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Students to get a “TASTE” of reality by shadowing professionals

TASTE will bring together students in the Media, Communications and Journalism (MCJ) department with industry professionals on Wednesday. “Take a student to eat” (TASTE) is presented by the Fresno Advertising Federation (FAF) and coordinated by students in the public relations ...

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Education fair promotes higher education to Hispanic students of all ages

Thousands of Hispanic students and their families gathered at Fresno State Saturday for the inaugural on-campus Feria de Educación. The statewide fair is designed to promote higher education to K-12 students of the greater Central Valley area by providing information ...

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Education fair aims to increase latino student enrollment

La Feria de Educación, a statewide fair promoting higher education to Hispanic students, will be hosted at Fresno State for the first time Saturday. The community fair, which is held on several California State University campuses, aims to get parents ...

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California 21st Congressional District: Valadao, Renteria debate in Spanish

David Valadao and Amanda Renteria, who are competing for 21st Congressional District seat, took part in a debate Saturday in Fresno State’s North Gym – the first of four debates leading up to the Nov. 4 election. The debate, sponsored ...

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Congressional race makes its way to Fresno State

The race for California’s 21st Congressional District will come to Fresno State on Saturday morning as incumbent David Valadao and challenger Amanda Renteria have their first public debate on campus. Presented by Univision Fresno and Univision Bakersfield, the debate will ...

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Univision monopolized debate

I was one of the 30 students that received a ticket to Saturday’s California gubernatorial debate. As I stood in the first of three lines that day, I observed the crowd. I saw very few ticket holders that looked like ...

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Fresno State hosts second gubernatorial debate

Saturday’s historical gubernatorial debate, the first to be broadcast in Spanish, only furthered the tension in the race between Republican nominee Meg Whitman and Democratic pick Jerry Brown, a race already riddled with hostility.

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We want a real, mature debate

Students aren’t known for being patient. We’re actually quite impatient. We’re procrastinators. We’re perpetually busy. Despite these traits, students are independent and responsible — two attributes that are often associated with an adult. Yet, students are often treated like children.

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