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New Plans for an Old Campus

New Plans for an Old Campus

Story By: Edward Smith, News/Copy Editor

With more than $500 million in their pocket to spend, the State Center Community College District is exploring ways to proceed with proposed construction projects. To address concerns and conflicting visions for future projects across to...

May 3, 2017

FCC Health Services Offers Support to Pregnant Students

FCC Health Services Offers Support to Pregnant Students

Story By: Makinna Malady, Reporter

Trying to earn your degree while pregnant can be extremely challenging.  Luckily, the Fresno City College Health Services offer many resources for expectant students, according to Lisa Chaney, coordinator of the center.    The Pregnan...

May 3, 2017

Instructor Magnifies Little-Known Organism

Instructor Magnifies Little-Known Organism

Story By: Terada Phengphong, Reporter

Dr. Carl Johansson, biology instructor at Fresno City College is studying the toughest living species on Earth. It isn’t the largest or even the strongest in muscle mass; in fact it’s so small, you need a microscope to see it. Tar...

May 3, 2017

Fire Scholarship Money Means More Access to Education

Fire Scholarship Money Means More Access to Education

Story By: Cheyenne Tex, Reporter

For the first time, the Fire Academy at Fresno City College will provide their cadets with an opportunity to receive a scholarship. Soccoro Gonzalez-Deaver, founder of the scholarship program, said he recently made progress in finding fun...

May 3, 2017

Asian Heritage Month Closes With Festival

Asian Heritage Month Closes With Festival

Asian Fest is the largest cultural event that can be found at Fresno City College. It is a celebration of various Asian cultures and has been at ...

Native American Demonstrators March Through Campus

Native American Demonstrators March Through Campus

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Workshop Helps Dreamers’ Success

Workshop Helps Dreamers’ Success

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...

First Veterans Resource Fair Held at FCC

First Veterans Resource Fair Held at FCC

  The Fresno City College Veterans Resource Center held its first resource fair on April 5 in the rose garden in front of the Old Admi...

The Slants Rock the OAB

The Slants Rock the OAB

Portland rock group, the Slants, gave a Fresno City College audience what business instructor Nancy Holland describes as “a really unexpected treat...

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...

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Poets Slam On The Mic In FCC Library

Poets Slam On The Mic In FCC Library

Story By: Marco Rosas, Reporter

Fresno City College students showcased their poetic talents in competitive fashion in a poetry slam presented by Friends of the Library on April 25. FCC Librarian Donna Chandler is a member of the Friends of the Library and...

May 3, 2017

Spring Concert Plays In FCC Theatre

Spring Concert Plays In FCC Theatre

Story By: Marco Rosas, Reporter

Fresno City College’s brass, woodwind, and percussion ensemble’s played a collection of pieces in the FCC Theatre Tuesday April 25. Woodwind director Larry Honda led the woodwind ensemble in the first three performances ...

May 3, 2017

DAMN. is HUMBLE.

DAMN. is HUMBLE.

Story By: Julease Graham, Reporter

Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album remained true to his artistry and mind set. By not sacrificing his raw intensity in a world of popular culture and meaningless noise, Lamar landed all 14 songs on the Billboard Hot ...

May 3, 2017

Asian Heritage Month Closes With Festival

Asian Heritage Month Closes With Festival

Asian Fest is the largest cultural event that can be found at Fresno City College. It is a celebration of various Asian cultures and has been at ...

Teasers Highlight Students’ Talents

It is spring season for Fresno City College, which means Teasers, short plays written, directed and performed on stage by FCC students, retur...

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Mending the Generation Gap

Mending the Generation Gap

Story By: Frank Lopez, Opinion Editor

Socrates (469–399 B.C.) QUOTATION: The children now love luxury; they have bad manners, contempt for authority; they sho...

May 3, 2017

Should California Declare itself a Sanctuary State? / Pro

Should California Declare itself a Sanctuary State? / Pro

Story By: Eric Jaramishian, Reporter

The California senate has recently passed a bill called the “California Values Act,” which is intende...

May 3, 2017

Should California Declare itself a Sanctuary State?/ Con

Should California Declare itself a Sanctuary State?/ Con

Story By: Marco Rosas, Reporter

California legislators are currently debating whether California should become a sanctuary state and no...

May 3, 2017

Hollywood and the Native Warrior — an Evolving Story of Stereotypes and Misrepresentation

Hollywood and the Native Warrior — an Evolving Story of Stereotypes and Misrepresentation

The symbol of the American Indian  has long been  popular in Hollywood films and television. From the bloodthirsty warriors to the modern hippie Indian of the...

The Model Minority: A Myth destroying Asian Communities

The Model Minority: A Myth destroying Asian Communities

Smart, wealthy, hard working, and “living the American dream” are the western stereotypes put upon Asian Americans.         People of Asian-American bac...

Why Kanye Isn’t Great Anymore

Kanye West is universally recognized as one of the best rappers in the world. He’s helped to write, produce and has collaborated on some of the biggest hits in ...

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The Price of a Knee

Story By: Armondo Carreno, Reporter

lOn August 28, 2016, quarterback Colin Kaepernick made a decision that would divide the country. He took a seat during the national anthem in a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers.   After becoming a fre...

May 5, 2017

Spring Sports Roundup

Story By: Michael Mendez, Sports Editor

It has been an ambitious  semester for the Fresno City College athletic program this semester with each team trying to repeat the  success that they achieved last year. Men’s Basketball The men’s basketball team...

May 5, 2017

Fight For The Pride Of Mexico

Story By: Marco Rosas, Reporter

  On Cinco De Mayo weekend, two Mexican boxers will face off to find out who is the new face of Mexican boxing. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will face off against former middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr May ...

May 5, 2017

The NFL Draft: First Round

On April 27, the NFL held its annual draft -- its biggest event of the offseason -- in Philadelphia. After two months of mock drafts and specu...

The Road to the Finals

  The second round of the NBA finals kicked off Sunday night. Three teams have already claimed game one victories. The Houston Rockets ...

De Anza College Snap Rams Undefeated Streak

Fresno City College  badminton team loses their  first game of the season against De Anza College in a 10-12 snapping their undefeated strea...

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