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Since when is parking a game of bumper cars?

Dents, scratches and angry students – those are products of Fresno State’s parking lots. Lately, students have taken to Facebook to air their grievances over their experiences in the parking lots. The Fresno State Book Trade and Advice Facebook page ...

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Become a parking expert in 3 easy steps

With the first month of the semester winding down, students are finally beginning to experience the end of the parking frenzy that comes during the first few weeks of school. However, unless you play the game strategically, even with less ...

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Strikes, spares and syllabuses

The “to-do” list for the beginning of a new semester can seem never ending. Before tackling that list, students rolled into the USU Bulldog Bowl on Monday to enjoy the last day of winter break. The special rate – two ...

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Parking lot temporarily closed

Due to construction, Parking Lot P21 by the Industrial Technology Building will be temporarily closed. The staff parking space in the south section of the parking lot has been closed since Tuesday and will be available again on Feb. 17, ...

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The parking lot

By Angela Graham/ Special to The Collegian  The wheels of my car roll into the parking lot. My search begins before my 9 o’clock class. Passing full rows, experience whispers to me so my feet won’t hear. “Go straight to ...

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New parking hours aims to increase safety on campus

Beginning immediately, Fresno State students with green parking passes will be able to park in yellow faculty/staff lots after 6 p.m. without getting ticketed. Parking in green lots for evening classes had drawn many student complaints about safety. Student parking ...

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The parking struggle is real

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Parking survey results discussed at student senate meeting

The survey’s results on parking options and student willingness to pay higher fees for better parking conducted in September by the Associated Students Inc. were discussed at Wednesday’s meeting. The surveys were administered by senators, executives and student staff by ...

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Campus concerns heard during president’s forum

Fresno State President Joseph I. Castro answered student concerns on issues such as campus safety, parking and massage services for students during his campus forum on Tuesday. The forum at North Gym Room 118 gave students the opportunity to speak ...

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Campus construction vital

Troy Pope’s opinion column on Sept. 16 about having to “endure” the inconvenience of construction activities is an understandable reaction to the inconvenience the electrical infrastructure project has created for our campus community. However, this is a critically important project ...

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ASI asks: new parking garage or new student union?

Associated Students, Inc. is conducting a survey to find out what new facilities students would like to see on campus. ASI President Abigail Hudson said there will be two surveys sent to students. The first gives students a choice between ...

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Construct me lower tuition

If you haven’t noticed, Fresno State is in the midst of a massive construction project slated to last another year at least. While I’m sure the construction is much needed, why is my tuition the same when I have to ...

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New alternative transportation aims to abate parking issues

Getting around the Fresno State area will be easier with the new implementation of  transportation programs. Some of these innovations include the Bulldog FAX Program, Zimride, and Enterprise CarShare. “One of the things that’s our goal – both as a ...

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Castro: Looking forward to my third year

Q: You are starting your third year as Fresno State’s president. What are you looking forward to this year and how do you plan to, as you say it, be bolder? A: I am very excited about starting my third ...

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Electrical system gets updated on campus

  Students and faculty can expect construction and closures throughout campus for the rest of the school year as Fresno State works toward upgrading its entire electrical infrastructure. Project manager Rodney Gleghorn explained that there will be new electrical upgrades ...

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New ASI president sets agenda for year ahead at Fresno State

Four years ago as a college freshman Abigail Hudson made it a goal to become president of Associated Students, Inc. at Fresno State. At first, she was like most freshmen – hesitant and overwhelmed by the large campus. During her ...

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5 problems with student parking

Parking is an ongoing struggle for students at Fresno State. It comes off as if the school is piling more and more restrictions onto students who are just trying to get an education. THE FIRST PROBLEM: COST After shelling out thousands of dollars ...

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The parking police rush to the scene

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