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Fresno State Police encourage student safety awareness

It’s a natural inclination when a crime is observed to dial 911. However, when at Fresno State, authorities say there is a better number to call.

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Fresno State promotes healthy faculty with wellness fair

The Department of Human Resources hosted the Benefits Fair and Wellness Expo, a joint annual event planed in conjunction with the Office of Employee Assistance and Wellness. The event was held Wednesday in the Satellite Student Union.

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’Dogs prepare for Tulsa’s offense

In what could be a display of offensive firepower between Fresno State and the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, the ’Dogs will lean heavily on their offensive attack.

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Setting up the kill

In sports, possibly the biggest cheers and fan praises are reserved for the players who rack up goals, points, touchdowns—and kills.

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Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization hosts competition

Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization (CEO) is a premier entrepreneurship network for pre-professional students with over 240 chapters across America, with one here at Fresno State.

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’Dogs stampede Buffaloes

The Bulldogs really lived up to the new team mantra, “fast, physical, fanatical,” in a crush-ing 69-14 victory over Colorado Saturday.

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Jordan center planned for construction

The Jordan College of Agriculture Sciences and Technology received a $29.4 million gift three years ago from the Jordan family that, in the near future, will lead to a new research center on campus designed to enrich the learning experience ...

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Rouse runs away with rushing record

It probably couldn’t have happened under more ideal circumstances.

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Fresno State Bulldogs crush the Colorado Buffaloes

The Fresno State Bulldogs crushed the Colorado Buffaloes Saturday night 69-14. Robbie Rouse surpassed the all-time rushing record at Fresno State. Safety Phillip Thomas had three interceptions to tie the Mountain West record. Two of those interceptions were returned for ...

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Students search for breast cancer cure

  For the past few years, the science laboratories at Fresno State have been researching the possible links between pesticides and different forms of cancer such as pancreatic and breast cancer.

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Faculty art show draws in students

The Conley Art Gallery at Fresno State is the current home to artwork that was painted, sculpted and shaped by Fresno State faculty members.

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‘Dogs make strong effort, but fall short

Although Fresno State was defeated by fourth-ranked Oregon, 42-25 Saturday, the ’Dogs showed that they can compete with elite Division I teams.

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‘Dogs sweep Aggies in Fresno State Classic

Fresno State (5-3) picked up its first home win of the season today in its 3-0 sweep against UC Davis. The Bulldogs set the pace early on and took control in the in the first set, a 25-23 win. Although ...

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In memory of Philip Dhanens [gallery]

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Fresno State suspends recognition of Theta Chi fraternity following death of pledge member

Fresno State has suspended recognition of Theta Chi fraternity following the tragic death of a student following a night of drinking at the off-campus fraternity house. Philip Dhanens, 18, of Bakersfield, a Theta Chi pledge, died Sunday at a local hospital.

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Peters Building classroom changes, 8/28/12

All classrooms and offices in the Peters Business Building will close at 5 p.m. today – Tuesday, August 28, 2012 – to allow for unexpected high-voltage electrical repairs. Classes will be relocated to other buildings tonight.

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There’s no place like home

As Fresno State’s livelihood returns in the midst of the August heat, students snooze their alarms for a few extra minutes of sleep – thirty in my case – before rising to begin another semester of term papers, PowerPoint presentations and dare I say fun.

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President Welty announces retirement

The Satellite Student Union was alive with murmurs as President John D. Welty announced at the faculty and staff fall assembly that this would be his last year with Fresno State as he plans to retire in the summer of 2013.

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