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Once he needed a wish, now he’s making them happen

A Fresno State athlete is using his class project as a chance to spread holiday cheer. Track athlete Jahwanza Lawford and a group of students are taking part in “Macy’s Believe” campaign benefitting the Make-A-Wish foundation for a project in ...

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Fresno State pen pal program helps Wolters Elementary students

By Gilbert Magallon   With the help of Fresno State sociology professor Dr. Sarah Whitley and her pen pal program, students have been given the opportunity to positively influence sixth-graders at Wolters Elementary School near Fashion Fair Mall. “They’re trying to ...

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Letters to the Editor

My parents were born in Mexico and recently became U.S. citizens. Their transition was not easy. Their struggles and hardships were my driving agents to pursue a higher education.

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Letters to the editor

Can it be true? Is Fresno State really not allowing students in to the Satellite Student Union for the Meg Whitman and Jerry Brown debate? With students paying more for their college experiences than ever before and the Master Plan just a bloated, rotting corpse, this comes as no surprise. Students are constantly reminded that there is no need for their input and the paternalist administrators will make all decisions as they see fit.

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Students write relief to children’s hospital patients

In his epistle to the saints, Jude gave counsel for those of spiritual weakness. He encouraged those of spiritual strength for their “compassion, making a difference.” A children’s research hospital in Memphis, Tenn., which bears the name of the disciple Jude, is requesting that everyone who is able to write their own epistles for those in need of physical relief.

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