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Chancellor Finalists Explain Vision and Priorities at Open Forums

Chancellor Finalists Explain Vision and Priorities at Open Forums

Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

November 18, 2015

Finalists for the position of chancellor for State Center Community College District were introduced to students, faculty and staff in open forums throughout the district campuses on Nov. 12. Ronald Taylor, president and superintendent of Merced College, Dale Paul Parnell Jr., president of Norco College... READ MORE »

Dream Center Offers Warm Environment and Hope to Students

George Garnica, Reporter

Mexico City born Fresno City College freshman Nancy Barragan-Rodriguez, struggled to make a decision about pursuing her college career. The 19-year-old, who is undocumented, received an acceptance letter from California State University,...  Read More »

November 18, 2015

9-year-old girl donates 500 children’s books

Larry Valenzuela, Multimedia Editor

Fresno City College received a generous gift of 500 children’s books from an unusual donor, a 9-year-old. Danay Ferguson, a young book enthusiast, made the sizeable donation at a small ceremony held in front of the Old Administration Building...  Read More »

November 18, 2015

Supporters of U.S. veterans wave their flags at the Veterans Day Parade, starting from Fresno City Hall and ending at Chukchansi Park, Wednesday, Nov. 11, 2015.

Center Offers Veterans a Piece of Home

Cody Sedano was 19 years old when he enlisted in the Marine Corps. He actively served in Afghanistan for four years as an amphibious assault...  Read More »

Naomi Hendrix of "Raw Fresno". Raw Fresno was sponsored by the Associated Student Government to come on campus and sell it's food to students on Nov. 16, 2015.

ASG Sponsors Vegan Food Truck to Raise Funds

Fresno City College’s Associate Student Government [ASG] brought Raw Fresno to the main fountain on Nov. 16 in order to raise funds for student...  Read More »

Health Services Coordinator Offers Healing and Advice

“When I was in high school I had an advisor that told me that I was not smart enough to be a nurse. That I should try for something less and...  Read More »

Intramural Competition Offers Prizes and Scholarships

Do you get into an argument at least once a day? Do you like to be right all the time? If you enjoy arguing and winning, you are in luck. The...  Read More »

Cast members (left to right) Jacob Franz, Marikah Leal, Megan Dewitt, and Quincy Maxwell. "Bad Jews" opens November 13 at 7:30 p.m. at the Fresno City College Theater.

‘Bad Jews’– a Comedic Exploration of Religion and Culture

A Q&A with cast member Megan DeWitt Q.    What is “Bad Jews” about? A.    “‘Bad Jews,’ [written by Joshua Harmon, directed by Janin...  Read More »

State Center Community College District Police in the Fresno City College Free Speech Area after two fights broke out on Nov. 9.

Police Investigating Two Fights in Free Speech Area

Police are investigating two separate fights which broke out concurrently around 2 p.m. on Monday in the Fresno City College Free Speech Area. State...  Read More »

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Dancer Overcomes Performing Arts Barriers

Dancer Overcomes Performing Arts Barriers

Jasmine Yoro Bowles, Arts & Entertainment Editor

Deaf student inspires at Fresno City College Dance is an art form that requires physical ability, practice, commitment and ability to connect to the music. One Fresno City College student does all of that, despite having a large ...  Read More »

November 19, 2015

City Dance Fall 2015

City Dance Fall 2015

Cyrel Mallory, Reporter

Fall Dance Workshop to start November 20 So you think you can dance? The Fresno City College Dance Department hosts the biannual City Dance Fall Workshop on Nov. 20, 21 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. which will b...  Read More »

November 18, 2015

The Art of Yoga

Yoga offers numerous benefits to mind and body Do you really know the benefits of yoga? It is believed to be a good form of meditation, but wha...  Read More »

Belle Robison and Brittany Johnson rehearsing for the Music Association of California Community College choir conference held in San Francisco. Oct. 12 2015. Photo/Ryan Holquin

FCC Choir Sing Their Way to San Francisco

Talent is a natural aptitude or skill. Singing is up there as one of the most gifted talents. Fresno City College has five students, Belle...  Read More »

Frontman Johnny "Peebucks" Bonnel blows the crowd away at Strummer's. Nov. 10, 2015.

’80s Punk Rock Gets Tower Swingin’

San Fran band puts on utterly awesome show From here in Fresno and with the punch that punk rock gives you 24-hour Bigfoot Attack, starts...  Read More »

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FCC Football Team Ends Season on High Note, Secures Playoff Berth

FCC Football Team Ends Season on High Note, Secures Playoff Berth

Keaundrey Clark, Sports Editor

Fresno City College football team finished its regular season on an extremely high note as the players took care of business against the fledgling College of the Sequoias Giants with a final score of 49-17 on military appreciation...  Read More »

November 19, 2015

Freshman Soccer Standout Excited About Playoff Chances

Freshman Soccer Standout Excited About Playoff Chances

Kageanna Garza, Reporter

Starting freshman forward, Jose Ramirez, said that playing soccer for Fresno City College has been an incredible experience. Ramirez who was the top scorer on his high school team in Merced said his transition to the FCC...  Read More »

November 19, 2015

Sophomores Adrian Camposano and Albert Rosas in a clinch at  practice in the FCC Wrestling Room, Thursday Nov. 12, 2015.

No.1 Ranked Rams on Track for State Championship

When it comes to Fresno City College wrestling, the postseason is the only thing that matters. The Rams will begin their quest to capture yet...  Read More »

Freshman  Nate Jones on Saturday Oct. 31 at Ratcliffe Stadium.

Rams Running Back Named Player of the Week

Fresno City College Running Back Nate Jones was named the NCFC National Division Offensive Player of the Week after his performance helped the...  Read More »

Wide receiver James Whitfield, of Fresno City College, looks for an opening and evades running back Javaughn Iverson of San Joaquin Delta College at Ratcliffe Stadium at the homecoming game Oct. 31, 2015.

Rams Lose Homecoming Game, Still Hopeful for Playoff Spot

Homecoming week game is usually a time when the home team rolls over whatever poor opponent they schedule. It is a time for Rams alumni to come...  Read More »

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