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The Collegian

The Collegian

Fresno State's student-run newspaper

The Collegian

Lunar New Year at Fresno State honors lives lost in recent mass shootings
Lunar New Year at Fresno State honors lives lost in recent mass shootings
By Sarah Delgado, Lifestyle editor • February 5, 2023
Artificial tea lights honor those who have fallen.
Fresno State Professor Emeritus of Social Work Sudarshan Kapoor announces a new Nelson Mandela statue installed in the Peace Garden as soon as next year. (Manuel Hernandez/The Collegian)
Nelson Mandela, Yokuts and Mono tribes statues announced at Fresno State’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration
January 24, 2023

During Fresno State’s annual commemoration of Martin Luther King Jr., Fresno State professor Sudarshan Kapoor announced that two new statues...

Sal Rinella, a consultant with AASCU, leads the 2023-2028 Strategic Plan Town Hall at the Fresno State Satellite Student Union on Jan. 19. (Diego Vargas/The Collegian)
Fresno State faculty says ‘diversity doesn’t go far enough’ during the 2023-2028 Strategic Planning Town Hall
By Jiselle Cardenas January 23, 2023

On Jan. 19, faculty and staff gathered in the Satellite Student Union (SSU) for Fresno State's "2023-2028 Strategic Plan Town Hall," where...

The shuttle service will be limited to the Spring 2023 semester. (Marcos Acosta/The Collegian)
Limited shuttle service to be offered for Spring 2023 semester amid construction
By Diego Vargas January 21, 2023

In collaboration with Associated Students Inc. (ASI), Fresno State’s Office of Parking and Transportation will offer a limited time shuttle...

The Fresno State Marching Band performs during halftime of the Jimmy Kimmel LA Bowl at SoFi Stadium. (Diego Vargas/The Collegian)
How I travel with my family of 298 people as a Fresno State Marching Band percussionist
By Marcos Acosta December 29, 2022

Marcos Acosta is the Collegian's photographer and a percussionist for the Fresno State Marching Band. He will be traveling with the band...

What Fresno State students wore for Halloween
What Fresno State students wore for Halloween
By Carlos Rene Castro November 1, 2022

Cartoon characters, animals and movie icons filled the Fresno State campus...

Spotlight Events Carnival of Nightmares encouraged Fresno State students to come out to the Satellite Student Union (SSU) lawn for a scary good time on Oct. 27. (Blake Wolf/The Collegian)
Students brave Spotlight Events' 'Carnival of Nightmares'
By Blake Wolf October 31, 2022

Fresno State embraced the Halloween spirit with a “Carnival of Nightmares”...

Take Back the Night returns to Fresno State
Take Back the Night returns to Fresno State
By Viviana Hinojos October 25, 2022

On Oct. 10, Fresno State’s annual event Take Back the Night brought over...

The third floor of the Family and Food Science Building contains an eerie aura. (Diego Vargas/The Collegian)
Tricks, treats and toilet seats: Ghosts on campus?
By Diego Vargas October 25, 2022

With Halloween inching closer, The Collegian reached out to students about...

Crystal Rocha of Gooey Stranger hopes to bring the community together for another day of artistic celebration.
Broadway Studios residents launch ‘Rehop,’ bringing small businesses and local artists together
By Sarah Delgado January 24, 2023

A group of studio artists hopes to bring the art community together in a new monthly celebration located at the heart of downtown Fresno, along the mural district.­ “Rehop”...

Lees Sandwiches opened on Jan. 8 at Campus Pointe. (Diego Vargas/The Collegian)
How I waited 6 hours to eat at Lee's Sandwiches. Was it worth it?
By Diego Vargas January 10, 2023

On a rainy Sunday morning, Lee’s Sandwiches opened in Campus Pointe to a long line of eager customers. In my attempt to go and try some food from the "world's largest Bánh...

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