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Runners aim for faster pace

Fresno State’s cross-country team fell short Saturday at the Fresno Cross Country Invitational at Woodward Park. The Bulldogs co-hosted the event with Fresno Pacific University. The Fresno State men finished fourth behind Cal Poly, San Jose State and crosstown rival ...

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A case for loving Fresno

Is it part of Fresno culture to hate Fresno? I am asking this genuinely. I am a Fresno transplant, and I love this city. But everywhere I go, people have this air of self-deprecation about their home. It is like ...

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The art of healing

Art of Life Cancer Foundation held its annual festival on Sunday at Woodward Park and also held the groundbreaking of the Art of Life Healing Garden. Dr. Christopher Perkins is an oncologist and founded the Art of Life Program in 2007. ...

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New campus community helps Native American students “reconnect with the culture”

The new Native American scholars learning community culturally engages American Indian students through lectures, classes and experiential activities. The learning community, initiated this semester by the Fresno State’s Native American Staff Association, consists of five courses and currently has 22 ...

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The Shakespeare Festival: 10 years of brining classics to the public

The Shakespeare Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary at Woodward Park this year with a performance of “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare. Executive producer Gregory Taber said he is excited to take it into the next decade. “The main outcome ...

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Runners get ‘RAD’!

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USA BMX hosts Olympians in Woodward Park

“He’s got the horsepower to beat this thing all the way back home!” a commentator yelled over the loud speaker as a posse of bikers exploded out of the gate and zoomed around the berm of a dusty track. The ...

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Run/walk raises suicide awareness

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy—but when that loss is propelled by suicide, the grieving process can be much more complicated, said Leann Gouveia, executive director of Fresno Survivors of Suicide Loss. In order to ...

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RiverTree Volunteers clean up, give back

RiverTree Volunteers kicked off another project in conjunction with San Joaquin River Trail Council in the foothills, and this time, students from Smittcamp Family Honors College chipped in.

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Save local libraries, vote ‘yes’ on B

Do you really want your local library to close?

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