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Denim Day kicks off Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Sam Desatoff April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and there are a number of activities on campus promoting the prevention of sexual assault. Today from noon to 2 p.m. in the Free Speech Area, the 15th annual Denim Day ...

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ASI rejects Jesus statue resolution, may fund ammunition for trap and skeet team

Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. rejected a resolution calling for the support of building a Jesus statue in the Peace Garden and also approved funding for the Gun Club’s trap and skeet team for new uniforms and, possibly, shotgun shells. ...

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MLK remembered through service

For years, Fresno State has embodied what Martin Luther King Jr. Day is all about: service. Fresno State has volunteered 1 million or more community service hours since the 2009-2010 school year. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is part of ...

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Professor hopes to add Native American presence in Peace Garden

More than 70 people gathered at the Fresno State Peace Garden Wednesday night to celebrate the 144th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, an influential Indian figure who helped his country gain its independence from Britain.

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Stop the hate, stop the violence. [Gallery]

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Cesar Chavez Day celebrated

A small crowd of people sat in the University Student Union Pavillion to celebrate the legacy of Cesar Chavez on Thursday. Cesar Chavez was known for his efforts as a farm-labor rights leader and developing the National Farm Workers Association.

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Protest part of nationwide action

Students, educators, staff and community members took to the streets Thursday as part of a nationwide day of action, and ended with a sit-in.

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