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Collegian Online bloopers reel.

A montage of bloopers from the Collegian Online, Spring 11′

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Fresno State Debate Team back on campus

Students showcased their work through a debate to promote the revitalization of the Fresno State Debate Team.

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Pedro Ramirez wraps up the year

Pedro sits down with collegian multimedia director Allie Norton and tells how he thinks this year played out.

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Fresno State Floral laboratory top in Central California.

Fresno State’s Floral Laboratory is the top floral company based on a wedding site.

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Pat Hill Shares his experience of draft day.

Coach Pat Hill shares his thoughts and experience of draft day.

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Football spring scrimmage

Players showcase their skills before the start of the 2011 season.

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New York Times Vice President George Freeman visits Fresno State.

George Freeman visits Fresno State on Thursday, April 7, 2011. New York Times Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, gave a presentation on the Pentagon Papers, Wikileaks, and the First Amendment on campus.

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The Collegian’s Price is Right Adventure

On March 2nd the Collegian went to Hollywood for a taping of The Price Is Right.

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President of Gallaudet University comes to Fresno State

The President of Gallaudet University shares his visions and goals with faculty, students and visitors.

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St. Patty’s Day Festivities

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‘Dogs prepare for WAC tournament

As the regular season concludes, both basketball teams get ready for the WAC Tournament.

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Engineers benefit from High-Speed Rail.

On Wednesday February 23rd, the high speed rail project came to life when Thomas Tracy discussed the two phase project at Fresno State.

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Broken News Part 6

Weekly update of the University Police Department’s crime reports.

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Students talk Girl Scout cookies

Students share their Girl Scout cookie likes dislikes and what they would do if Girl Scouts stopped selling cookies.

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