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The CSU Stanislaus women’s basketball team had a successful first two games at home. The Warriors hosted the Stan State Women’s Classic, Nov. 18-19, inviting multiple teams to Fitzpatrick Arena. They faced Holy Names University, winning 64-47, in their home opener and beat Academy of Art 62-…

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As we wrap up the last day of classes before the Thanksgiving break, Signal reporters asked CSU Stanislaus students and staff to share their favorite recipes. The recipes vary from rich family traditions handed down through generations, to inspired dishes created by famous chefs. As the Stan…

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Inflation has hit American’s hard this year and they can expect to continue feeling the pain at the Thanksgiving dinner table next week. On average, the cost of a traditional Thanksgiving meal is expected to rise by 20% this year, according to an American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) annual…

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The Stanislaus State Women’s Soccer team was named California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) champions with an overall record of 10-3-4 and 7-2-2 in the CCAA, the warriors became CCAA Co-Champions with Sonoma State after their big win on October 27th. 

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Over the past few weeks, we have slowly drifted away from the summer heat, to the breezy cold weather here in Stanislaus County. The fall season calls for sweater weather and all the cute fashion trends. Stanislaus State students and fashion bloggers shared their favorite fall fashion picks …

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With the return to in-person learning at Stanislaus State, we have re-welcomed a warm sense of community. Countless implicit connections are re-expressed, especially through our traditions, such as wearing Halloween costumes. Stan State students across campus came together this week in diver…

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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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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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Do you want to show off your warrior pride but can’t seem to find a style you like at the student center? ASI offers a warrior merchandise pop up in the quad, booth space 103, with unique items designed by our very own CSU Stanislaus students.

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CSU Stanislaus's 6th Annual Indigenous People’s Day Celebration took place Oct. 13 in the student center. It was the first time the event has been held in-person since before the pandemic. Students, faculty, and community members gathered to connect with one another, share stories, appreciat…

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If you're looking for ways to exercise on campus this semester,  (SRC) has you covered. SRC is a full-time facility for all students that offers many ways to get your body moving and improve your physical activity abilities.

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Shake Smart at Stanislaus State is set to open in the fall after being closed for almost two years. Shake Smart's menu offers all-natural smoothies, breakfast, wraps, snacks and coffee. A dense menu will offer plenty of options to students and faculty. Their initiative is to provide health o…

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When Mariela Vazquez was a college student at Stan State, she was often under a lot of stress, pressed for time, and was continuously eating on the go. While vigorously searching for healthier options, she began to realize that nothing was nourishing or health-fixated near the campus.

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Stanislaus State’s ASI recently announced the return of Warrior Day, an end of the academic year festival for students. The highly anticipated return date is set for Friday, May 13. 

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On Friday, May 6, the Art department at Stanislaus State held another visiting artist guest lecture event via Zoom. The artist featured was June Edmonds, an American painter, public artist and teaching artist. 

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The Warrior Steps come alive with the sound of blockbuster films when Stan State Cinema returned to the Student Center for the spring 2022 semester. Stan State Cinema is hosted by the Student Center (SC) and in collaboration with Housing & Residential Life. The recurring event has studen…

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On May 3, Stanislaus State's Art Department of Music held their annual Spring Orchestra Concert. This concert was held at Bernell and Flora Snider Hall and was was conducted by orchestra professor Dr. Tianna Heppner. 

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Stanislaus State announced the opening of another service within the Student Center. The Market is a one-stop shop for grab-and-go food, drinks and snacks and officially opened its doors for the campus community on April 13. 

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Stanislaus State’s Music Department will fill the spring semester with its Opera Scenes this coming Thursday, April 21. The theme this year is Spring Fling and will feature songs with an upbeat, fun, “spring-like” tone. 

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For some time, many students pondered what the closed buffet-style counter was when they walked through the new Student Center building. That buffet-style counter  is called the Red Wave and is one of Stanislaus State’s newest dining facilities within the Student Center. The Red Wave officia…

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Joe Ryan, who pitched for Stanislaus State in 2018, has been named the Opening Day starting pitcher for the Minnesota Twins. When he takes the mound on April 7 against the Seattle Mariners, the 25-year-old Ryan will become the first Twins rookie since Tom Hall in 1969 to be the team's Openin…

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Stanislaus State students have an opportunity to escape the daily grind of attending class for one week as spring break kicks off on March 28. While some students don’t get much of a break, many others will be enjoying their week off by playing video games, going out of town and catching up …

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The art of Linda Salmon was on display at one of the most recent shows at Modesto Junior College (MJC) Art Gallery. The March 3 exhibit, named "Linda’s Cats - A Procession of Mirthful Mousers" was put together as "a celebration of fun" according to the artist.

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Jackson Nichols is a freelance photographer and documentarian exploring identity through culture. The majority of his work is made on black and white film, using traditional 35mm and medium format cameras, printing his own silver gelatin prints from his home darkroom in Fremont. On March 3, …

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The Stanislaus State Theater department put on the opening show for the long awaited "Adventure Theater" production on February 24. The show ran for four days with each night continuing the story from the night before.

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The Stanislaus State men’s basketball team have ended their season on a high note after winning their last two games of the season. The games were also the two highest attended games at Fitzpatrick Arena as the Warriors hosted their annual homecoming and senior night ceremonies. There was a …

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As the campus community reflects on the achievements of African Americans and their significance on American history, Stan State organizations hope you’ll join in celebrating Black History Month during upcoming events.