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Tuition hike proposal stirs mixed feelings

If a pending proposal is approved, an increase in tuition for California State University (CSU) and University of California (UC) institutions may take effect in 2017. Laurie Weidner, assistant vice chancellor of public affairs for the CSU chancellor’s office, said ...

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Arrest comes as shock to those who know Medina

The news of Fresno State student Alberto Hinojosa Medina’s arrest on Sept. 26 came as a complete surprise to those who know the 22-year-old social work/pre-psychology major from McFarland. Medina was charged on Sept. 29 with burglarizing an apartment near the ...

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Fresno State student pleads not guilty to the murder of UCLA student

Fresno State student Alberto Hinojosa Medina pleaded not guilty Tuesday to the murder of a UCLA student, burglary and arson. Medina, who Fresno State confirmed is a double major in pre-psychology and social work, was charged with burglarizing an apartment ...

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Retired Fresno State professor showcases the 70-year struggle for LGBT civil rights in book

Lillian Faderman, a retired Fresno State English professor and author, released her new book “The Gay Revolution: The Story of the Struggle,” Sept. 8, as the story of LGBT civil rights in the United States. Federman, who began to write ...

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Fresno State moves up in university ranking

Leaders of Fresno State are optimistic after U.S. News and World Reports ranked the college eighth among public regional colleges in the West.

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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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Wong Fu raises awareness of Asian-American stereotypes

To close Diversity Awareness Week 2010, Amerasia organization teamed up with the brothers of Chi Rho Omicron (XPO) and hosted an event to raise awareness of Asian-American stereotypes in mainstream media.

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Keep on marching, students

The March 4 rally at Fresno State and the office occupation in Joyal that followed are parts of what is emerging as a major student movement that is international in scope.

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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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UC accepts more freshmen

The University of California has accepted a record 60,008 California residents as freshmen for the coming fall despite worries that cuts in state funding could lead to overcrowded campuses and tuition increases, officials said.

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