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Rebozo Revival Brings Life To Hispanic Heritage Month

Rebozo Revival Brings Life To Hispanic Heritage Month

Story By: Marco Rosas, Entertainment Editor

September 26, 2017

The first event of a week-long celebration called the Rebozo Revival was held on Monday Sept. 25 at Fres.co in downtown Fresno. A rebozo is a sort of Mexican shawl made by hand in many different parts of Mexico. The Rebozo is also something that event coordinator Lourdes Sevilla holds near and dear to...

Students Showcase Fashion With a Conscience

Students Showcase Fashion With a Conscience

Story By: Adrianna Johnson, Reporter

May 3, 2017

Fashion merchandising students showed off their final projects in a recycled fashion show in the library on April 28. The event, featuring designs in Asian styles, opened the Asian Fest celebrations. The fashion show, in its second year, featured 10 garments designed by students and alumni of FCC with...

Cheap Clothing Comes at a High Cost

Cheap Clothing Comes at a High Cost

Story By: Cheyenne Tex, Reporter

February 22, 2017

After making more than $600 million in annual sales during its peak, the assets and intellectual property of American Apparel have been sold to Gildan Activewear Inc., according to “American Apparel Bankruptcy Deal Leaves Retail Future in Doubt”published by Bloomberg News. Although American Appa...

FCC Students Dress for Style and Comfort

Story By: Cheyenne Tex, Reporter

February 13, 2017

Rain drop, drop top, it’s raining and it won’t stop, stop. Due to the colder and rainier winter months, some FCC students have been dressing to keep warm and others to keep their feet dry. For some, however, staying warm doesn’t stop them from being fashionable. “I have a tendency...

Zapotec native explains art of yarn dyeing

August 26, 2016

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