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Weekend Wonders

Where to go, what to see and what to do Fresno Jewish Film Series Presents: “David” The Fresno Jewish Film Series Committee show various films each month that either display or celebrate different aspects of Jewish culture. On Saturday, the ...

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Floral lab and farm market engage for Valentine’s Day

The Fresno State floral lab and the Rue and Gwen Gibson Farm Market are stocked up for Valentine’s Day with red and pink ribbons, heart-shaped boxes and plenty of flowers as Fresno State students, faculty and the surrounding community prepare to spoil their sweethearts.

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Don’t be a stupid Cupid, use protection

Valentine’s Day and sex go hand-in-hand. The annual commemoration isn’t a national holiday, but some people consider the day as a time to express love and affection for each other — by having sex.

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THE TWO REASONS WHY IT’S OKAY TO HATE VALENTINE’S DAY

Love does not equal money. But today, the actions of the average American will have you thinking otherwise. The National Retail Foundation has the numbers to prove it.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Ever wonder if Valentine’s Day has a history? Well is it does actually, it is more than what we Americans have made it out to be today.

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Holiday cheer grows on campus

The Fresno State Floral Laboratory is decking the halls and walls of homes this holiday season with more than just flowers.

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Worst Valentine’s experiences

The Collegian asks students what their worst Valentine's Day experience was.

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Opting for ‘illegible professions of love’

It has returned to taunt the single and haunt the unrequited. Valentine’s Day is amongst us once again, and if you hope to survive it, I suggest going big or going home.

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Kissing for iPods


Sophomore Lindsey Oshla and senior Zach Sharp participated in a kissing contest put on by the Kennel Bookstore on Wednesday.

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Campus Speak

What have your Valentine’s Day experiences been in the past? Have they been good or bad?

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