Tag Archives: paul oliaro

Carolyn Coon takes interim role with Oliaro retirement

With the retirement of Paul Oliaro as vice president of student affairs at Fresno State, Dr. Carolyn Coon will take over as interim on Dec. 15 until a replacement is found.

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ASI: New dining options for campus discussed

Fresno State students could see improvements to the available dining services on campus in the future.

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Commencement ceremony ticket minimum upsets students

Graduation is getting closer, but for some students getting enough tickets to their commencement ceremonies for family can be troublesome

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University to force remediation

Fresno State reported an estimated 60 percent of incoming first-time freshman have not attained college-level proficiency in English or math during high school, requiring them to take remedial courses once they get to the university.

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Officials advise against vacationing in Mexico

Almost every student is making travel plans for spring break next week, but the travel advisory issued by a U.S. Department of State March 14 warns about the increasing violence in Me

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WAC tournament travel

As loyal Bulldog fans, The Collegian staff and I decided to embark on a journey and travel to Reno, Nev. to cover the Western Athletic Conference Tournament in hopes of seeing the women’s team take home another WAC Championship trophy.

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Senate approves replacement

At Wednesday’s Associated Students, Inc (ASI) meeting there were new and missing faces.

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Protest part of nationwide action

Students, educators, staff and community members took to the streets Thursday as part of a nationwide day of action, and ended with a sit-in.

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Super seniors to submit plans

Though the Fresno State administration is striving to get students to graduate at a higher and faster rate, university officials said the emphasis on a quality education is not lost.

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Alcohol arrests down on campus

In the past few years Fresno State’s alcohol policy has reduced the number of liquor law violations on and around campus.

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Stimulus money to save courses

A one-time fund will salvage some classes for the fall 2010 semester.

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Senator introduces measure to campus

A state senator introduced a measure, which would cap fee increases for students, to Fresno State Friday.

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Task force charged with student success

One method implemented by the administration is the Student Success Task Force (SSTF). The Office of the Chancellor sent down an initiative in January calling for the increase in graduates and a greater representation of underserved students.

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Search under way for internees

The university has gathered a preliminary list of 77 names that are potentially eligible for honorary degrees through a new project.

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Fresno State takes back the night

[hana-flv-player video=”http://collegian.csufresno.edu/video/takeback.flv” width=”480″ height=”360″ description=”” player=”4″ autoload=”true” autoplay=”false” loop=”false” autorewind=”true” splashimage=”http://collegian.csufresno.edu/a/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/take_320.png” /] The 30th anniversary of “Take Back the Night” drew hundreds of participants Wednesday night in the free speech area. The event featured guest speakers, music, testimonials and a ...

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Oliaro overturns 7 election disqualifications

Two weeks after the 10-member group known as P.E.D.R.O. was disqualified from the Associated Student Inc. (ASI) elections, seven candidates saw the ruling overturned on Wednesday.

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Instructionally Related Activities fee overview

One year ago, Fresno State students voted on a fee referendum that would significantly hike Instructionally Related Activity (IRA) fees. Students answered with 65 percent rejecting the proposal.

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10 candidates disqualified from 2009 ASI election

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is in the midst of controversy once again.

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