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McMaryion named offensive player of the week

Fresno State quarterback Marcus McMaryion was named Mountain West Offensive Player of the Week on Monday. The honor comes after one of the best performances of his career last Saturday at home against Boise State. He was 23-of-36 with two ...

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Bold, fearless and won’t back down

Candice White is aiming to lead the Fresno State women’s basketball team this season with her love, support and passion for the game. Starting off this year, White was named All-Mountain West Honorable Mention for the second time in her ...

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Your chance to see this weekend’s football championship

Fresno State is bussing 50 students to Saturday’s championship football game. The tickets are roundtrip to the Mountain West Championship between Fresno State and Boise State and are being provided by the university’s student government. On Monday evening, Associated Students ...

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Bulldogs drop second game of the season

The Fresno State women’s basketball team fell short on the road this Saturday against Texas State, 76-59. Of the ‘Dogs’ 59 points, 20 came from junior Candice White, who posted her season high. Freshman Maddi Utti also recorded her first ...

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Free throws key to ‘Dogs’ victory

The Fresno State men’s basketball team defeated Montana State at home Saturday 80-67 on the strength of a nearly career-high in scoring from junior guard Deshon Taylor. Taylor scored a season-high 31 points, one shy of his career-best mark of ...

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Bulldogs cap regular season with big win over Broncos

The Fresno State Bulldogs combined tough defense and big-play offense to upend conference rival Boise State 28-17 and return the Milk Can trophy to Bulldog Stadium on Saturday.  “I cannot tell you how happy and gratified I am to see ...

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Long-time professor, supporter of Fresno State’s ag college dies

Bob Glim, former Fresno State professor and supporter of the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology, has died. He was 101. Glim, originally from Pennsylvania, grew up within agriculture in Kerman. He studied at Fresno State before transferring to ...

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Women’s rights to center human rights event at Fresno State

Fresno State will host a National Human Rights Day event on Dec. 9 and will feature the Human Rights Coalition of the Central Valley. The theme of the event will be “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” and will feature keynote ...

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Stop gaslighting survivors and believe them

Ever since Harvey Weinstein’s sexual misconduct accusations, alleged sexual abusers are being outed left and right. Little is being left behind in the wake of empowered survivors of sexual assault finally feeling able to admit the trespasses of their harassers. ...

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‘Dogs dig deep on ‘Senior Day’

The Fresno State volleyball team defeated the Wyoming Cowgirls 3-1 on Saturday at its Senior Celebration in the Save Mart Center. “I think it was the most important win since I’ve been here,” senior Jacqueline Hutcheson said. “We haven’t had ...

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‘Dogs clinch West division with win in Wyoming

Fresno State clinched its spot in the Mountain West Championship game with a 13-7 win on the road against Wyoming on Saturday. “That was a physical football game,” head coach Jeff Tedford said. “Give Wyoming a lot of credit. They’re ...

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‘Dogs lose, but fight hard in first home dual since 2006

Even though the Bulldogs’ wrestling team lost 33-10 to No. 14-ranked Illinois last Friday in the long-awaited first home dual since 2006, they had some performances that gave the crowd plenty of reason to cheer. “It’s a start,” head coach ...

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Barking Bulldogs debaters finish season in third place

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this story has been corrected. The Fresno State Barking Bulldogs debate team has ended its first half of the 2017-18 season. The Barking Bulldogs ended the Robert Barbera Debate Tournament at California State University, ...

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ASI approves New USU for ballot, senator calls it ‘harassment’

The Associated Students Inc. senate voted on Wednesday to allow the New USU referendum on the voting ballot in the spring semester. At least one senator voiced his concerns on the latest vote by the student government. The vote had ...

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Plant Science Club receives top honors at national contest

Fresno State’s Plant Science Club won the president’s award at the Students of Agronomy, Soils and Environmental Sciences national club speech contest. This is the club’s fourth time winning the award since 2012. They beat other university teams including Iowa ...

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Genocide ripped a family apart. Uncovered letters tell their story

Adrienne Alexanian went to clean the closet of her late father not too long after he died. In the process, she uncovered an old chapter – personal experiences she hadn’t known about – of the Armenian Genocide. Her father, Yervant ...

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Sun Devils defense too hot for ‘Dogs

A fierce Arizona State defense deprived the Fresno State women’s basketball team of easy field goals and a victory Wednesday. Fresno State shot 28.6 percent from the field in the 81-49 loss. The ‘Dogs were unable to score more than ...

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Betsy DeVos is changing how we handle sexual misconduct

United States Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is challenging college students across the country to debate how the law and universities should handle allegations of sexual misconduct ranging from harassment to rape. The Secretary’s call to action is the latest ...

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