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Redditor YouTubes his way to $20,000 misuse

A Fresno State library employee may have cost the university as much as $22,208 by misusing his time watching videos online, playing video games and visiting non-work related websites. The California State Auditor received a complaint that the unidentified employee ...

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Five YouTube videos that made me literally ‘LOL’

In a time where almost everything you see on television is negative, where everyone is complaining on a status update or getting engaged–not that getting engaged is a bad thing–it’s nice to get away from the seriousness for a bit ...

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CSU gives students a new way to showcase their work

The California State University system has partnered with Portfolium, a cloud-based network that gives students and alumni the opportunity to showcase their skills, work and accomplishments on a free online portfolio. The partnership will give the CSU’s 460,000 students and ...

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Internet censorship comes with a heavy price

Oh, how the Internet has claimed our lives and souls. It seems to drive our fingers with an invisible force as we tap away mindlessly on our mobile phones, tablets and computers. It is now, seemingly, second nature for us ...

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Student sues Fresno State faculty

A current Fresno State student government senator filed a civil lawsuit against seven campus officials and professors last month after he alleged his civil rights were violated following an incident in May of 2011.

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Obama announces end to war in Iraq

After nearly nine years of conflict in Iraq, United States President Barack Obama announced Friday that the war will cease by year’s end. Obama expressed his confidence that the nation will be left “strong and enduring” once U.S. forces have ...

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Fresno State loses battle to CAL [video]

Over 15,000 Bulldog fans lined the stands at Candlestick Park to watch Fresno State take on the California Bears. The Bears defeated the ‘Dogs 36-21. Fresno State is now preparing for their next opponent where they will take on the ...

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Lyles Center Venture Challenge

The Lyles Center Student Venture Challenge is a business idea competition open to all Fresno State students. Prizes include $5,000 for first place, $2,500 for second place, and other cash prizes for industry specific and "People's Choice" awards.

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Student wins High-Speed Rail Project

Michael Price, a freshman, was awarded $2012 for his High-Speed Rail Project video. The contest was sponsored by Fresno County Federal Credit Union. The video was presented at the EDC annual. Go 'Dogs!

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YouTube goes educational

Uncomfortable desks, crowded classrooms and inflexible schedules may be a concern of the past as the popular Web site YouTube recently launched a new section of its site that is strictly dedicated to helping users get free access to educational content that is uploaded by universities and students.

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‘Youtube with flavor’

Thanks to WatchDoit.com, Fresno State students can learn how to use chopsticks, how to build a cool sand castle and can now win a free Nintendo Wii.

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‘Something different’ feels oddly familiar

I FEEL LIKE IT’S PART of my editor-ly duties to keep up, at least minimally, with what’s going on in politics. That’s why I watched the CNN/YouTube debates for both the Democratic and Republican candidates, aside from the fact that they’re pretty amusing.

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WEB-SPE@K: How does the YouTube debate impact you?

How does the YouTube debate impact you?

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YouTube to prevent posting of copyrighted video

Online video leader YouTube on Monday rolled out long-awaited technology to automatically remove copyrighted clips, hoping to placate movie and television studios fed up with the Web site’s persistent piracy problems.

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