scrutiny

With the disclosure by the National Security Agency (NSA) that it conducted both domestic and international spying on United States citizens and foreign leaders in the past year, the right of privacy in technology use has been the subject of ...

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The French connection makes a difference

The Fresno State men’s tennis team opened its first home tournament of the young season this past weekend during the Bulldog Classic.

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Gettin’ to know St. Patrick

For most, wearing the color green and pinching those who don’t, and going to parties and drinking massive amounts of beer are generally the activities most associated with the day that comes in the middle of March every year.

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Obama- très chic in Paris

Democratic presidential nominee Barack Omaba is not on any ballot in France - but he's a major figure on the national scene, practically a cultural icon.

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