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Senior students go to school for less

Fresno State's Sixty Plus Fee Waiver Program promotes life long learning by allowing students who have reached the age of 60 to continue their education for the price of $5 a semester.

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How far can businesses go?

Private businesses near campus that implicate Fresno State might seem at first glance to be connected to the university, but they are not.

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Waiting for the DREAM: Immigration reform, DREAM Act still on hold

The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAM) Act, is currently attached to the Immigration Reform bill. If passed, it will give thousands of illegal immigrants two options—join the military or go to school.

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Hard struggle for optimism

A couple of weeks ago I was going through a real tough time while simultaneously trying to better my life with more positive thinking.

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Peach Blossom blooms on campus

Peach Blossom, an annual communications festival, brings thousands of Central Valley elementary school children to campus. Fresno State students help plan the festival as well as judge the performances and facilitate the events. Student-athletes were also on-site to sign autographs and talk to students.

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WEB-SPE@K: How do you cope with school-related stress?

As we enter the final stretch of the semester, how do you cope with school-related stress?

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Back to school, and with some changes

For me, the biggest hassle of a new semester is dealing with schedule changes – specifically, forgetting what my new schedule is. I thought this problem would diminish over time, but instead, it has gotten worse as my mind clings ...

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