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Bitwise Industries CEO to speak at Fresno State

Jake Soberal, CEO of local tech company Bitwise Industries, will give a lecture at Fresno State titled “How to Fix America’s Most Broken City: The Bitwise Story” on Jan. 20. Soberal will explore how Bitwise promotes the incubation of new ...

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Approved motion ensures equal opportunity on campus

Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) approved a motion on Dec. 1 to adopt the Academic Senate Resolution in Support of Campus Diversity and Freedom of Expression, which was passed at its final meeting of the Fall 2016 semester. The ...

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Former student impacts community through volunteering

A former Fresno State student is helping bring change to the community by the simple philosophy of lending a helping hand to those in need. Justin Kamimoto grew up with a supportive family that always instilled in him morals to ...

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‘Valley Fever’ is not that hot

I had high hopes for Katherine Taylor’s “Valley Fever.” I really did. While there were moments I was completely engrossed in what I was reading, a lot of the time everything ended up falling flat. Ingrid Palamede is our narrator, ...

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Luis Chavez wins Fresno City Council District 5 seat

Luis Chavez has won the Fresno City Council District 5 seat, according to the Fresno County Registrar of Voters. On election night, a few dozen of his friends and community leaders gathered at his house to support his campaign. Chavez ...

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Republican Lee Brand elected as Fresno mayor

Fresno City Councilman Lee Brand has been elected as the mayor of Fresno, according to the Fresno County Registrar of Voters. He bested his opponent – Fresno County Supervisor Henry Perea – taking a little over 53 percent of the ...

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Rams shutout Bulldogs

Fresno State lost its eighth straight football game Saturday, a first in the program’s history. The Colorado State Rams shut out the Bulldogs 37-0, dropping the Bulldogs’ record to 1-9.   Fresno State’s defense started strong, forcing a turnover on ...

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Los candidatos para la alcaldía de Fresno dan su declaración sobre temas importantes en la comunidad

La elección el 8 de noviembre no está limitada a sólo la Casa Blanca. Aquí en Fresno, el concejal de Fresno Lee Brand y el miembro de la junta de supervisores del condado de Fresno Henry Perea continúan su enfrentamiento. ...

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Fresno mayoral candidates give their take on presidential candidates, campus security and the Latino vote

The Nov. 8 election is not limited to The White House. Here in Fresno, Fresno City Council Member Lee Brand and Fresno County Board Supervisor Henry Perea are facing off, debate after debate, to win the endorsements of Fresno departments, ...

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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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8 Activities for October Festivities

The pumpkin spice lattes are out and the weather is cooling down (well, as much as it can for Fresno).  October is here! I’ve provided a list of activities to celebrate the autumnal season with friends. For Halloween Fright Fans: ...

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’Dogs look to turn season around against Nevada

Head football coach Tim DeRuyter is looking to get his team back on track in the Mountain West as the Bulldogs travel to Reno to face the Nevada Wolfpack on Saturday for the team’s second conference game. Coming off a ...

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Maná y su Latino Power Tour trajo no sólo música sino mucho más

El concierto de Maná, aparte de a haber iniciado la noche el 20 de septiembre con la canción “Manda Una Señal” del álbum “Amar es Combatir”, tomó una ruta la cual proveyó material educativo y sorprendente. La presentación demostró el ...

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Blame it all on his roots

Fans who attended the opening show of the Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood at the Save Mart Center on Friday night were not disappointed. Brooks said it was the best opening show he had ever been a part ...

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A glimpse into the historical relationship between Fresno and Japan

Maiko Tamagawa, counsel general of Japan in San Francisco, will present a lecture, “Fresno and Japan: Friends through History” on Friday. The discussion will be on the historical relationship between Fresno and Japan, the role of Japanese-Americans in history and ...

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Slumlord housing exists and Fresno State students can help

Fresno has a century-old intolerable problem: slumlord housing, predominantly in West Fresno. Slumlords are landlords out for profit who neglect the health and safety of their vulnerable residents. There are housing codes and regulations that are supposed to be upheld. Codes and ...

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Fresno native to finish prestigious internship in Washington, D.C.

Fresno native Monserrath Sanchez will soon be completing her internship with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI). Sanchez has been interning in Rep. Xavier Becerra’s Capitol Hill office in Washington, D.C. CHCI provides paid spring, summer and fall internships in ...

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Collegian scores Hostetter as new adviser

Veteran Fresno reporter George Hostetter has joined the Fresno State family as the adviser to The Collegian, the university’s student-run newspaper. Hostetter is one of the most esteemed reporters in Fresno, according to many who spoke of him when he ...

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