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The First Purge is Subtle Like a Flying Brick

The First Purge is Subtle Like a Flying Brick

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

July 3, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

“The Purge” franchise is one of those funny little horror movie staples that exemplifies everything the mature, the sophisticated, and the critical turn their noses up at. It’s cheap. It’s low art. It’s schlocky. But unlike the slashers of the '80s and '90s or the modern “Saw” franchise,...

Mike Dana & Larry Honda Celebrated At Final Jazz Concert

Mike Dana & Larry Honda Celebrated At Final Jazz Concert

Story By: Noah Villaverde, Entertainment Editor

May 10, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

Retiring Fresno City College music instructors Mike Dana and Larry Honda were celebrated by their students and faculty during the final jazz concert of the semester on May 7. The program, dubbed “Past, Present and Future: 28 Years of Jazz at FCC” featured live performances from the Honda-direc...

Retiring Music Legends Reflect on Their Careers

Retiring Music Legends Reflect on Their Careers

Story By: Noah Villaverde, Entertainment Editor

May 1, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Music

As music instructors Mike Dana and Larry Honda prepare to retire after this semester, the Rampage asked the pair to reflect on their legacies. Dana has taught at Fresno City College for 28 years, and Honda for 21. When you two look back at your first day here at FCC, how do you compare that time to n...

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Is Marvel’s 10 Year Promise Kept

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Is Marvel’s 10 Year Promise Kept

Story By: Noah Villaverde, Entertainment Editor

April 26, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Film

In 2008, Marvel Studios released “Iron Man,” which gave audiences a grounded, yet thrilling origin story that ended up serving as the foundation for a groundbreaking franchise that the likes of Hollywood have never seen before. Ten years and 18 films later, the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)  finall...

Third Annual LitHop to Light up Tower District and FCC

Third Annual LitHop to Light up Tower District and FCC

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Opinion Editor

April 18, 2018


Filed under Entertainment

LitHop 2018, the third annual literary festival, is returning to Fresno’s Tower District and Fresno City College on April 21. Founded in 2016 by FCC instructor and former Fresno poet laureate Lee Herrick, LitHop 2018 boasts 140 writers at over 40 different events. The festival is a Fresno Poet ...

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