STUDENT ACTIVITIES CLERK CHARGED WITH BATTERY, SUSPENDED WITH PAY

STUDENT ACTIVITIES CLERK CHARGED WITH BATTERY, SUSPENDED WITH PAY

Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor-in-Chief

April 20, 2015

A brief altercation in the student lounge of Fresno City College on March 20 took a turn that very few saw coming. By the end of the day, Linda Sanchez, the accounting clerk for the Student Activities office had been arrested and charged with battery against Suzette Freeman, a student aide in the... READ MORE »

Ice Cream Social benefits scholarship fund for former FCC president

Patrick Forrest, News Editor

The college community came out to the Old Administration Building East Courtyard for an ice cream social, raising money for the Tony Cantu memorial scholarship. The campus' fundraising goal for the scholarship was $20,000 in order to have...  Read More »

April 23, 2015

FCC Instructor Holds Sexual Assault and Rape Survey on Campus

Chueyee Yang, Reporter

Fresno City College instructor, Karen H. Moseley held a rape and sexual assault survey event with students from her Sociology of Rape course at the main fountain on April 22. “We are trying to establish not only awareness by doing our pamphlets...  Read More »

April 23, 2015

Houses sit on Snob Hill in Porterville, California as dry grass and low water levels are evident due to the drought. Many households have stopped watering their lawns due to restrictions.

Drought Brings Water Rationing and Alternative Landscaping

"It’s [water] not falling out of the sky, it’s not running down the rivers and it’s not coming out of the springs,” said...  Read More »

New Fresno City College Bell Carillon Officially Recognized

Fresno City College students can now enjoy noontime concerts and musical chimes on the hour. A small ceremony officially recognized the newly...  Read More »

Carillon Bells to Return to FCC, dedication ceremony to be held

The sound of music, once heard 25 years ago in 1990, has returned to Fresno City College with a newly installed harmonious carillon of bells. A...  Read More »

Clerk Alleges Cover-up of Funds Missing in Student Activities Office

An accounting clerk is alleging that some money, totalling $2,110 is missing from the Associated Students Government’s account managed by the...  Read More »

Dancers from the Khmer Cultural Preservation performing the Robam Phuong Neary, a classical Khmer dance that compares the beauty of a Khmer woman to a golden flower, during the Asian-American 2015 Celebration Night show in the FCC Theatre on March 27, 2015.

College Launches Asian-American Month Celebrations

The Asian American History Month celebrations were kicked off at Fresno City College on March 25. Throughout the month of April, The Asian American...  Read More »

Student Who Called in Bomb Threat to Be Sentenced in July

On Jan. 22, 2014, a 22-year-old student called in a bomb threat to Fresno City College as a practical joke. Today, Judy Gutierrez is locked up...  Read More »

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

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

Angela Tuttle, Reporter

The streets outside the African American Historical and Cultural Museum in downtown Fresno bustled with food, vendors, art, jazz and soul music on April 18 for the first of what is sure to become an annual Jazz and Soul Festival. Eight...  Read More »

April 21, 2015

The Color Morale

The Color Morale

Daisy Rodriguez, Photo Editor

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 US. Consisting of vocalist Garret Rapp, guitarists Devin King and Aaron Saunders,...  Read More »

April 20, 2015

Max Brooks, zombie lore expert and best selling author, speaks at Fresno City College Tuesday, April 14, 2015. Brooks explains his own experiences with writing books about a zombie apocalypse.

FCC’S Zombie Survival Speech

Renowned author Max Brooks visited the Fresno City College Old Administration Building for a speech, reception and book signing. Brooks, who...  Read More »

FCC Instructor, Juan Guzman poses for a photo.

Schooling You in Fashion

How do professors manage to keep their own style, but still look professional while doing it? English Professor Juan Guzman, tells all. Guzman...  Read More »

Various cars displayed at Tower’s 15th Classic Car Show, Fresno, April 6.

Tower Car Show

The Tower Classic Car Show opened with a little controversy over the $40 entry fees ($35.00 if purchased before April 6), but patrons flooded...  Read More »

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Badminton Team Eager for Success in 16th Season

Badminton Team Eager for Success in 16th Season

David Chavez, Reporter

The head coach of the badminton team at Fresno City College, Coach Carol Kadingo, is eager to see what this year’s team can do. The team won its first match of the season last week against Mission Community College 21-0....  Read More »

April 21, 2015

8 from FCC women’s soccer sign letters of intent

8 from FCC women’s soccer sign letters of intent

Keaundrey Clark, Sports Editor

Eight Fresno City College women’s soccer players announced which four-year universities they will be continuing their education and playing careers during a news conference at the Soccer stadium on March 24. Women’s...  Read More »

April 21, 2015

Athletic Program to Add Swimming and Diving Team

Fresno City College will add another team to its athletic program in the spring of 2016. According to Loraine Smith, dean of applied health,...  Read More »

Fresno City College softball on the rise, tied for first place after rough start

The Fresno City College softball team is back and stronger than before leading the season tied for first place against Reedley. Pressure can...  Read More »

Rams’ Coach ranks 3rd in California JC History with 900 Career Wins

Scott started his baseball career at the community college level and played baseball at Canada College in Bay Area. He then transferred to the...  Read More »

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