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Gov. Brown passes sexual assault bill, vetoes infrastructure funding

In a crucial weekend of state legislation affecting California State Universities and their students, Gov. Jerry Brown took action on two key bills that will directly impact Fresno State. Brown signed the “yes means yes” campus sexual assault bill into ...

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Fresno State gets high marks in affordability

By Matthew Criswell Fresno State ranked 18th out of 40 in a recent NerdScholar ranking of the best “bang for your buck” universities in California The average income for someone between the ages of 25 and 34 with a high ...

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AB 67 approved in bipartisan committee

Assembly Bill 67 (AB 67), which was authored by Republican legislators of the California State Assembly, was passed with bi-partisan support in the Assembly’s Higher Education Committee. It is now been re-referred to the Assembly Committee on Appropriations. Assemblymembers Kristin ...

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Editorial: Transparency worries hamper university

The 2009-10 scholastic year has been defined by budget cuts, protests, furloughs and rallies.

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Undocumented students less than 1 percent

Less than 1 percent of students who attend California public colleges and universities benefit from Assembly Bill 540, which allows them to pay the same as citizens regardless of immigration status.

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March to capitol planned

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) is sponsoring a bus to take student activists Monday to a march to the state capitol.

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Fight to save ed

For the first time in California’s history, our state government spent more money on prisons than higher education.

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Senator introduces measure to campus

A state senator introduced a measure, which would cap fee increases for students, to Fresno State Friday.

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Legislature dooms our future

Each of us is familiar with our state’s grim economic situation. Indeed, no Californian is unaffected by the financial upheaval we have experienced in recent years.

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