Tag Archives: tickets

Bruno Mars to perform at Save Mart Center

Bruno Mars will return to the Save Mart Center next year as part of his upcoming tour. The concert, 24K Magic World Tour 2017, will be held Nov. 2, 2017, and tickets will go on sale Nov. 21. Tickets range ...

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Third sellout expected, record merchandise sales

Less than 500 tickets were left as of Thursday evening for the Fresno State football team’s home finale at Bulldog Stadium against New Mexico on Saturday in what appears to be the program’s third sellout of the season.

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NBA All-Star Paul George buys out home opener tickets

Fresno State men’s basketball Nov. 16 Save Mart Center opener against Cal State Northridge is technically sold out – the team’s Fan Appreciation Game. NBA All-Star and former Bulldogs stadnout Paul George bought out all unsold tickets to Fresno State’s ...

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Fresno State ‘Blackout’ game sold out

Fresno State’s “Blackout” game against Nevada on Saturday will be played before a full-capacity crowd at Bulldog Stadium.

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Jaywalking tickets increase at end of each month

At the end of the month the Fresno Police are often patrolling Cedar Avenue and near Bulldog Lane. Motorcycle officers park behind signs, cars and bushes looking for students who are illegally crossing the street.

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Fresno State students pay higher parking fees than other CSUs

Fresno State students currently pay more in parking fees than other students attending state universities in California, while receiving less alternative transportation services. Documents released by Fresno State to The Collegian in May reveal that the average parking fee for state universities in California is $38. Fresno State students currently pay $50.

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Don’t ‘Purple Rain’ on my parade

The word that Prince would be coming to Fresno reached my apartment at 7:30 a.m. on Friday morning. My roommate is a die hard Prince fan. Normally she's a bear when it comes to slumber, but was up and mapping out how she would pay for tickets, who would go with her and what she would wear.

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Motorcycle cops patrol around campus

Students, faculty and staff aren’t the only ones driving in the direction of the Fresno State campus. Motorcycle police are on patrol, and looking for drivers exceeding the speed limit.

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Armstrong: Parking ticket money goes to trust fund

If you drive around the Fresno State campus, you’ll see those little orange envelopes tucked beneath the windshield wiper of a parked car.

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UPD owes students answers

Last week, The Collegian’s Megan Morales wrote a three-part investigation of University Police Department and their potential lawsuit from Fresno County. After weeks of waffling and presenting incomplete information, it is clear that Fresno State Police Chief David Huerta must make transparency a bigger priority at UPD.

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Requests for info leave more questions

With parking citations issued daily at Fresno State, and with public-record information being unavailable despite several attempts and a lack of communcation from Fresno State officials, there are more questions than answers for the University Police Department.

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UPD stays vague on revenue use

A stream of orange envelopes lying against vehicle windshields is an ordinary picture around Fresno State. But once the ticket is processed and the citation fee is paid, some students are wondering where that money is actually going.

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Suck it up and walk

As opinion editor, I feel obliged to give this section of The Collegian balance in its content.

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Throw me a bone here!

You know who needs to take a darn furlough — the campus police officers who plop parking tickets under our windshield wipers like they’ve got a quota to fill.

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“The Piano Lesson”

The department of theatre arts is celebrating Black History Month with a production of the haunting drama “The Piano Lesson.”

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Football home opener sells out

The Bulldog ticket office announced Tuesday that all 41,031 seats have been sold out for the Bulldogs home opener against the Wisconsin Badgers.

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