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Fresno State Back In Session In Record Numbers

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Classes are back in session at Fresno State and it's one for the record books.

22,710 students enrolled for the fall semester and of these, more than 3,300 are freshmen, which is also a record for Fresno State.

More than 700 graduate students are starting this week.

This is also the first year for Fresno State's new president, Joseph Castro.

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