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County all-star squad dominates in match against city all-stars

It took four sets for the county all-star volleyball team to defeat a city all-star squad 3-1 Tuesday night at Fresno State’s South Gym. The match was hosted for the 14th straight year by the Bulldogs men’s volleyball club, Redwave ...

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Fresno recharges water system with major project

Fresno’s major expansion of its water system, the Recharge Fresno project, is nearing completion. Recharge Fresno is an infrastructure project that will deliver treated surface water to more homes and businesses beginning the middle of this year. “Many of the ...

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Creativity comes to Fresno State during 36-hour hackathon

HackFresno celebrated its second annual 36-hourlong Hackathon, which aims to develop programs that can solve real-world problems. The nonstop design and innovation competition was held at Fresno State’s North Gym, Room 118, and started 9 p.m. on April 27, and ...

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Governor candidates all stand for cheaper college

Fresno business leaders had the opportunity to meet a group of candidates running for California governor both on and off screen Sunday evening. A gubernatorial debate watch-party and reception was hosted by the Fresno Chamber of Commerce at its downtown ...

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City of Fresno calls April 19, 2018 ‘Collegian Day’

The City of Fresno on Thursday awarded a proclamation to The Collegian student newspaper, naming April 19, 2018 as “Collegian Day” in the city. Councilman Paul Caprioglio handed Collegian staff the proclamation. It states that Fresno Mayor Lee Brand and ...

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Would you spend your birthday feeding the homeless? This student did.

The yellow afternoon light peeked through the thin openings of Jasmine Castillo’s kitchen window blinds. The rising steam from a giant pan glimmered in its path as she tapped a spoon against the metal, ready to scramble a batch of ...

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Fresno FC debut brings a sense of promise to the Valley, despite loss

The Central Valley has had soccer teams before – the Fresno Freeze, Fresno Fuego, among others. However, this team felt different, and you know what? So did the crowd. More than 7,000 fans braved the cold weather Saturday night to ...

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A new wave of beer-making has brought us bold flavors

When I first started drinking beer I did it because everyone else was doing it. But i didn’t quite enjoy it. I always thought it was bitter and I didn’t like the flavor. I really didn’t think I was ever ...

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Gun battle erupts across from Fresno State

As The Collegian went to press Tuesday night, one man was fighting for his life in a hospital bed. It was the result of a gun battle that erupted at the University Inn across from the Save Mart Center. Fresno ...

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They aren’t your regular books or magazines. Behold, a zine

In a small room at Common Space in Downtown Fresno, about a dozen people recently gathered to read. Except, it wasn’t the typical book or magazine in their hands. It was a zine. Zines are often defined as self-published, homemade ...

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Downtown Fresno to celebrate Chinese New Year in March

Chinatown Revitalization Inc. has planned its 18th annual Chinese New Year Parade and Festival for Saturday, March 3, in Downtown Fresno. The festival will celebrate the beginning of the Year of the Dog and will feature lion dance performance teams, ...

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And the Victor E. stage design winner is…

Guess who has a stage all to himself? A personalized, mobile stage is now a reality for Fresno State mascot Victor E. after a team was named the winner in the battle for a stage design. Four finalists, three individuals ...

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Where are we on women’s rights in the US? Event offers a glimpse

Equality for women was the message, and the ones calling for it were women. Room 118 in Fresno State’s North Gym hosted the “Women’s Rights are Human Rights” event on Saturday in commemoration of Human Rights Day. The event was ...

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He is the backbone of university communications. After 30 years, he is retiring

Many have read his writing for Fresno State News, have seen him at countless campus events and may have recently read about his induction as a Hall of Fame fellow to the media, communications and journalism department in November. Tomorrow, ...

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University to pull student teachers if strike happens

Ongoing developments in Fresno Unified School District affairs could affect aspiring teachers at Fresno State. The Fresno Bee reported on Nov. 17 that the university will pull more than 200 hundred student-teachers from their assigned schools if Fresno Unified School ...

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Students can now do hands-on research at new forensics lab

Criminology students are getting hands-on experience with a new lab in their department. Fresno State students and faculty in the criminology department were used to consulting with professors at their offices or in general classrooms. But this semester, the new ...

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Safety walk focuses on more lighting on, near campus

A campus safety walk took place last week to continue the effort by the university to identify areas in need of more light at night. Along with Associated Students Inc. senators, Fresno State’s vice president for administration and associate vice ...

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Provision in House GOP tax plan could stress graduate students

Republicans in the Senate last week voted yes to overhaul the country’s tax code. With the House already having approved its version, Congress is set to compromise on a tax reform bill that could be sent to the president for ...

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