Tag Archives: Visalia

Local Poets Go ‘Anti-Love’

  By Royce Dunn Special to The Collegian To offer an alternative to Valentine’s Day-themed events, the monthly Loud Mouth and Inner Ear poetry jams banded together in rejecting “love-based” poetry for an “anti-love” jam on Saturday, at Howie and ...

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COS closure may harm campus, community

The College of the Sequoias could be forced to shut down by May 2014. The Visalia school is in danger of losing its accreditation, according to President/Superintendent Stan Carrizosa. COS is in “noncompliance” of five areas addressed by the Accrediting ...

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The end is nigh

This is it, Bulldogs. We have reached the end of another eventful semester here at Fresno State.

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National Signing leaves bulldogs with 18 recruits

Head Coach Pat HIll adds six players to the roster from the Valley, including Donavon Lewis from Clovis West, and Dillion Root from Visalia.

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South Valley students benefit from off-campus center

In a rustic portable on the College of the Sequoias campus in Visalia lays a piece of Fresno State history. For more than 20 years, students have sought guidance for their academic future from this facility.

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Braveheart takes the ring

Sanchez lives his nickname by entering the ring to the song “Braveheart.”

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Slumping distance courses

Students who are enrolled in distance learning programs through Fresno State may soon have to find other means of receiving their education.

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Dirty dumb drunk

Every time I drive below the Van Ness Ave. arch, I can’t help but laugh.

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“Here, Bullet” depicts time in service

After visiting countries like South Korea, Iraq and Vietnam, Fresno State alumnus and award-winning soldier-poet Brian Turner is no stranger to traveling the world.

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