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ASI Notebook: Two Senators announce their resignation

The Associated Students Inc. convened last Wednesday evening for the first meeting of the spring 2018 semester. Announcement of resignations The meeting began with the surprise resignation announcements from two senators – Senator of Veteran and Transfer Affairs Cody Sedano ...

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Deal could bring New York Times digital subscription by December

After severing ties with The Fresno Bee earlier this semester, Associated Students, Inc. voted on Wednesday in favor of a new partnership with The New York Times as a part of their campus-wide readership program. This, along with lengthy discussion ...

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New York Times columnist speaks at Fresno State

Conservative New York Times columnist David Brooks spoke to a packed house of hundreds Tuesday evening at Fresno State’s Satellite Student Union, sharing anecdotes from his life and lessons he learned about character while writing his latest book. “I have ...

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Fifth annual WordFest brings best-selling author to campus

Writing enthusiasts from across the city swarmed the Fresno State campus Saturday for the fifth annual WordFest — a day of learning, collaboration and a creative exploration of the craft and art of writing. On Saturday, New York Times best-selling ...

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Club debates current issues

Phi Alpha Delta, a pre-law fraternity on campus, hosted an open forum debate Wednesday night in the Henry Madden Library on current issues such as the Second Amendment, water allocation in California and National Surveillance Agency’s surveillance of American citizens.

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New York Times bureau chief gives insights

Reporting on the serious social issues of Central America and working as a journalist for the “blow horn” that is the New York Times has its challenges, said the newspaper’s bureau chief for the turbulent area. Randal Archibold, the New ...

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Immigration addressed at symposium

Immigration was the topic of discussion at the 2013 Roger Tatarian Journalism Symposium. The event took place at Fresno State’s Satellite Student Union on Wednesday. The event was cosponsored by the Department of Mass Communications and Journalism, as well as ...

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A Monster of a problem

As college students, we have all had those nights when it’s 2 a.m. and you have a paper and two exams the next day. Some students will make a pot of tea; others will keep pounding cups of coffee. Many ...

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Recent gas price averages flirt with Fresno’s all-time high

In Fresno, the current average price per gallon for regular gasoline spiked 45.9 cents from last month’s average, according to the AAA’s Fuel Gauge Report.

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For students, the Times stands still

Weekday mornings on campus, Itzel Lopez struggles to find a copy of The New York Times.

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Tolerance now a foreign concept

In the days following the intentional, ill-willed attacks at the U.S. embassy in Libya, violent anti-American protests continued outside the doors of many U.S. embassies, including our headquarters in Yemen and Cairo. As most of us may know, the initial ...

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New York Times Vice President George Freeman visits Fresno State.

George Freeman visits Fresno State on Thursday, April 7, 2011. New York Times Vice President and Assistant General Counsel, gave a presentation on the Pentagon Papers, Wikileaks, and the First Amendment on campus.

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New York Times vice president visits campus

George Freeman wanted to make sure all of the students present weren’t expecting to see Charlie Sheen — after all, the room was overflowing with Fresno State students and faculty.

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Don’t care if you ask or tell

Last week an attempt to repeal the Clinton-era policy Don’t Ask Don’t Tell (DADT) as part of a military spending bill in the U.S. Senate failed to garner the 60 votes needed to end debate and pass the legislation. DADT—a ...

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@issue: What should the kids be taught?

Texas’ board of education on March 12 voted to substantially alter their educational curriculum in the social sciences by “putting a conservative stamp on history and economic textbooks, stressing the superiority of American capitalism, questioning the founding fathers commitment to a purely secular government and presenting Republican philosophies in a more positive light,” reported the New York Times.

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Time to walk the walk

The debt and deficit seem to have become common themes for the Obama administration. Indeed, according to The New York Times, he used some combination of those words 19 times in his State of the Union address, words that were trumped only by those of jobs, 29 times, and tax, 21 times.

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