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Marcus McMaryion: Home is where the heart is

Fresno State quarterback Marcus McMaryion’s amatuer football journey began and will most likely end in the Central Valley. Throughout the way there was that detour to Oregon State. McMaryion, a Dinuba native, still remembers not being offered a scholarship by ...

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Political reporter Robert Costa to lecture on the Trump presidency

Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro will welcome national political reporter and moderator Robert Costa as part of the “President’s Lecture Series” on Oct. 16 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Save Mart Center. Costa is a national political ...

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Panel to focus on the ‘Religion of Peace’

A panel on the “Religion of Peace” will be held in honor of the International Day of Conflict Resolution on Oct 16. The panelists include representatives from different religious affiliations from across the valley. The event will be held between ...

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‘Fresno State Focus’ begins airing on Oct. 11

Fresno State Media, Communications and Journalism students will be airing their first public affairs program, “Fresno State Focus,” of the Fall 2017 semester on Oct. 11. The first show will air at 6 p.m. on Comcast channel 94, and will ...

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Alumni association names its 2017 Top Dog, view list of honorees

The Fresno State Alumni Association named alumna Kim Ruiz Beck, who is chairperson of Ruiz Foods, as its 2017 Top Dog. Ruiz belongs to the class of 1988. Ruiz Beck will be honored with the 2017 Distinguished Alumna award at ...

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Here’s how you can pie an ASI member on Tuesday

Have you ever wanted to pie someone in the face? Now is your chance. Students can throw a pie at an Associated Students, Inc. member on Tuesday as part of this week’s homecoming celebrations. “Pie an ASI” will be from ...

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‘Bitter Harvest:’ Romance during the Holodomor

Director George Mendeluk invited people to “enter the world of the lovers” at Fresno State CineCulture’s screening of “Bitter Harvest.” “Bitter Harvest” is about Yuri’s (played by Max Irons) struggle against Stalin (played by Gary Oliver) and the Holodomor, a ...

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Dancing dreams come true

Former Bulldog Mackenzie Domingues is making her dreams come true this year with the Sacramento Kings’ dance team. “This was my dream, and I was going to achieve it,” Domingues said. “When I set my heart to something, I do ...

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‘Dogs recapture Valley Trophy

Fresno State spoiled San Jose State’s homecoming Saturday with the defense setting the tone and leading the Bulldogs to a 27-10 victory, recapturing the Valley Trophy for the first time since 2014. “It’s always nice to come away with a ...

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Here are nine ways you can stay safe at Fresno State

In light of the Las Vegas mass shooting on Oct. 1, Fresno State released a video on social media with nine safety tips from Fresno State Police Chief David Huerta. “You’re in charge of your own safety,” Huerta said. From ...

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Las Vegas shooting victim remembered at Gandhi event

In show of love, more than 100 people honored Kelsey Meadows, the former Fresno State student who became a victim of the Las Vegas mass shooting on Oct.1. The crowd gathered at the Peace Garden for the 27th annual Mahatma ...

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Top Dog of the Week: Keesean Johnson

Wide receiver KeeSean Johnson’s successful efforts in the offseason to add 14 pounds to his frame may go unnoticed, but what can’t be ignored is Johnson’s efforts on the field. His stellar play has earned him this week’s Top Dog ...

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Inside San Jose State football: A conversation with the Spartan Daily sports editor

Coming off a win in the conference opener against Nevada, Fresno State is 2-2 and gearing up to face rival San Jose State on Saturday. The Spartans are 1-5, with their only win coming against Cal Poly. The Collegian spoke ...

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The Raiders just can’t catch a break

When fans saw Raiders quarterback and Fresno State alum Derek Carr lie motionless on the turf in Mile High Stadium in Denver, no doubt many were thinking: Oh no. Not again. Please not again. That’s what happens when your franchise ...

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Letter to the editor: New Student Union – for the students, by the students

By Yadira Valenzuela Last year, the “Bold New U” referendum failed. It did not fail for a “plethora” of reasons as a few voices have implied, it failed for two main reasons: lack of student involvement and misinformation regarding the project. ...

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Health center makeover almost complete

Fresno State’s Student Health and Counseling Center has been undergoing reconstruction for over a year now, but this month all of that work should be completed. According to information provided by Deborah Adishian-Astone, vice president for administration and associate vice ...

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A campus that fosters knowledge, boldness and… Naruto runs?

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‘Dogs open conference play with dominant win

The Fresno State Bulldogs earned their first conference win since 2015, defeating the Nevada Wolfpack Saturday 41-21 behind the performance of newly-appointed starting quarterback Marcus McMaryion. “I am satisfied for tonight,” said head coach Jeff Tedford. “Like I said, it ...

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