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Media professionals join students for night of recognition

The green screens in the broadcast studio in the Speech Arts Building were traded for elegant black curtains last week as the media, communications and journalism department honored scholarship recipients, fellows and two hall of famers. Hannah Wrathall, a fourth-year ...

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MCJ department changes its name

Fresno State’s Mass Communication and Journalism Department has changed its name to “Media, Communications and Journalism” upon approval of the university’s Academic Senate. What was the motivation for changing the “M” in MCJ? Betsy Hays, professor at the college of ...

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Fresno State student suspended after social media threat to shoot female students

Editor’s note: The Collegian does not name the suspect(s) in mass shootings or the threat of one. A Fresno State football player was arrested by the Fresno State Police Department on Monday after admitting to threatening to shoot female students ...

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Safety is everyone’s responsibility

This semester, there have been reports of scams on campus, a shooting just off campus and an incident in which a student cut his hand while grabbing for a knife he was being threatened with in the Palazzo Apartments at ...

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Student memorialised in social media campaign

Six months after a tragic vehicle collision took the life of Fresno State alumna Molly Griffin, her family wants to honor her by remembering how Molly lived – with kindness. The family now hopes to make August 26 “Molly Day” ...

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The actual issue with “Grand Theft Auto”

A friend sent me an iPhone video of his experience picking up the latest installment of Grand Theft Auto—known simply as GTA V. The video shows a mass of people—men, women, and children, middle aged to pre-teens—standing in crude formation ...

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Ethics and the new media

The news of Joe Paterno’s death on Sunday morning shook not only the college football world, but the entire sports landscape as well. However, it was news, or, rather, misinformed news, released hours prior to Sunday’s announcement that reminded student-journalists just how powerful the press can be.

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Letters to the Editor, 11-14-11

Letters to the Editor for November 14th, 2011, including topics such as thoughts on the tobacco-free campus resolution by ASI President Selena Farnesi, the Occupy Movement, bias in the media, and more.

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Library provides hands-on study material

When studying for a class or preparing a research project, students can utilize services in the Henry Madden Library that provide more than just books.

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Since 1998, Joe Moore has been tuned in to KFSR

Behind two extra-heavy doors and surrounded by soundproof walls, campus radio station KFSR-FM 90.7 is tucked inside the Speech Arts building -- away from the eyes of most students.

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VIDEO: Jan. 30, 2008: Super Bowl Traditions

The Collegian Online asks about Super Bowl traditions.

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Political ad campaigns fall behind technological change in media

Television and radio advertisements continue to be the main ways political candidates target their audiences and relay their messages. Political campaign advertising sticks to traditional media rather than Internet advertising because that’s what works, campaign experts said.

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