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Revitalization works with El Dorado youth

Gangs, drugs, vandalism and robbery are some of the unwanted activities in the community around Fresno State. However, Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is determined to make a stand for revitalization.

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Toy drive aims to benefit local families

The Bulldog Pantry, Associated Students, Inc., University Student Union Productions and the Greeks are uniting this holiday season to make Christmas for families in a need a happier occasion by hosting a toy drive.

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CSU funding further restored

California’s new budget pact, announced Wednesday, provides the financially drained CSU $139 million in one time additional funding. With the $106 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funding awarded last week, the total budget increase is approximately $365 million. ...

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Fraternities have answered the call

In the days following the release of “Greeks should help police with crackdown,” I have heard many different responses and reactions. Those close to the Greek Community have been outraged and are calling for retaliation; those against the Greek Community are supportive of the article. Unfortunately, there have been harsh comments from both sides.

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Greeks should help police with crackdown

As most Fresno-area residents are fully aware by now, a Highway 99 crash involving a Greyhound bus and a SUV resulted in the death of six people.

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Greek values: why not try dry?

Greek-letter organizations have purposes. It’s no admission to note their mission. Delta Zeta exists, in part, “to promote the moral and social culture of its members, and to develop plans for guidance and unity in action.” Sigma Chi would “cultivate ...

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‘Who’s in charge?’ explained

The Sept. 26 edition of The Collegian featured on its front page an article by news reporter Katrina Garcia under the headline, “Who’s in charge?” The article, referring to an alcohol-related incident involving members of the sorority Delta Zeta, posed the central question: When fraternities and sororities find themselves embroiled in issues with potential legal recourse, to whom do they turn, and to whom are they accountable?

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Who’s in charge?

A Collegian inquiry into an alcohol-related incident involving the Delta Zeta sorority found that the group did not inform its faculty adviser of its subsequent investigation. The inquiry has raised questions about what goes on the record for the university ...

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