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GOP candidate for governor visits campus

Republican Assemblyman Tim Donnelly from San Bernardino County, who officially announced his candidacy on Tuesday for the GOP nomination for governor, visited Fresno State Wednesday.

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Fresno State celebrates 100th commencement

9,347 guests took part in Fresno State’s Centennial Commencement on Saturday morning.

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Pedro Ramirez wraps up the year

Pedro sits down with collegian multimedia director Allie Norton and tells how he thinks this year played out.

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@issue: Are student-run newspapers biased? What is their role on campus?

Have you ever had the chance to read The student-tuition-funded Collegian supplementary insert titled La Voz De Aztlan? This newspaper insert is intended to be used as a cultural appreciation and or awareness supplement. However, recent issues have been filled with articles unrelated to the publication’s intended purpose. In an effort to celebrate “La Semana de La Raza” (week of the race) here on campus, I’d like to share a perspective with those curiously inclined to learn what’s really going on!”

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@issue: Are student-run newspapers biased? What is their role on campus?

Journalism’s main purpose is to inform society of vital information that will enable people to actively participate in a democratic government. A democracy heavily depends on the information given by journalists, which has given the media the responsibility to overlook our system of government and our society.

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ASI takes no action against Ramirez, Sanchez

Fresno State’s Associated Students, Inc. senate decided that no action will be taken against President Pedro Ramirez or Vice President of Finance Cesar Sanchez regarding the accusations that had been leveled at them.

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WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN ADULTS ACT LIKE CHILDREN?

I’m not sure anyone ever really grows up. Although we get older, grow taller and become wiser each year, it seems that we never really grow out of that adolescent need for approval. As the semester comes to an end, and Associated Students, Inc. holds its last Senate meeting of the spring, my theory has never held more truth — you can take the person out of high school but you can’t take high school out of the person.

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Ramirez should not resign

It seems easy for bystanders to say, “Pedro should resign” as the semester continues to wind down in weeks. Some may think it would be best for the new president elect and current vice president, Selena Farnesi to take her position early to put “focus” back into the student body. By doing this, Ramirez can have a “normal” life again and move on.

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Time for Ramirez to resign

Pedro Ramirez, Fresno State’s infamous Associated Students, Inc. president, should resign from his post, and let President-elect Selena Farnesi, the current executive vice president, get a head start on the job.

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Decision regarding Ramirez delayed

The Personnel Committee of the Fresno State Associated Students, Inc. senate met Monday night to vote on allegations against ASI President Pedro Ramirez and two other members of the executive committee.

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Ramirez, Sanchez remain under review

At Monday’s ASI meeting, a crowd gathered in McLane Hall room 162 to hear the fate of Pedro Ramirez’s presidency. Assemblyman Tim Donnelly was also in attendance and expressed his feelings toward the situation.

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ASI members under review

The Fresno State Student Senate voted at Wednesday’s Associated Students, Inc. meeting to approve a review of Student Body President Pedro Ramirez’s conduct.

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RAMIREZ TAKES MORE HEAT AT ASI MEETING

Wednesday’s Associated Students, Inc. meeting picked up where it left off two weeks ago, with ASI President Pedro Ramirez as the topic of discussion. Ramirez was absent from the meeting due to an “academic commitment,” but the controversy that has surrounded him lately was unmistakably present.

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ASI PRESIDENT RAMIREZ THREATENS RESIGNATION AT SENATE MEETING

Associated Students, Inc. President Pedro Ramirez was once again the main topic of discussion at Wednesday’s ASI meeting. Ramirez revealed that he may resign from office if surgery is necessary for an eye injury that he received in a traffic accident on Jan. 9.

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The evolution of democracy

A side from opposable thumbs, use of tools and being a bipedal species, being morally conscious of our actions is what separates most humans from most animals.

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Undocumented Students Survey

Undocumented Students Survey The survey will take approximately 5 minutes and your participation is voluntary. You must be 18 or older to participate. Your identity will not be revealed in any way and your answers will remain confidential.

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House passes DREAM Act

Pedro Ramirez, president of the Associated Students, Inc., at Fresno State provided this statement in reaction to the House of Representatives approval of the DREAM Act, which now goes to the U.S. Senate today:

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Students pray for passage of DREAM ACT

Various student organizations gathered in the Fresno State Peace Garden to participate in a vigil dedicated to the DREAM Act.

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