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Festival Ushers Vivid & Bright Colors

Festival Ushers Vivid & Bright Colors

Daisy Rodriguez, Photo Editor

October 7, 2015

The Holi Festival of Colors lit up Fresno City College on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015. Presenting live music, yoga, food from Brahma Bull and color throwing, the massive crowds cheered on performers at the large festival filled with color.

Yik Yak Post Raises Concerns about Racism

Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

A post on the social media app, Yik Yak, by an anonymous user claiming to be a Fresno City College instructor is raising racism concerns. “Why are all these Black students at [FCC] so obnoxious and rude? not racist, just observing what is goi...  Read More »

October 9, 2015

District Launches Campaign for Bond Measure

Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

The State Center Community College District is gearing to launch a “robust” informational campaign to get support for a bond measure that would address the most pressing concerns for Fresno City College and the other district campuses. Bill...  Read More »

October 7, 2015

Eric Pugh, in white, catches a pass from Timothy Garcia while playing football in the free speech area. They practice and enjoy the green grass in between their classes.

Grounds Maintenance Crews Using Latest Technology to Keep Grass Green

Eric Pugh and Vincent Johnson practice football plays in front of the free speech area regularly between classes. Both men said they never paused...  Read More »

Ed Lund, curator of the Fresno City College Art Space Gallery, was killed in a bicycle accident on Oct. 3, 2015.

Ed Lund, Curator of Art Gallery, Dies

Edward Lund, a local artist and curator for the Art Space Gallery at Fresno City College, died in a crash on Saturday during a charity bike ride...  Read More »

Ray Ramirez was hired as the new student equity coordinator at Fresno City College.

New Student Equity Coordinator Ready to Tackle Systemic Inequities

The new student equity coordinator at Fresno City College says he is entering his new position with a clear understanding of what the job entails...  Read More »

Changes Simplify Financial Aid Application Process

Kira Tippins, financial aid director at Fresno City College, says President Barack Obama’s new initiative for students who apply for financial...  Read More »


Police Looking for Suspect in Kidnapping Cases around Campus

Fresno police are looking for a man they believe is connected to two separate kidnapping attempts on Monday morning in central Fresno, just south...  Read More »

Health Center to Provide Acupuncture Services

So you want to try alternative medicine? You don’t have to look far. In the coming months, the college’s health services will be offering...  Read More »

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Game room gives students needed downtime

Game room gives students needed downtime

Rudy Perez, Reporter

College can be such a stressful and worrisome time in a student’s life. It can be difficult for students to stop and smell the roses at Fresno City College. Whether it is worrying about upcoming tests, essays or any...  Read More »

October 7, 2015

“Detroit” Handles Tough Issues: Director Chuck Erven on FCC play

“Detroit” Handles Tough Issues: Director Chuck Erven on FCC play

Jasmine Yoro, A&E Editor

Q.What is Detroit about? A.“Detroit” is often referred to a comic drama; it works on the level of a comedy and the level of a drama. There are lots of things that are very funny with it and some issues with it, alt...  Read More »

October 7, 2015

The Big Fresno Fair 2015

It’s that time of year again; the Big Fresno Fair is back and opening today! The Big Fresno Fair is the fifth largest fair in California...  Read More »

American Horror Story: Hotel

The macabre gore-fest “American Horror Story” is returning for a fifth season tonight. Season one, “Murder House” (2011), was set...  Read More »

Mando Manfredonia.

Delegate My Style: “You can call me the fashion senator”- Delegate Mando Manfredonia

Mando Manfredonia is a delegate of Fresno City College, a senior senator campus-wide and the senator representing the business division. Manfredonia...  Read More »

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Battle Of The Pump: Fresno City College beat Reedley  College for the seventh consecutive year, 24-21.

Battle Of The Pump: Fresno City College beat Reedley College for the seventh consecutive year, 24-21.

Michael Mendez, Reporter

In a fight to the finish, the Fresno City College Rams defeated the Reedley Tigers 24-21, in the Battle for the Pump rivalry game on Oct. 3 at Reedley High School, with a game winning touchdown by running back Nate Jones. The...  Read More »

October 7, 2015

Women’s Volleyball Team First in CVC

Women’s Volleyball Team First in CVC

Michael Ford, Reporter

The FCC Rams women’s volleyball team put on an outstanding performance in their 3-0 sweep of Reedley in the Fresno City gymnasium on Oct. 2. The win extends their winning streak to four games and improves their season record...  Read More »

October 7, 2015

Christian Rossi: winning on and off the field

The Fresno City College football is a premier program because of the quality of athletes it recruits from all over. Christian Rossi, second...  Read More »

Women’s Soccer Team Now Ranked No. 1 in Nation

Fresno City College is now the No. 1 women’s soccer team in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America third division in the entire...  Read More »

Clovis Community College Dives In

Fresno City College has a new neighbor and potential rival as Clovis Community College makes moves to develop its athletic program. The new...  Read More »

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