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Blue eAlarms given out at Fresno State in hopes to create a safer campus

In the name of safety, Fresno State recently unveiled a new Fresno Police Department satellite office near the campus and installed LED lights at Cedar and Shaw avenues. And now, there’s something more tangible for students to use as an ...

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Convenience a key factor in search for housing

Students weigh several factors in deciding where to live during the school year — nearby options including Campus Edge, University Courtyard, Palazzo, and both Bulldog and University Village. Destiny Parchment, a junior from Los Angeles who is majoring in food ...

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Students make a home in University Courtyard

As yet another school year is upon us, students are quickly settling into both their academic lives and their personal lives. Like the age-old adage says, home is where the heart is, and for a portion of Fresno State students, ...

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Housing near campus gives students options

For many first-year college students, choosing a college to attend can be a tough decision. Another task that many incoming students may face is deciding where to live. With so many options available, incoming students are left with the decision of what kind of student living best suits their needs.

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University HOPE helps build homes

University HOPE (Housing OPportunities through Education) is a non-profit organization with a mission to “give families hope one house at a time.” The organization builds homes for low-income families in an effort to improve neighborhoods.

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‘Green’ housing community launches

There’s a movement going on in northeast Fresno with the goal of creating a place that resembles the safe communities of decades ago, and some Fresno State staff are hoping to be a part of it. La Querencia, Fresno’s first cohousing community, is a project that is looking to provide an “intergenerational, earth-friendly neighborhood based on simple-living values.” Four Fresno State professors and administrators are involved with the project that is aimed for completion in the late summer of 2008.

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