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Amazon Lockers arrive to the USU, available for use Oct. 5

The worry of having packages delivered in an unsecure location will no longer be a problem for many Fresno State students. The University Student Union is now home to 95 Amazon Lockers. The lockers are located on the lower level ...

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Did a “no” vote on the USU referendum matter?

Last week, the New Student Union Leadership Team sent out a campuswide survey to Fresno State students about the possibilities of, you guessed it, a new student union on campus. The survey is straightforward in its nature, and the student ...

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John Richardson: Giving a voice to new ideas

John Richardson travels up and down campus talking to students. He wants their voices to be heard, while campaigning as a candidate for Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) president. “My campaign has been [about] talking to students,” Richardson said. “Students have ...

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Committee discusses Bold New U interior, explores ideas

On Feb. 1, the Bold New U forum showcased the latest renderings and featured a discussion about the floor plans, costs, logistics and hopes for Bold New U. Dr. Frank Lamas, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, began ...

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CLASSA gains booth outside USU

Among all the club and organization booths outside of the University Student Union is the very first Chicano and Latin American Studies Student Association (CLASSA) booth. “I’m super proud of it, and the rest of the club members love it, ...

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Students seek inspiration for a Bold New U

San Jose State University has an all new student union and Fresno State is hoping to lead by example and build a brand new student union – the Bold New Union. On Jan. 21, various members of Fresno State took ...

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USU board of directors serve up lunch to promote the Bold New U

A luncheon on Thursday inside the University Student Union (USU) allowed students to meet with the USU board of directors and also grab some pizza. The luncheon was a chance to build support for the Bold New U, a proposed ...

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Fresno State Amphitheater may lie dead, but its history is not

Fresno State’s Amphitheater boasts a rich history that few could balk at if they’d heard it. For decades, the stage was filled with famous musical acts and politicians drawing crowds from all over the San Joaquin Valley – bringing life ...

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New USU referendum makes it to spring ballot

UPDATE: A previous version of this story stated that the cost for a new USU would come from raising tuition. However, the cost would actually be in the form of an added student fee which is different from tuition. Last week, the ...

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Helping students with intellectual disabilities

A program at Fresno State is making secondary education and an independent life possible for students. The Wayfinders Program is a two-year transitional program that helps students with intellectual disabilities learn to live independent lives. The program was inaugurated six ...

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Step into a new culture: program provides students access to study abroad

The University Student Union balcony was crowded with hopeful explorers Tuesday afternoon as they played international landmark trivia and visited information booths telling them how to get involved in international studies. The Study Abroad Fair, hosted by the Fresno State ...

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Students to vote on new USU Next spring

In next year’s Associated Students, Inc. elections, students will vote on whether a new university student union (USU) should be built. The current USU opened in 1968 and was built to support the 10,000 students enrolled at Fresno State at ...

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The things incoming students should know exist

Fresno State is not just a campus filled with classrooms, but a place that also offers various resources for students. “There are a lot of services that are on campus that are available for students,” said Tim Ryan, Associate Students ...

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Students use spring break to help community

Alternative Spring Break ran March 21 through the 24 as students dedicated their time to different teams working with children, families and the environment in their community.   “Each team varied, depending on what each team decided to do,” said ...

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Football: ‘Dogs get stomped on in front of home crowd

Another game brought another string of low points for the Fresno State football team.

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Indie film festival opens at Maya

Starting Wednesday, until the end of October, Maya Cinemas will feature a set of independent films as part of the Fresno Indie and Classics film festival. Larry Porricelli, president of sales and marketing, said the festival features smaller independent films ...

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Student Club Fair at Fresno State

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Embracing a different beat

By Daniel Salas Special to The Collegian   On a chilly and overcast Tuesday afternoon, a DJ played some music in the pit outside the University Student Union to set the mood for a few performers. The performers, including members ...

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