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Known Serial Offender Allegedly Gropes Woman on Campus

Known Serial Offender Allegedly Gropes Woman on Campus

Story By: Edward Smith, News/Copy Editor

District police on Wednesday responded to an alleged sexual battery call after multiple women complained about being groped by a man in the Fresno City College library. Fidel Isaac Tafoya, a man in his 50s and a serial offender, was questioned a...

February 24

‘Brown Girl Noise’ Celebrates Life of Mia Barraza Martinez

‘Brown Girl Noise’ Celebrates Life of Mia Barraza Martinez

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Editor-in-Chief

Sage burned on the evening of Feb. 18 among tangerines and brightly colored flowers at the altar created for Mireyda “Mia” Barraza Martinez in the Fres.Co building in downtown Fresno. Succulents -- her favorite plants -- lined the windows. Barraza ...

February 22

Fish Fry Raises Scholarship Funds

Story By: Ethan McNeely, Reporter

  The African American Faculty and Staff Association held a fish fry and concert on Feb. 15 around noon in the Free Speech area of Fresno City College’s campus as part of Black History Month events at FCC.   The AAFSA set...

February 22

HBCU Caravan Stops at FCC

Story By: Corina Duran, Reporter

Representatives from 28 historically black colleges and universities from all over the country arrived to Fresno City College on Feb. 14 to recruit students and inform them about the scholarships and programs they offer. This was the se...

February 22

Resources Abound for Veteran Success

The veterans resource center is planning a trip to the Capitol in Sacramento on March 8 to have students “tell their stories” and encourage ...

Ram Minute 2/21/2017

Pitch Competition Offers Chance to Win $1,500

Fresno City College’s first online pitch competition is now accepting online submissions, according the entrepreneurship club. The competition, named...

Free Dental Care for Kids at FCC

The Fresno City College dental hygiene clinic is expecting to provide free dental services to about 300 children on March 4 from 9 a.m. to noon ...

District Gets $1.5 Million for Central Valley Promise

The Central Valley Promise program received a $1.5 million grant to jumpstart its pledge of making the first semester of college free to inc...

Wall of Honor Awards Three New Inductees

In its 20th year, the State Center Community College District will celebrate the contributions of three individuals in their communities for the an...

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FCC Students Dress for Style and Comfort

Story By: Cheyenne Tex, Reporter

Rain drop, drop top, it’s raining and it won’t stop, stop. Due to the colder and rainier winter months, some FCC students have been dressing to keep warm and others to keep their feet dry. For some, however,...

February 13

Fresno State Professor Transforms Criticism into Art

Fresno State Professor Transforms Criticism into Art

Story By: Cheyenne Tex, Reporter

The art exhibition “A Smiley Fit” in the Art Space Gallery may act as a refuge for students looking to escape the gray of the campus concrete. In this exhibit, artist Joshua Dildine uses colorful abstract painting...

February 13

‘Mulan’ Chosen to Perform at Theater Festival in Arizona

‘Mulan’ Chosen to Perform at Theater Festival in Arizona

The theater department at Fresno City College is packing their bags and hitting the road this February for the Kennedy Center American Theater...

‘John Wick’ is James Bond Meets Jason Voorhees

‘John Wick’ is James Bond Meets Jason Voorhees

"John Wick Chapter 2" blasts into theaters on Friday Feb. 10. The movie sees the title character, retired hitman John Wick, set off on yet another...

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Should Athletes accept White House invitations?

Should Athletes accept White House invitations?

Story By: Michael Mendez, Sports Editor

Since 1965, it has been a tradition in American sports that every athlete from that years’ championship teams have the honor of going to the White House to visit the president. Despite the once in a lifetime opportunity,...

February 21

FCC Comes Back from a 10-Point Deficit to Win

FCC Comes Back from a 10-Point Deficit to Win

Story By: Jorge Rodriguez, Reporter

After starting the season with a 1-4 record, Fresno City College softball is gaining some momentum with an at-home win against Cabrillo College. The Rams found themselves in a 3-3 tie game after the first inning, but then...

February 21

Rams Blowout Coyotes as They Get Ready for Playoff Run

Heading into the final three games of the basketball regular season, the Rams faced off against the Cerro Coso Coyotes on Feb. 11, an opponent...

Rams Win Pitching Battle Against Chabot

The Rams started to find the stride at bat, as the Fresno City College baseball team found their offensive groove against the 6-0 winner over...

Women’s Basketball Win Final Home Game

At their final home game, Fresno City College women's basketball brought in their fifth consecutive win Feb. 8. FCC hosted Reedley College and...

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