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Fresno State Amphitheater may lie dead, but its history is not

Fresno State’s Amphitheater boasts a rich history that few could balk at if they’d heard it. For decades, the stage was filled with famous musical acts and politicians drawing crowds from all over the San Joaquin Valley – bringing life ...

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‘Elephant Man’ stampedes into theater

The banner above the stage reads, “Step in and see! Half man, half elephant. Sensational! Terrifying!” Behind the tan curtain lies the mystery of a grotesque, disfigured man, to which the imagination could envision.

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Theater season starts ‘Wonder’-fully

In the first scene of American playwright David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Wonder of the World,” Cass, the main character, introduces the play’s central plot when she explains to her husband, Kip, that she’s made a huge mistake in life. She asks him, ...

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Bathrooms open in Speech Arts

The remodel includes an additional drinking fountain.

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Arson on campus

[hana-flv-player video=”” width=”480″ height=”360″ description=”” player=”4″ autoload=”true” autoplay=”false” loop=”false” autorewind=”true” splashimage=”” /] Firefighters responded to reports of fires on campus Wednesday night. The ignition of trash receptacles inside the Speech Arts building and outside of the Keats building, as well ...

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Theft in Speech Arts

The Speech Arts Building on campus has been the main target for recent computer theft.

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