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September 28, 2016

Ram Minute 9/28

September 12, 2016

Rampage News Minute 9/10

Suspended Student Continues Fight for Zapata

Larry Valenzuela, Broadcast Editor

The 63-year-old student suspended from campus because of the grievances against his dog, continues his fight to be reinstated into Fresno City College.  18 days after being suspended for bringing his dog on campus,.   Larry Rodriguez came to t...  Read More »

September 28, 2016

Pol Sci Instructor Predicts Clinton Win, Encourages Students to Vote

Cedric Hood, Reporter

With less than seven weeks left until Americans elect a new president, the chair of the Fresno City College political science department describes this presidential election as “volatile.” It’s no secret Democrat Hillary Clinton and...  Read More »

September 28, 2016

Officials Encourage Recycling for a Clean Campus

Since 1994, Glen R. Foth, State Center Community College District manager for grounds services, has been busy encouraging students and staff ...  Read More »

Personnel Commission Refuses to Hear Out-of-Class Pay Petition

A petition by a Fresno City College employee was once again excluded from the agenda of the Sept. 29 meeting of the personnel commission due...  Read More »

Blind Student’s Guide Dog Challenged

A student in a culinary program at Fresno City College is fighting for the right to bring her service dog to class. Alexis Rivas, who is ...  Read More »

Hope for the Holidays to Benefit Needy Students

The holiday season will soon roll by, and Fresno City College faculty and staff are being encouraged to nominate worthy students for this year...  Read More »

Train Kills Man Near Campus

A man in his 30s was killed Tuesday after being struck by an Amtrak train near Fresno City College. Lt. Joe Gomez said officers went to the c...  Read More »

Juvenile arrested after Facebook post claims shooting threat to Fresno high schools

A juvenile was arrested Monday night in connection to a social media post threatening to shoot up high schools, including Fresno High School. ...  Read More »

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Music Lecture Raises Funds for Music Program, Instruments

Eric Zamora, Reporter

The Fresno City College music department presented a lecture recital about a famous piano and its prolific owner. The Steinway piano, owned by Vladimir Horowitz, a Russian piano virtuoso and composer, was given to him in 1...  Read More »

September 27, 2016

Maná Brings Latino Love and Power to Fresno

Jasmine Yoro, Arts & Entertainment Editor

Maná rocked the Save Mart Center with immense love and pride for Mexico and the Latino community. Fresno was the tenth stop in the Latin rock band’s Latino Power Tour, with several sold out shows. The band was greete...  Read More »

September 27, 2016

Garth Brooks Earns 7th Diamond Record at “Greatest Opening Night”

On  the opening night of the Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood n Fresno, Brooks showed that being 54 years old is nothing more th...  Read More »

Fresno youth get L.O.U.D. at City

Fresno youth packed the college courtyards inside the Old Administration Building on Sept. 9 for an event showcasing live art, music, dance and taco...  Read More »

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Wrestling Team Gear Up for Upcoming Season

Michael Mendez, Reporter

Grapples, takedowns, reversals and pin-falls are coming to a mat near you as Fresno City College wrestling team prepares for their upcoming season. The Rams open their season on Sept. 28 in a contest against West Hill College and ...  Read More »

September 29, 2016

New Volleyball Coach Sets High Goals

Jose Orozco, Reporter

Kieran Roblee is one of the newest additions to the Fresno City College athletics program.   She has big shoes to fill as she is replacing Tracy Ainger-Schulte, who is now the head volleyball coach at Fresno Pacific University. ...  Read More »

September 29, 2016

The start of the 2016 NFL season is finally here, which also means the start of the fantasy league, and the ability to select the top players in th...  Read More »

When Athletes Get Involved in Political Movements

Professional athletes are in a unique position today, unlike at any time previously. With a single tweet, post on Facebook or Instagram, ...  Read More »

Rams Suffer Tough Loss in Home Opener

The Fresno City College football team suffered comes down with the turnover bug in their 17-13 loss against Santa Rosa. This loss evened the ...  Read More »

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