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Fall festivities are in full swing in Stanislaus County as local craft fairs begin to take place and provide affordable ways to get into the spooky spirit of the season. September 18 marked Dutch Hollow Farms’ second annual Fall Craft Fair. This event allowed crafters, businesses and entrepr…

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Pop culture conventions are returning after more than a year on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. There are several upcoming events to look forward to that will be held before the end of 2021, including the California Republic Comic Con (CRCC), which will be returning to the Merced County F…

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Stanislaus State alumnus Joe Ryan made his Major League Baseball debut for the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday in a start against the Chicago Cubs. Ryan, who pitched for the Warriors in 2018, became only the third Stan State baseball player in history to play at the major league level, joining …

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Stanislaus State will welcome athletic competition back to campus on September 2 after more than a year of inactivity. As the return of sports nears, the school's athletics department has announced new health and safety guidelines for fans looking to attend events in person.

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Summer is right around the corner and the heat is rising. As a result, our bodies feel dehydrated and thirsty. Stan State Students and community members share their favorite summer refreshers and homemade drinks. Recipes and summer refreshment details are listed below. 

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The student-managed radio station at Stanislaus State, KCSS 91.9 FM, has launched a new program titled Valley Voices aimed at giving students and the local community a platform for their talents. 

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Stan State’s own Luca Mitchell, a sophomore studying vocal performance within the Music Department, has been awarded 1st place in the age 16 to 19 category of Opera Modesto's Kristina Townsend Memorial Vocal Competition. The competition is designed to encourage and provide opportunities for …

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Streaming, such as the live broadcasting content seen on Twitch, YouTube and other platforms, has drastically skyrocketed in popularity since the start of the pandemic. In wake of this, a Stan State alumni and students share their experiences as Twitch streamers.

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This week marks the launch of Penumbra, 2021 edition. A literary and arts journal facilitated by Stanislaus undergraduate and graduate students. On Saturday, May 15th, featured artists and contributors will join attendees in the unveiling of the journal! Special guests for the event include …

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Stan State’s Warrior Day Festival has found a way to give students a chance to have a day to catch their breath before finals and enjoy a day of excitement and fun. On May 14 (this Friday), The Warrior Day Festival is taking a virtual approach this year due to the restrictions in place for t…

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The pandemic has changed the way that many people go about their everyday lives. In the wake of concert arenas and other live music venues slowly starting to reopen, Turlock’s local metal band, Perfect Nightmares, shares their experience of being a band during the pandemic. 

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If you are looking for a great way to socialize as the pandemic winds down, board gaming may be just the ticket. 

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The year long lull of quarantine certainly took its toll. Being stuck at home with no school or work outlet for scenery caused burn out for a lot of us. This caused people to start exploring different avenues to make up for the time they would have usually spent outside and mingling. Quarant…

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On March 29, the Stan State Art department hosted an Artist Talk with artist Jose DeVera. Art majors, faculty, and staff members joined the Zoom meeting to observe DeVera's work and to hear from the artist himself.

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Microwave popcorn in the comfort of your own home, or freshly buttered popcorn with a 65 foot screen? Which do you prefer when watching a good movie? In the past, if we wanted to watch the newest movie release, we would have to go to the nearest movie theater, or wait until it came out on VH…

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Well Stan State students, here we are, with just a few more days of spring break. We may not be doing the “typical” spring break activities like barbecues, football games on the beach, and wet T-shirt contests (or maybe we are doing some of these things, just not together as we once did), bu…

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March marks the second installment of the Warrior Cross Culture Center’s collaborative book club! This month's feature is from Yesika Salgado, a Salvadorian, Los Angeles based poet. Hermosa is a short collection of poetry that focuses on the experiences of a woman of color. Salgado explores …

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Well folks, we’ve made it to the halfway point of the spring semester! Classes are now going at a steady pace, so we’ve created a list of films related to March observances for when you need a break. Observances this month include Women’s History Month, St. Patrick's Day, National Vietnam Wa…

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We are almost to the middle of the semester, and we all know that means it’s time for spring break! Although we are still in a pandemic, it does not mean we cannot have a little fun from home.

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As social media continues to grow in popularity, it has become increasingly impactful in our everyday lives. As it has grown, social media has also evolved from being a handy means for keeping in touch with friends and family to hosting work and academic environments.

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This spring, The Warrior Cross Cultural Center (WCCC) collaborates with the Stan State Library, The Undocumented Student Services and Dr. Dana Nakano in their launch of the Social Justice Book Club. They invite all interested bodies to join their monthly delve into human rights centered lite…

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It’s that time again for the WarriorTunes: February Edition! Celebrating Black History Month as well as other holidays such as Valentine’s Day and Mardi Gras. We sure hope you enjoy listening! 

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The restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus pandemic has limited social gatherings, and bars and restaurants are no longer a place to enjoy an alcoholic beverage or a soda among good company, leaving many people to purchase their preferred drinks prepackaged from grocery store shelv…

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The USS Balthasar is a Star Trek fan club and charity organization based in the Modesto area that supports economically disadvantaged youth involvement in the arts through its fundraising efforts. 

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While many campus programs have adjusted to virtual learning and instruction, there is one area of study that is still feeling the limitations of the online environment: filmmaking. 

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Celebrating holidays has proven to be a challenge this year as the coronavirus pandemic continued, but as always, we are here to remind you that the fun doesn’t have to be cancelled. Below are some meals 

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It's that time again, Warriors! It is also, that wonderful time of the year. We have officially made it to the second edition of Warrior Tunes, and you are in for a holiday treat!

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With Winter Break approaching, there is now an opportunity to curl up, relax, and read a good book. Whatever your interests, the Stan State campus community has you covered with a wide range of (new and old) book recommendations!

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On November 18, ASI hosted the Decorate it Yourself Workshop for Stan State students who needed inspiration and ideas to make decorations for the upcoming holidays. The event allowed students to sit down, relax, and create their own decorations for the holidays. Arts and craft ideas for Chri…

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Life in general can be stressful, but since the COVID-19 pandemic, typical methods of stress relief have become restricted. Some of us are in desperate need of an outlet to express pent up emotions collected during the shutdown. Virtual events and workshops, like The Petty Poetry Workshop, a…

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As Finals Weeks approaches, the November 2020 edition of 'Warrior Tunes' focusses on music that students turn to for their study sessions.

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Virtual media has been on the rise for many years now, finding its way into every home and suffusing the daily lives of many. This year especially the Internet has taken center stage as a necessity for staying connected and informed.

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We’re over the hill called midterms and Thanksgiving is just around the corner, so it’s time to kick back with some new (and returning) November movies and shows. Our Fall Flicks series continues with some real treasures, like the latest Bond film and the highly anticipated “Black Widow.”

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Looking for a spooky binge watch on Halloween night? These two original Netflix series are sure to give you a thrilling night. Both The Haunting of Hill House and The Haunting of Bly Manor, directed by Mike Flanagan, are supernatural/drama series filled with chilling twists and turns that wi…

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Eating out has been a well-mourned commodity since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down social systems and immune systems alike.  Many small businesses in the area have been severely impacted, and some have gone under due to the temporary shut-down and subsequent lack of indoor eating accommodati…

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As the city of Turlock continues to grow, residents and visitors have seen a steady increase of different businesses. One of the newest is a Boba shop called Kung Fu Tea. Kung Fu Tea will join Quickly, which has been open in Turlock for nearly three years, as premier boba spots.

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With semester stresses piling up and midterms creeping around the corner, it’s about time for another update on movies and shows to watch for a little study break. We might as well make the most of our moments of procrastination!