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Capturing the perfect shot

Imagine a two-time NFL Pro Bowl starting quarterback calling your name and personally meeting you midfield to give you a fist bump after a game. “That jealousy thing goes on. Everyone’s like, ‘You know Derek Carr?’” said Cary Edmondson, University ...

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Student Spotlight: ‘Incorporating art into everything’

From French artist Henri Matisse’s vibrant collages, to Salvador Dalí’s distorted reimaginations of the world, nature has often had a big influence on the work of many artists. Joe Montijo is among those artists who has a passion for the ...

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Fresno State photographer’s photo graces cover of Sports Illustrated

A decade ago, if someone had told Cary Edmondson one of his photographs would grace the cover of Sports Illustrated, he would have laughed. “It was a dream of mine while I was working at Save Mart during college to ...

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Fresno State seniors show off art

The Conley Art Gallery was overflowing with students for the 2013 Senior Student Art Show on Thursday.

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Color Me Rad [gallery]

Many Fresno State students headed out to Woodward Park on Saturday to participate in Color Me Rad, the rainbow-spattered 5K race to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Central Valley.

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Summer Arts – July 8 – Nick Flynn

Today at Summer Arts we take a look at the dance and photography classes.

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Sprucing up the USU with student art

The first ever University Student Union (USU) Student Art Exhibition featured six pieces: three paintings, two photographs and one word art picture.

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Students attempt Guiness World Record for largest photo exhibit

In an attempt to put Fresno on the world map, six students from Fresno State are attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the world’s largest photo exhibit.

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Rare photos displayed at the fair

Fresno fairgoers have an opportunity to take a step back and get a glimpse of the past, literally.

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The Campus Lens


Some people like to measure their life and accomplishments in chapters, as if they’re living out a book. If this were the case for Randy Vaughn-Dotta, his current chapter of life is 23 years long, so far.

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