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April 21, 2016

Rampage News Minute 5

New Chancellor Expresses Optimistic Outlook

Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor in Chief

The State Center Community College District Chancellor started his new job on March 18, but already has a plan to tackle the biggest issues in the district. Dr. Paul Parnell said he is pleased to be at the district, and that he approach...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

Student Gets Rare Chance to Interview President Obama

Ashleigh Panoo, Reporter

When the former news editor of the Rampage was selected to attend the White House College Reporter Day event on April 28, he couldn’t have imagined that he would get the chance of a lifetime. But Patrick Forrest, 22, one of 50 students...  Read More »

May 2, 2016

AsianFest at Fresno City College brought many people together to celebrate Asian culture on April 30, 2016.

Asian Fest Displays Rich and Diverse Culture

  Asian culture was put on full display in the Free Speech Area on April 30 during the annual Asian Fest celebration. This event also...  Read More »

The State Center Community College District has named Cheryl Sullivan, vice-president of administrative services, as the new interim president when Cynthia Azari leaves in May.

Cheryl Sullivan to Become Interim President of FCC

The State Center Community College District chancellor has chosen a replacement interim president for Fresno City College when Cynthia Azari...  Read More »


Vehicle accident leaves tiny car totaled near Fresno City College [PHOTOS]

A scary situation for a driver near Fresno City College on Friday. Police responded to this vehicle accident on Blackstone Avenue around 12:30...  Read More »

A panel in the Fresno City College Forum Hall 101 discuss the influence of Bruce Lee on April 27, 2016.

Panel Discussed Bruce Lee’s Influence in Forum Hall

A panel consisting of Bruce Lee fans discussed the influences of the martial artist, in celebration of the Asian Heritage Appreciation month...  Read More »

Advocates of the California High Speed Rail sit on stage at the Old Administration Building as they bring information about the possibilites of the train for students and future generations during an event on April 27, 2016.

High-Speed Rail Advocates Urge Students to ‘Own’ Rail

Speakers, including Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin and several representatives of the high speed rail, presented the benefits of the proposed hi...  Read More »

Journalist Zoua Vang speaks about her Asian heritage during an event in the Old Administration Building room 251 on April 29, 2016.

Zoua Vang Tells an American Story of Hardship, Resilience and Survival

Can an immigrant who comes to the U.S. with nothing -- no education, no literacy, no English language and no money -- achieve the American d...  Read More »

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Luke Bryan Brings Party to Savemart Center

Luke Bryan Brings Party to Savemart Center

David Chavez, Managing Editor/Copy Chief

CMA Entertainer of the Year, Luke Bryan, brought the “Kill The Lights” Tour to Fresno on April 30, 2016 and turned the Save Mart Center into a party. The award-winning country music artist brought along with him th...  Read More »

May 3, 2016

Joe Bonamassa Brings Blues Rock To Fresno

Joe Bonamassa Brings Blues Rock To Fresno

David Chavez, Managing Editor/Copy Chief

Guitar virtuoso Joe Bonamassa performed at the William Saroyan Theater in downtown Fresno, proving that Blues Rock is more than alive and well. His latest album, “Blues of Desperation”, hit No. 5 in the Billboard T...  Read More »

April 29, 2016


Student Art Show runs through May 11

The annual Fresno City College Student Art Show at the Art Space Gallery will run through May 11, the college said. The exhibits, which wi...  Read More »

Alixa Garcia and Naima Penniman stand on stage at the Fresno City Colllege Auditorium while performing poetry.

Duo brings awareness of social issues through poetry

Echoes of poetry filled the  Fresno City College auditorium Sunday evening when two poets read about world problems. The event was hosted by Dul...  Read More »

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Women’s Tennis suffer tough playoff loss

Michael Mendez, Reporter

The Fresno City College women’s tennis suffered a heart breaking, season ending loss 5-3 in their Southern California semifinals match against De Anza on April 12. This match counts as only the second loss for the Rams th...  Read More »

April 16, 2016

First season a success for Rams swimming

Michael Mendez, Reporter

The Fresno City College women’s swimming team are prepping up for their final swimming meet of the regular season before heading into the conference tournament and state championships. The Rams are ending their very first seaso...  Read More »

April 16, 2016


Kobe: The Michael Jordan of Our Generation

1996. I was six years old and was introduced to basketball by my oldest sister Diana. We started playing in our backyard thanks to a makeshift...  Read More »

The Fresno City College softball girl's team is the number one team in the the latest ranking.

Fresno City College softball team No.1 in latest state ranking

The Fresno City College softball team is number one, according to the latest California Community College Fastpitch Coaches Association ranking. “I’m very proud of this te...  Read More »

Rams women’s tennis fare well in Big 8 conference tournament

The Fresno City College women’s tennis reached the finals in doubles and singles competition in the Big Eight conference tournament on April ...  Read More »

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