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Summer 2018 Entertainment Guide

The approaching end of the spring semester typically means one thing is on my mind: summer vacation. Not only does it mean no more time spent in long classes, doing homework and studying for finals – it means free time ...

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Dog Days offered students a glimpse of their future

Summer: the long-awaited rest period when college students pick up full-time work schedules or get ahead on units and save the weekends for traveling with friends or binge watching Netflix series in the dark. For newly graduated high school seniors ...

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Convocation ‘17: Professor Jes Therkelsen wants Fresno State students to ‘have the courage to be curious’

Fresno State welcomed over 6,000 incoming undergraduate and graduate students to the university on Monday at the New Student Convocation in the Save Mart Center. Fresno State President Dr. Joseph Castro along with university administrators were introduced to the crowd ...

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If you could spend time anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I’ve had the privilege to travel to many different countries in my life and I’ve been a different person ever since. Traveling abroad changes a person in more ways than one. Most can be good however the learning process that ...

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Top Seven Tracks for September

If you’re like me, you’ve got an iPod stocked with hundreds of songs and yet still can’t seem to find the perfect track to listen to on shuffle. It’s like having a closet full of clothes with nothing to wear. ...

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Local Armenian author finds inspiration at Fresno State

Local author Armen Bacon will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award, the highest alumni honor given, at the annual Top Dog Award Gala for her dedication to the community and professional successes.     Bacon, who has authored two books, writes columns ...

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What’s going on around town this weekend?

The Fresno area is buzzing with things to from hanging out in the Tower District to eating locally grown fruit at the Old Town Clovis Farmers Market.  All it takes is a quick Internet search to see what will be ...

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The square at campus pointe opens for business

The Square at Campus Pointe officially opened during the summer bringing new life to the northeast corner of Shaw and Chestnut avenues. The grand opening ceremony which was held July 15 inaugurated five of its new establishments; Cold Stone Creamery, ...

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Summer Music Festivals Preview

Finals are near, and for many Fresno State students, graduation awaits, but with the summer approaching, here are a few of the best and biggest California music festivals to consider attending. Outside Lands August 7 – 9 San Francisco’s largest ...

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University delegation visits China over summer

Fresno State President Joseph Castro and a group of university representatives visited China over the summer to connect the university with highly recognized Chinese universities through the Legends of China organization. “The primary focus of the recent trip to China ...

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A Russian summer: 14 students go abroad

Over the summer, 14 students traveled to Russia as part of an international study tour for an unforgettable glimpse into the country’s history, culture and nature. Professor Michelle DenBeste, chair of the history department, led the trip as the group visited numerous historical ...

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When it comes to summer, Fresno State students choose comfort over high fashion

By: Stephanie Lopez Comfort over couture rules the day at Fresno State as students handle their busy schedules under the hot, summer sun. Nancy Hang, vice president of Fashion Inc., an on-campus club aimed at promoting the fashion merchandising program ...

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Summertime work and play for faculty

This summer, professors from various departments put their passions into action. From a traditional Nigerian wedding and international visits to the Big Apple, some Fresno State professors made this summer one to remember.

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Summer of 2013: A History

  Fun was in the air this summer with local, statewide and even national events taking place that Fresno State students attended. Locally, there was a multitude of events in the Fresno community, from thousands of people at graduation in ...

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Students seek financial assistance for summer

More than half of the students at Fresno State take advantage of financial aid resources, but many must find an alternative income during the summer. Maria Hernandez has worked in the financial aid office for 32 years, serving as the director for the last 11. To students who are eligible, Hernandez is responsible for approving their financial assistance.

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Water returns to Shaver Lake after dry spell

It’s almost time to dust off the water-skis and fishing poles — Shaver Lake is back in business. This past winter the empty hole in the ground where Shaver Lake was formally located was quite the sight. Repair crews from Camp Edison worked all season long to make much-needed repairs to the lake’s long-standing dam.

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Goodbye spring, HELLO SUMMER

Summer is upon us and we are drunk from the sun. Spring was nice though; for the two weeks it lasted. It did its job and brought us spring break.

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Summer Hours at Fresno State

Summer hours will become effective on Monday, May 30, 2011 through Friday, August 12, 2011.

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