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Native American Demonstrators March Through Campus

Native American Demonstrators March Through Campus

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April 21, 2017

Workshop Helps Dreamers’ Success

Workshop Helps Dreamers’ Success

Story By: Jorge Rodriguez, Reporter

The Fresno City College Dream Center offered a workshop on April 7 at 9 a.m. that focused on programs that help out students who fall under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status that want to transfer to a university. The workshop w...

April 19, 2017

First Veterans Resource Fair Held at FCC

First Veterans Resource Fair Held at FCC

Story By: Jorge Rodriguez, Reporter

  The Fresno City College Veterans Resource Center held its first resource fair on April 5 in the rose garden in front of the Old Administration Building from 9 a.m. until noon, when a lunch was provided to veterans and fair attendees....

April 17, 2017

The Slants Rock the OAB

The Slants Rock the OAB

Story By: Frank Lopez, Opinion Editor

Portland rock group, the Slants, gave a Fresno City College audience what business instructor Nancy Holland describes as “a really unexpected treat” in the packed OAB auditorium on April 3. The event was organized by FCC’s Speakers ...

April 5, 2017

Student Government Seeks to Protect All Students

Student Government Seeks to Protect All Students

Members of the Associated Student Government voted on Tuesday to rebrand Fresno City College a “safe campus” for all students, including und...

Proposed Cuts in Financial Could be Catastrophic

Proposed cuts in President Trump’s new budget will affect a third of the Pell Grant and eliminate the  Federal Supplement Educational Opportun...

Evolving Technology Poses Challenges for Older Students

Students typically enroll in college classes right after high school, and most are up-to-date with the technology used in the classroom. For o...

Asian-American Month Showcases Diversity Among Asian Cultures

Fresno City College will celebrate its annual Asian-American month this April. The month-long celebration kicked off with the two hour long Cel...

History Class Remembers Horrors of Japanese Internment

History Class Remembers Horrors of Japanese Internment

Marion Masada was 9 years old, and Sab Masada was a young teenager when their families, like other Japanese throughout the United States, were rounded...

Rampage Wins at State Competition

Rampage editors and staff won several awards at the the 62nd annual Journalism Association of Community Colleges State Convention in Sacramento,...

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Brass Unicorn Offers Magical Presence in Tower District

Story By: Julease Graham, Reporter

The Brass Unicorn is family-owned magical emporium and a healing center located less than a mile from Fresno City College. The idiosyncratic shop is known as a metaphysical bookstore, stocked with inventory representing...

April 5, 2017

Celebration Night Marks Official Start of Asian-American Month

Celebration Night Marks Official Start of Asian-American Month

Story By: Jorge Rodriguez, Reporter

Asian American month began on April 1, but celebrations at the Fresno City College campus started a day early on March 31 with Celebration Night Show, an event showcasing Asian culture. The 14th annual event was held at the FCC Th...

April 5, 2017

The Slants Rock the OAB

The Slants Rock the OAB

Story By: Frank Lopez, Opinion Editor

Portland rock group, the Slants, gave a Fresno City College audience what business instructor Nancy Holland describes as “a really unexpected treat” in the packed OAB auditorium on April 3. The event was organized b...

April 5, 2017

High Schools Win at Guitar Summit

“It takes a village to raise a guitar summit,” said Kevin Cooper, music instructor and director of summit, as Fresno City College was fill...

From Silence, There’s Laughter

From Silence, There’s Laughter

Hearing people can be funny, especially if you are deaf. This is one of many things long-time deaf performer Peter Cook shared during his pe...

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Are Disney Remakes Worth While? Pro

Story By: Noah Villaverde, Reporter

The Walt Disney Company has an expansive library of classic animated films that has stood the test o...

April 5, 2017

Are Disney Remakes Worth While? Con

Story By: Frank Lopez, Opinion Editor

It is no secret that the Disney Corp. likes to capitalize on its rich history of characters and stori...

April 5, 2017

The Pros of City College

Story By: Julease Graham, Reporter

Most students do not dream about attending a community college one day, but sometimes, it is just the...

April 5, 2017

Cramming Techniques

  Are you too busy, or simply procrastinate in getting ready for a test? From generation to generation, students have mastered ways to cram successfully befor...

Horoscopes: Facts or Foolishness

Some people read their horoscopes religiously, living by their words, believing the stars can truly predict their future, while other just read horoscopes for ...

Is the Media Liberal? Con

A frequently asked question is, “Is the news media too liberal?”,however, to frame it that way can only lead us to one conclusion: the media is liberal. ...

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De Anza College Snap Rams Undefeated Streak

Story By: Eric Jaramishian, Reporter

Fresno City College  badminton team loses their  first game of the season against De Anza College in a 10-12 snapping their undefeated streak at home on April 20.   Six players from each team played in the fir...

April 27, 2017

Rams Fight Hard Against Giants

Story By: Marco Rosas, Reporter

Saturday April 22 the Fresno City College Rams faced off against the Giants from College of The Sequoias. It was the third time that week the teams had faced each other, FCC winning the two previous encounters. Unfo...

April 27, 2017

Pool Tournament Provides Break from Classes

Story By: Javier Hernandez, Reporter

Emmanuel Lopez became the reigning champion of the ongoing pool tournaments at Fresno City College after winning the contest on April 4. Lopez said he started playing the sport one year ago and enjoys playing pool because...

April 5, 2017

Rams Remain Undefeated Over CCSF

Rams Remain Undefeated Over CCSF

Fresno City College defeated City College of San Fransisco  in a 19-2 victory at home on April 4. FCC had six singles players in the first...

Can the Raiders Make it in Sin City

Can the Raiders Make it in Sin City

Let’s get one thing straight: I don’t want to hear about loyalty. I don’t want to hear that the Raiders owe their fans in Oakland for sticking...

Women’s Tennis Fall Short of Conference

Women’s Tennis Fall Short of Conference

The Fresno City College women’s tennis team took second place in its conference after losing to Modesto in the last league match on March 31. After...

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