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Frat shows that racism lives

Did you know we live in a post-racial society? Well, it’s true, right? We have a black president, so racism is over. It turns out some people didn’t get that memo. By now, everyone has heard what happened in Oklahoma ...

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Fresno State misses an opportunity in final season of BCS

Fresno State’s loss to San Jose State Saturday marked the end of the Bulldogs’ last, slim chance at a BCS bowl and the perks that come with it. When Northern Illinois passed Fresno State in the BCS standings on Nov. ...

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MWC benefits at Benson’s expense

It’s safe to say Western Athletic Conference commissioner Karl Benson probably hasn’t slept well for much of this summer. After all, how could he sleep in peace after the one thing holding together the conference he runs bolted for bigger ...

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Coach works his way to the top Fresno

From interim coach trying to clean up a mid-season mess, to becoming one of the most respected NCAA women’s basketball coaches in the nation, Adrian Wiggins has accomplished more than just a winning record with the Fresno State women’s basketball team.

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The Collegian’s Top 10

No. 1 USC Trojans (1-0) Last Week: Beat Virginia, 52-7, in Charlottesville.

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