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Students seek inspiration at a young age

More than 500 Central Valley Asian-American and Pacific Islander students visited Fresno State’s North Gym to hear from community leaders to inspire a “journey to success.” The CSU Asian-American and Pacific Islander Initiative brought the third-annual “Journey to Success” conference ...

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“Top Ten Signs You’re Not in High School Anymore”

As an official college student for over a year now, I realize that I’m in a completely new environment. From longer classes to smaller desk sizes getting accustomed to this change became a process. As the semesters starting flying by ...

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Transgender activist talks gender dysmorphia

The Sociology Department held an event yesterday not just for students, but the transgender community in Fresno as well. Karen Adell Scot, a transgender woman and activist who teaches at Yosemite High School in Oakhurst, spoke on Thursday to give ...

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‘The Great Gatsby’ review: More good than great

In the case of this film, perhaps great is too strong of a word. Maybe “The Good Gatsby” would be more appropriate.

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CSU admissions freeze causes high school grads to face uncertain futures

High school students are worried that Fresno State’s projected spring enrollment freeze will affect their chances of getting into the university and staying close to home. “I’m really disappointed,” said Gabriel Gomez, a senior at Bullard High in west Fresno. “I wanted to take a semester off, and apply in the spring. Now, I may not even get in.”

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SupportNet aims to help struggling students

Adapting to the collegiate lifestyle is often a far cry from high school, and Fresno State offers a program to ensure its students make a smooth transition – especially the freshmen.

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2012 National Signing Day at Fresno State

2012 National Signing Day at Fresno State

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1,500 high school students to join ‘Dogs on Band Day

A typical Bulldog Marching Band halftime show is comprised of approximately 300 members, but imagine almost 2,000 people on the field at Bulldog Stadium performing in unison. This will be the reality on Saturday when 1,500 high school students join the Fresno State Bulldog Marching Band for its annual Band Day when the host Bulldogs take on Louisiana Tech.

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Music to their ears

High school kids from across the Valley invaded the music department’s concert hall Friday April 1 to perform in the 12th annual Fresno State High School Band Invitational.

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Two visionaries honored for creating University High School

A peaceful melody by the University High School choir opened a ceremony Tuesday morning to honor two distinguished visionaries who formulated the idea of a high school on a college campus. The event was held in the new stainless steel building next to the Alumni House.

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The major price of careers

Angela Salinas / The Collegian As a 16-year-old high school student, Renae Chavez was enthralled by her teacher Ms. Reese’s animated account of World War II. Each lecture was always the highlight of her day. It was in this class ...

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Fresno State, Fresno Unified announce partnership

Fresno State and the Fresno Unified School District have announced a partnership to provide guidance services and counselor training to promote a college-going culture in district schools.

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This adolescence

I just grew up a little. I blame student teaching. It seems so very silly – this adolescence. As I finished my fifth straight week of student teaching, I realized that my initial observation of college remains remarkably apparent.

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