EMLS Students Adapt to US Culture, Life

EMLS Students Adapt to US Culture, Life

Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

May 14, 2015

Soro Coulibaly, 28, hopes every word she speaks sounds better than the one before it. She enunciates her words unhurriedly, repeating herself often times, laboriously explaining her commitment to mastering English. Her native tongue is French. Coulibaly arrived to the United States in 2013 from... READ MORE »

Community Gathers To Discuss, Find Solutions on Immigration

Cresencio Rodriguez , Editor-in-Chief

Immigration was the center of a discussion Saturday at the Fresno City College auditorium. The discussion was mainly focused on bringing solutions to what some call, a “broken immigration system”. ...  Read More »

August 22, 2015

New Leader Welcomed as FCC Kicks Off New Semester

Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

An assembly of Fresno City College faculty on Thursday learned the state of the college campus, programs, technology and facility renovations taking place there, and they heard it all from a familiar face to the campus. ...  Read More »

August 13, 2015

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EOPS Applications for Fall 2015 being accepted July 10

This could benefit you. Take advantage of this opportunity. The Fresno City College Extended Opportunities Program and Services is accepting...  Read More »

Suspended Student Activities Office Clerk Awaits Fate

Seven weeks after she was suspended for battery against a student, Linda Sanchez is yet to know the disposition of the case against her. Sanchez,...  Read More »

Fresno City College’s Graduation Ceremony at the Selland Arena on May 23, 2014.

1,200 to Graduate in Selland Arena Ceremony

Approximately 500 out of the 1,200 Fresno City College students who are graduating are expected to participate in the commencement ceremony at...  Read More »

Dorothy Sedley unlocks one of the bins from which she collects recyclables on campus in order to donate money to the State Center Community College Foundation.

Dot ‘the can lady’ retires but not from helping students

With a broken heart, 86-year-old Dorothy Sedley, more commonly known as “Dot the Can Lady”, has retired from her volunteer position on the...  Read More »

(L to R) Lee Herrick, Pearl Mangum and Micheal Roberts.

Tony Cantu Memorial Scholarship Fund Meets Target of $20,000

The Tony Cantu memorial scholarship reached its fundraising goal of $20,000 by the end of the semester to be matched by the State Center Community...  Read More »

Map of the future California High Speed Rail.

Club Committed to Promoting High Speed Rail Project

Nicholas Kennedy, a business/economics double major, is slowly gathering supporters for the high speed rail -- a project once deemed unnecessary...  Read More »

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FCC Fashion Inspired by Cost, Comfort and Willingness to Experiment

FCC Fashion Inspired by Cost, Comfort and Willingness to Experiment

Albertina Rodriguez Delgado, Reporter

What are Fresno City students wearing? What’s their style? Where do they find their fashion inspiration? Fashion at Fresno City College comes in many different styles. With unique fashion tastes -- some more daring and...  Read More »

May 14, 2015

Fashion Merchandising Class Turns Trash Into Couture

Fashion Merchandising Class Turns Trash Into Couture

Albertina Rodriguez Delgado, Reporter

Making trash into clothes? Is this becoming a new thing? Well, students from Fresno City College’s Fashion Merchandising class did just that. FCC instructor Pam Hutton had approximately 15 students who worked on the...  Read More »

May 14, 2015

The Fresno City College’s Folklorico group dancing during Noche De Danza Mexicana on Saturday, April 25, 2015 at the Fresno City College Theatre.

Noche de Danza

Fresno City College’s Folklorico group put on a Noche De Danza Mexicana [Night of Mexican Dance] at the Fresno City College Theater on April...  Read More »

Paintings are on display at the first Jazz and Soul Music Festival in downtown Fresno on April 18, 2015.

First-ever jazz festival draws dozens, hopes to return next year

The streets outside the African American Historical and Cultural Museum in downtown Fresno bustled with food, vendors, art, jazz and soul music...  Read More »

The crowd reaches out to vocalist Garret Rapp of The Color Morale. Wednesday, April 1, 2015.

The Color Morale

From Rockford, Illinois, The Color Morale has made its way to Strummers here in Fresno, California on their Hold On Pain Ends tour around the...  Read More »

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Eric Swain named Fresno City College Athletic Director

Eric Swain named Fresno City College Athletic Director

Keaundrey Clark, Sports Editor

The deputy principal at Buchanan High School has been approved as the new athletic director at Fresno City College. Eric Swain, 50, was approved by the State Center Community College District Board of Trustees and will...  Read More »

June 3, 2015

Baseball Team Advance to Final 4

Keaundrey Clark, Sports Editor

The second-seeded Rams (33-9) advanced to next weekend's CCCAA Final Four with a wild 9-7 victory over No.3 Feather River in Game 2 of a Sectionals series at John Euless Ballpark. The rams won in the 10th inning with two...  Read More »

May 18, 2015

FCC Advances to Sectional Regionals

The Fresno City College baseball team is advancing to the next round of the Norcal Sectional playoffs after defeating Ohlone College two games...  Read More »

Alyssa Jones, FCC female athlete of the year and PJ Chan, FCC male athlete of the year.

Two Honored at 2015 Torch of Excellence Awards

Sophomore volleyball player Alyssa Jones was named Fresno City College Female Athlete of the Year for her excellence on the court and in the...  Read More »

Cheerleading Team Insist That They are Equal to Others on Campus

The Fresno City Rams cheerleading team are fighting a commonly held misconception that cheerleading is not a sport. The girls are confident in...  Read More »

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