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New coach Hutson says ‘it’s time to get the old Red Wave back’

Fresno State interim athletic director Steve Robertello named Justin Hutson the new men’s basketball coach on April 4 after news began to break the night before. In a late-night tweet last Wednesday, Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro piqued interest ...

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Wednesday night event at Fresno State discusses King-inspired ‘Poor People’s Campaign’

Wednesday marked 50 years since the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr on April 4, 1968, at a motel in Memphis, Tennessee. About 30 members of the SEIU Local 1000 labor union and the California Faculty Association (CFA)  gathered in ...

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Will Fresno State bring back men’s soccer?

Soccer has been a big part of the Central Valley, and the admiration for the sport has hit an all-time high with the introduction of the professional soccer club, Fresno FC. In March, during Fresno FC’s opening night against the ...

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Top 3 moments in Fresno State sports history

In a sporting sense, the Bulldogs have quite the pedigree. Fresno State is nationally-known for producing some of the best athletes in sports today and in years past. With them came some of the best moments in school history. From ...

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Texan turned Californian dominates

When one thinks of sports most likely to be played in Texas, water polo doesn’t necessarily come to mind. But Fresno State freshman water polo standout Callie Woodruff might just be ready to change all of that. Woodruff grew up ...

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Here’s what happened at the USU Board’s first meeting since vote

Nearly two weeks after the historic New University Student Union (USU) referendum, the USU board of directors took a moment Tuesday to celebrate the result. Sixty-seven percent of voters in the 2018 Associated Students, Inc. elections approved the New USU. ...

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We need a long-term plan, not a quick fix

The Fresno State men’s basketball team has more questions than answers as the NCAA basketball season draws to a close. At the top of the list, undoubtedly, is: who’s the new coach? A coach who fits best not only for ...

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Bulldogs Wins Series Against The Dirtbags

Led by an impressive performance by pitcher Edgar Gonzalez in Game 3, the Fresno State baseball team was able to take the last two games of a three-game series against the Long Beach State Dirtbags at home. Coming off a ...

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Danielle East throws a no-hitter in first MW road series

Fresno State’s softball team traveled to New Mexico over the weekend in its first Mountain West road series. Losing Game 1 of a three-game series to a walk-off, the ‘Dogs were able to bounce back with back-to-back wins and a ...

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Water Dogs’ offense falls short against UC San Diego

Fresno State’s water polo team had one of its best offensive performances of the season, but still fell short to UC San Diego, 13-11 at the Aquatics Center on March 31. The first few minutes of the match went scoreless ...

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Sex on campus has changed over the years

These days, I hear that the hot spots besides the dorms for having sex on campus are the far corners of the basement in the north wing of Henry Madden Library and certain one-stall restrooms around campus. Things haven’t changed ...

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Should university research policies apply to Facebook surveys by students?

Who knew that moderating polls or surveys on a Fresno State-oriented Facebook group could get so controversial? I found out the week before spring break how contentious it can get. Recently, the Collegian ran a story about the final ASI ...

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Where is Fresno State’s school pride?

A few weeks ago I was eager to see the Fresno State Men’s Basketball team play in the Mountain West Tournament against San Diego State, however it was a school day and I had class later that day. My plan ...

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There was a glitch in the ASI voting system. Here’s why there won’t be a recount

A glitch in the electronic voting system used in the 2018 Associated Students, Inc. elections has cast some doubt on the system and the results. According to an election dispute document made public to students on March 24, ASI’s Student ...

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Women’s basketball shows a lot of promise in final game

I tried to remain unbiased, I really did. But the Fresno State’s women’s basketball team made that an impossible task in their Women’s Basketball Invitational quarterfinal game against Nevada Monday night. I tried to keep my composure and watch the ...

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City of Fresno employee named VP of water, sustainability

Fresno State announced the appointment of Thomas C. Esqueda Thursday as the first associate vice president in water and sustainability at the university, according to a news release. The position was created to help Fresno State in its mission to ...

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Wack is back: ASI VP takes the presidency

By Razmik Cañas & Angelica Hernandez  As raindrops fell early Thursday morning, Demi Wack stood in front of the Henry Madden Library to give one last push to students to come out and vote for her for president of Fresno ...

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North Gym 118 wasn’t always the meeting place it is today

Have you ever wondered if North Gym 118 has always been a conference room? It used to house an aquatics center. Before the aquatics center was built eight years ago, Room 118 was a swimming pool. It was built in ...

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