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Campaign asks how ‘Men can stop rape’

Fresno State’s Cross Cultural and Gender Center (CCGC) is asking men on campus to take a stand against sexual assault by participating in the poster campaign, “Men Can Stop Rape.” The campaign consists of a series of images of men ...

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Health on wheels

Fresno State nursing students are providing free health services to the community. Since spring 2015, Fresno State’s nursing program has used a mobile unit on loan from the Fresno County Office of Education to help rural communities and the underserved. ...

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Fresno State to honor alumnus Marquez

Fresno State alumnus Anthony Marquez, the Los Angeles bureau chief for the Associated Press, died Feb. 9 due to complications from cancer at 55. The university will honor Marquez by posting the campus flags at half-staff on Thursday. Marquez graduated ...

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Online tool helps create healthier lifestyle

Did you know there is a tool that can measure how many trees you’ll encounter on your way to the park? The Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development stopped by Fresno State on Tuesday to showcase the EnviroAtlas ...

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Mindfulness: a ‘practical technique’ for stress relieving

At a relaxed event Monday, an educator helped students dig deep into the concept of mindfulness, something that took playing with coloring books, paint and puzzles. “Mindfulness is one of the most powerful and practical techniques for dealing with stress,” ...

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Participation leads to advocacy, ASI gets students involved

Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. is searching for ways to get students involved after several projects have failed. Last year, the ASI executive team decided to discontinue “Thirsty Thursdays.” The event was an opportunity for students to meet their ASI ...

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Letters to legislators ask for student love

The California Faculty Association (CFA) spent Valentine’s Day obtaining signatures across campus in support of student success, hoping Sacramento can return the love. Diane Blair, a professor in the department of communication, serves as the president for the CFA Fresno ...

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Pride in a new quad

About 100 people gathered, along with Victor E. III, as Fresno State formally dedicated the newly renovated quad Tuesday afternoon by cutting a red ribbon. “I am ecstatic to have such an aesthetically pleasing common area for students to study, ...

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Raider Challenge: The fight to be on top

Fresno State’s Bulldog Stadium was transformed Saturday into a military competition headquarters as students from the Central Valley Army Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) programs fought to be the best in the third annual Fresno State Raider Challenge. “Teams ...

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Panelists tackle ‘fake news’ urge public to fact-check

It was standing room only at the Alice Peters Auditorium last Thursday for a lecture on the emergence and threat of “fake news.” The Leon S. Peters Ethics lecture, a series sponsored by the Ethics Center, was a panel discussion, ...

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Furry friends make the best Valentines

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Embracing love at every difference

We’ve heard it all before – Feb 14 is a day celebrated by corporate gluttons selling overpriced candy and flowers and designed only for those lucky enough to be romantically in love with someone. While the day is just a ...

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March referendum to include two new senate positions

Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. has approved a referendum for adding two new senate positions for the student body to vote on in the March election. The positions are for senators of veteran and transfer affairs and diversity, equity and ...

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Fair teaches students to ‘love themselves’

February is a month all about love and Fresno State is encouraging students to love themselves with its “I Heart Me” campaign. The midday event on Wednesday took place on the University Student Union’s balcony, where open-air booths invited students ...

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Citrus packing couldn’t ‘Bee Sweet’er

Fresno State’s Grosse Industrial Technology Building filled with the smell of fresh citrus and a buzz of excitement as the Jordan College of Agriculture and Industrial Technologies welcomed guests Feb. 8 to view its new packing line. For Jim Marderosian, ...

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Students deserve to feel safe

As Fresno State students, we are no strangers to crime alerts flooding our emails and receiving texts regarding attempted burglary, aggravated assault or a serial groper. Not only are we notified of the crime, but we are given a laundry ...

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Career Readiness Academy prepares Fresno for a better tomorrow

The Fresno State Division of Continuing and Global Education is hoping to enrich the Fresno community by offering free classes for persons wanting to brush up on their business skills through its Career Readiness Academy. The workshops, although part of ...

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Lobby efforts planned to oppose tuition hike

A sea of pamphlets reading “Reclaim CSU” were held by students during an informational meeting on Feb. 1 to discuss lobbying on the possible tuition increase in the next academic year. “Given that most CSU (California State University) students already ...

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