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The Collegian wins seven awards at California College Media Association competition

The Collegian won seven awards Saturday in the California College Media Association’s annual competition, including first place for Best Features Page Design.

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Ag community takes on a drought with uncertain future

In response to California’s unprecedented drought, state officials announced Friday that the State Water Project (SWP)—a publicly operated water storage and conveyance system that distributes water to urban and agricultural water suppliers throughout California—will not distribute any water to local ...

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All hail the Intern Queen

Lauren Berger, “the Intern Queen” who scored 15 internships during her undergraduate years at University of Central Florida, will visit the Satellite Student Union Wednesday to give Fresno State students advice about internships and obtaining a career in today’s job ...

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From film to fun: ‘Swede Fest’

Swede Fest, the only film festival dedicated to “sweded” movies, will make its 12th debut Saturday at the historic Tower Theatre in Downtown Fresno. Swede Fest founders Roque Rodriguez and Bryan Harley, a Fresno State alumnus, said they launched the ...

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Paramore sings for Fresno [gallery]

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Bon Jovi: Because We Can tour [gallery]

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Experience Circus Vargas

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Fresno State receives funds for infrastructure repairs

Fresno State President Joseph Castro announced to the campus community in an email Thursday that Fresno State will receive more than $30 million to move forward with a major capital project that will update the university’s aged electrical infrastructure.

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Run/walk raises suicide awareness

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy—but when that loss is propelled by suicide, the grieving process can be much more complicated, said Leann Gouveia, executive director of Fresno Survivors of Suicide Loss. In order to ...

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Fresno State’s electrical infrastructure 15 years overdue for upgrade estimated at $30 million

Electricity, like a heart to the human body, plays a vital role on the Fresno State campus. Each day, it gives students, faculty and staff the ability to conduct their activities with the convenience of power whenever they need it—but ...

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Fresh fruit & more

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