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With the end of the semester approaching, some students may finally have more free time available and begin looking for fun things to do with friends, family, or on their own. Fear not; Turlock proudly offers a variety of recreational activities that are sure to keep students, faculty, and s…

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Turlock Transit recently introduced a new on-demand shuttle service that aims to address a frustrating yet shared experience among college students: having to rely on others for transportation.

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CSU Stanislaus's Promise Scholar program provides students with a foster care background access to support services and higher education. Their goal is to help every student enrolled in their program to graduate from college by providing them with what they need. The program provides many di…

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Over the last couple of decades, our world has been hit with many historical events. These events can shape our society in either a positive or negative way. 9/11, shootings/bombings, the Pandemic, Ukraine- Russian war, the killing of George Floyd, and so on; these moments have had a lasting…

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From exams to papers, students at CSU Stanislaus prepare for finals week in a variety of ways. Many students, faculty, and staff all look forward to the end of the semester and subsequent winter break. However, the Stan State community must power through finals week and all its stress.

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This fall semester has had some new surprises in store for the students of CSU Stanislaus. One of these new surprises is the new NASA club on campus. The club came into fruition when Dr. Horacio Ferriz, professor of geology, and Dr. Wing To, professor of physics, were awarded a $500,000 gran…

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The end of every college semester means finals for classes of all sorts. While many professors test students on skills, knowledge, and understanding through the course of the semester, students often seek a proper study routine to help ease the stress of preparing for finals week. 

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CSU Stanislaus offers a variety of graduate school programs. Whether individuals are interested in pursuing a master's or a doctorate, Stan State offers graduate degrees in areas like business administration, public administration, eduction, health, science and more. 

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The Writing Center at CSU Stanislaus provides convenient, quality tutoring for students, offering help with reading, writing and grammar. Help is available to assist students with their writing at every level, from first-year to graduate students. In other words, if you need help on a paper,…

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Coffee culture is big among Stanislaus State students. Colder weather has arrived, and it seems like every other person on the Turlock campus is carrying around a cup of coffee. There are always lines of students out the door of popular local spots, ready to place their favorite coffee order…

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In the business world, the primary social platform for connecting with others is known as LinkedIn. LinkedIn offers networking, career development, and resume building to help individuals be successful in their career paths.

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Through the arts, students of CSU Stanislaus have developed skills such as grit, perspective, and growth, while attending open art sessions that the university has to offer. Essentially, students or community members come into the open art space to practice drawing not only what's in front o…

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CSU Stanislaus alumni Natalie Hutchison and University Studies Abroad Consortium (USAC) participant, shares how USAC propelled her to accolades, not only in her education, but also in her professional career. 

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The Dr. Allan Greenberg & Dr. Ellen Junn Warrior Fab Lab is a new place at CSU Stanislaus where students can use their skills to create something spectacular. This unique design space welcomes all students who are interested in creating interesting designs, allowing them to test their sk…

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Know someone thinking of applying to Stanislaus State? Show them your Warrior pride by bringing them to Warrior Expo!

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Assistant Professor Dr. Jennifer Cullison is a new addition to the Stan State History department. Her room is located in Bizzini Hall 118 and upon entering her office, one can see that it is decorated with a variety of things, emphasizing her bright and bubbly personality. 

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Stanislaus State students come here with one goal and purpose in common: to obtain a degree. It is a place that is predominately full of students who commute or are first-generation college students. But, what is considered a first-generation college student?

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A lot can be learned from reading a textbook but there’s so much more in the world that can't be experienced through a textbook. Stan State's National Student Exchange (NSE) program offers students the freedom to travel domestically and internationally while being accredited for course work.…

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Students with disabilities often face barriers to access and inclusion across college campuses. From inaccessible buildings and classrooms to a lack of support services, these students often find themselves at a disadvantage.

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There have been many differences of opinion on how college students should be educated, whether teachers should focus on arts and social skills or science and math. From these differences there have emerged two prevailing ideologies: STEM and STEAM.

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As we began the Fall semester, a lot of students might have come across a new addition to the campus. What was formerly a construction site adjacent to Demergasso-Bava Hall (DBH) that feels like it had been there forever, is now the newest study space on campus. The new study space consists …

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The “working college student” has been a staple of campus culture for nearly as long as the institution has existed, and many students today can still be found behind registers or interning for a local business in between lectures and study groups. Stanislas State is no stranger to the worki…

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CSU Stanislaus wrapped up its commencement ceremonies this evening as the final graduates of the Class of 2022 had their degrees conferred by President Ellen Junn, completing two solid days of celebration on campus.

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Finals are quickly approaching at Stanislaus State, and it’s time to start studying. Professors want students to do the best that they can do on finals, whether finals mean taking tests, writing papers, or sometimes even both.

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In the fall 2022 semester,  a new workspace will be made available to the campus community—the Warrior Fab Lab. The Warrior Fab Lab is essentially a makerspace that specifically focuses on digital resources. This makerspace will be located inside Stanislaus State’s library in room 259 on the…

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When individuals apply for jobs that are related to their respective majors after they graduate, employers almost always ask for minimum of one to two years of experience, which can be frustrating.

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The non-profit charity out of Patterson, Invest In Me, invites passionate, driven college alumni to help future generations blossom.  The organization hosts a number of events in the spirit of empowering youth, uplifting communities, and building partnerships.

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First Gen Fridays is a Stanislaus State program that is working to help students and staff with a similar background network with each other and offer help in navigating college. The workshops include guest speakers with a different topic each month. 

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The CSU Student Success Network is an independent network developed by CSU faculty, staff and administrators looking to provide spaces and resources for people in all levels of the CSU system in support of increasing graduation rates, equity-based inquiry and action, and closing critical opp…

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If you are looking into attending a virtual career fair held by Stanislaus State but do not know what to expect, here are a few tips and tricks to be career-fair ready.

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Stanislaus State is continuing to offer scholarships to help students with college costs, with a March 2 deadline fast approaching. The scholarships cover the 2022-2023 academic year and are catered to student’s majors, but in comparison to previous years.