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Madden Library welcomes new dean

Delritta Hornbuckle is the new dean of Library Services at the university’s Henry Madden Library. Hornbuckle will be filling the role of newly retired, Peter McDonald. She received her Masters of Library Science degree from the Pratt Institute in New ...

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Fresno State’s library features display on human trafficking

  “Human trafficking is modern day slavery.” These words are displayed with a new human trafficking display in the Henry Madden Library. Raymond Pun, the Library Diversity Committee’s co-chair, said the exhibit was there to bring awareness on campus. “Fresno ...

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Traveling exhibition to be hosted in Henry Madden Library

Henry Madden Library Diversity Committee will host a traveling exhibition, “Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness” Sept. 19 through Oct. 23. The exhibition will display the interconnectedness of wellness, illness and cultural life for Native Americans, Alaska ...

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Local residents share their stories for StoryCorps

She walked with Martin Luther King Jr. during the march and participated in the Civil Rights Movement – Graciela Martinez is one of the many interviewees who participated in StoryCorps. Hoping to share and preserve stories from 10 pairs of ...

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Honoring Philip Levine with reading room

A national poet laureate’s legacy lives on and will give students a space to be inspired and explore their own creativity.   Philip Levine was a Pulitzer Prize winner who taught at Fresno State from 1958-92 and was the national ...

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Library to remain open until midnight five nights a week

Fresno State’s Henry Madden Library has extended its hours and is now open until midnight. Over the past several years there has been a constant request from students for longer library hours, said Dave Tyckoson, associate dean of the Henry ...

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International Coffee Hour returns

Those interested in learning about different countries, continents and other places around the world might consider attending an International Coffee Hour presentation This Tuesday’s event included a presentation by Fresno State students Chieh-Ju Lin and Lin Qiang Xiang on Taiwan, ...

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Campus Column: ASI Elections 2015

The Collegian reached out to students running for Fresno State’s student government, Associated Students, Inc. The following are submissions sent by candidates on issues important to them and their campaign. Elections take place Tuesday, March 24 at 9 a.m. through ...

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Students utilize library services for finals

With less than a week of regular classes, Fresno State students are gearing up for finals week. Students are hard at work in the Henry Madden Library studying for finals. These often include exams, term papers and presentations.

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Library student services vary in popularity

Laptop checkouts rise, music and media rooms go unused Since its remodel in 2009, The Henry Madden Library has had 4,262,955 students, faculty and community members walk through its doors, but few of those people know all that it has ...

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Despite rumors of extinction, libraries still useful

As the largest library in the CSU system, the Henry Madden Library is a formidable presence on campus. But with the surge of technology, a question remains as to whether or not the need for so many housed books is necessary.

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Fresno State librarian’s career dedicated to helping others

Peggie Morgan is a 76-year-old library services specialist  who has been working at the library for 43 years, making her the longest working librarian at the Henry Madden Library.

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Library may require ID card for access

As the Henry Madden Library turns three years old this month, the library administration is discussing the implementation of a new system that will impact the Fresno community as a whole. Peter McDonald, the dean of library services, said the system essentially requires everyone using the library’s facilities to swipe his or her identification card upon entering the building.

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The Basket Weaver [comic]

"We think she might finish the basket tonight."

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Kennel Bookstore addresses hike on book prices

With the fall semester finally coming to a close, it’s time to turn in that last paper, present that final project and sell back those textbooks that probably cost an arm and a leg.

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Library Fatalities [comic]

Library Fatalities comic

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Letters to the Editor, 11-16-11

Letters for the Editor for November 16, 2011 including topics such as Pat Hill's performance, Facebook in the library, and campus safety.

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Concerns over bicycle racks to be addressed

Students have resorted to locking their bicycles to light poles and handrails after the University Police Department moved two bike racks near the Henry Madden Library entrance.

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