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Chemistry Club wins national award

The chemistry club at Fresno State received a ChemLuminary Award by the American Chemical Society, a national honor they’ve had their eye on for a while. The Fresno State Student Affiliate Chapter of the American Chemical Society, more commonly referred ...

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Nationally recognized art professor dead at 67

A nationally recognized art and design professor who was an active part of the Fresno community died Saturday. Dr. Paulette Fleming, 67, joined Fresno State as a faculty member in 1988. Throughout her life, she dedicated herself toward educating the ...

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Armenian lecture series kicks off tonight

The Armenian studies program is hosting its first Fall Lecture Series tonight at the University Business Center, flying in Dr. Simon Payaslian from Boston University to discuss the concept of “cultural congruence” in Armenian-American communities. Barlow Der Mugrdechian, coordinator of ...

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Symposium talks reporting on climate change

By Tori West

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Talk to address reporting of climate change

The importance of media coverage on the controversial topic of climate change will be discussed at this year’s Roger Tatarian Journalism Symposium, held Thursday in the Satellite Student Union. The keynote speaker for the symposium, Professor Robert Hackett from Simon ...

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Obama addresses drought during visit to the Valley

President Barack Obama toured the Central Valley Friday to address California’s record-breaking drought, disaster relief funding for farmers and climate change. “Today, we’re here to talk about the resource that’s keeping more and more of California’s farmers and families up ...

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Workshop to educate students about drought

In an effort to shed light on drought conditions in the San Joaquin Valley, Fresno State’s Center for Irrigation Technology and the California Department of Water Resources are hosting a “Drought Preparedness Workshop” on Dec. 17 at Fresno State.

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Fresno State professors write Central Valley health report

A recent health report disclosed that the San Joaquin Valley received less public health funds despite having higher rates of poverty and diseases compared with other counties in California.

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Valley Firsts exhibition at Fresno State

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Valley under cloud of drought

By Hailey Mayo Fresno State’s Center for Irrigation Technology warns that the San Joaquin Valley may be approaching a severe long-term drought without increased rainfall this season and if it doesn’t change its water consumption habits.

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Fresno State community volunteers to stop ‘food insecurity’

The fight against hunger exists even in one of the world’s richest agricultural areas, and students, faculty and staff at Fresno State are working together to help the needy in the Valley.

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Historic fire 75 percent contained as of Tuesday morning

Fresno State students may have felt more than a tickle in their throats the past few weeks while breathing in the hot Valley air. This time around, allergies are not to blame.

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Wanted: transparency and Valley ties

Fresno State is in the market for a new president. On Monday morning the people responsible for the search gathered in the Satellite Student Union for an open meeting.

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Author brings his ‘ghost’ to Fresno State

Frank Bergon grew up in a family of storytellers and used these influences to develop his writing style. He writes about events that happen in places that he's lived.

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Fresno Big Read preps for Halloween

Since Halloween is right around the corner, it seems appropriate that Edgar Allan Poe’s books live on. And with the help of the Big Read and the Fresno County Library, the ghouls, ghosts, ravens and specters will come alive once again through the end of the month.

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Agriculture panel causes conflict

Ana Mendoza / The Collegian “Eco-Friendly Farming” was a topic discussed Thursday as part of the Build a Culture of Peace Week at Fresno State. However, all was not peaceful with the audience. The focus of the event was to ...

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