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Gabino Palomares cantó para residentes de Fresno y estudiantes de Fresno State

Gabino Palomares ha compartido el escenario con muchos cantautores quienes han hecho su meta representar, mediante sus canciones, la voz de las poblaciones insuficientemente representadas. Su primer álbum, también nombrado como una de sus más reconocidas canciones “La Maldición de ...

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Dr. Alejandro Calderon-Urrea: fortaleciendo el conocimiento de la biología en Fresno State

Alejandro Calderon-Urrea es un profesor de biología en Fresno State, quien aparte de a haber recibido una extensiva educación internacional, también está involucrado en dos proyectos en el campus. Un proyecto se enfoca en algas, mientras el otro en pestes ...

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Healthy distractions

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Park it like it’s hot

More often than not, I roll into the parking lots at Fresno State with a “Hunger Games” type mentality. We’re all just vultures trying to survive as best as we possibly can, and that often means that we’re guilty of ...

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Bigger and better: Athletic funding part II

DG: Where is Fresno State headed in regards to conference membership? JB: I’ve talked with the president from the time I got hired until most recently. Our goal is to win our conference championship and get our facilities where they ...

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From Fresno to Indiana; Paul George on pace for an MVP season

Paul George played basketball for Fresno State from 2008-10. Per game George averaged 15.5 points, 6.7 rebounds, 2.4 assists, two steals and nearly one block. He finished his time at Fresno State ranked No. 5 on the all-time Fresno State ...

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Top Dog of the Week with Taylor Brown

DC: How long have you been riding? TB: Since I could walk or probably before then. DC: Do you have any memorable stories from when you were first learning how to ride? TB: No, there have just been stories my ...

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The last straw

THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS GRAPHIC LANGUAGE Enough is enough. How much more of a circus can the presidential election become before people put true patriotism over political allegiance? Donald Trump began his campaign by attacking Mexicans. He gained support by persecuting ...

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War Eagle? Sore eagle: ‘Dogs upset No. 1 Auburn

The No. 9 Fresno State women’s equestrian team upset the reigning national champion Auburn University on Friday at the Dovington Training Center in Felton, Delaware. The ‘Dogs handed the No. 1 Tigers their first loss since Nov. 6, 2015, beating ...

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Bartko backs Bulldogs

Athletic Director Jim Bartko has a tough job ahead of him as he tries to implement his vision for the athletic department. Bartko has been with the school since Jan. 1, 2015, and immediately made an impact. The Bulldog Stadium ...

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‘Dogs come close, but fall to Wolfpack

Another game. Another loss. Dropped passes, missed tackles and the inability to stop the run saw Fresno State lose 27-22 to the Nevada Wolfpack in Reno, last Saturday. Coach Tim DeRuyter even switched up the quarterbacks, giving backup Zach Kline ...

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Practice makes perfect

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Health unit now benefits rural communities and students alike

Teresa Marquez uses a red walker to make her travels on foot bearable. But in the rural town of Sanger, not all of her destinations can be reached easily on foot. Even when public transit is an option, the long ...

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Mental illness: erase the stigma

The first week in October is commemorated as National Mental Health Awareness Week. Tomorrow, Oct 6, is National Depression Screening Day. On the surface, weeks or days like this seem relatively unimportant to most. With the recent passing of National ...

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Debate strategies

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First year Fresno State MFA students share rough drafts

The stage was set with a chair and a microphone on Friday night at Mia Cuppa Caffe as first year Fresno State Master of Fine Arts Program creative writing students like Erica Hughes waited patiently for their names to be ...

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Volleyball team gets first conference win

The Fresno State volleyball team finished the weekend on a high note when it got its first conference win of the season, defeating the New Mexico Lobos 3-0 on Saturday afternoon. Head coach Lauren Netherby-Sewell is proud of the way ...

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Ask Amber

Q: Lately, I feel like I’m drowning. My schoolwork is never-ending, my boyfriend and I never see each other and I’m getting scheduled to work 40 hours a week at work. How do I manage to do all of those ...

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