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‘Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate’ is Mediocre at Best

‘Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate’ is Mediocre at Best

Story By: Peter Lopez, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Video Games

“Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate,” the latest from game video developer and publisher, Capcom, released on Aug. 28, exclusively for the Nintendo Switch. Although it’s the newest “Monster Hunter” game to date, it didn’t quite captive this hunter as much as he would’ve liked. For those...

New Music Faculty Add Classes, Events

New Music Faculty Add Classes, Events

Story By: Blake Evans, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Campus, Entertainment, Music, Staff

The music department at Fresno City College has undergone a major change, following the retirement of many long-serving professors. “We had some of the best and most celebrated educators here,” Kevin Cooper, chair of the department head, said. “We went from a well oiled machine to a question...

FCC Choral to Perform in Carnegie Hall

FCC Choral to Perform in Carnegie Hall

Story By: Ben Hensley, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Music, Music

The Fresno City College Festival Chorale will perform in Carnegie Hall in New York City in June 2019. Performing with “National Concerts,” a new organization, the FCC Chorale will be spotlighted in a 12-minute solo ensemble performance and will have the opportunity to perform an original instrumental...

From Working Retail to Writing about Video Games

From Working Retail to Writing about Video Games

Story By: Peter Lopez, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, profile, Video Games

Covering video games for a living is no walk in the park, and for some, it may even be considered a “dream job.” But one young man has taken it upon himself to grab the bull by the horns, quit his day-job, and start producing content as a full-time freelance games journalist. Jakejames Lugo, 30,...

Art Hop Brings Fun, Family and Excitement to Downtown Fresno

Art Hop Brings Fun, Family and Excitement to Downtown Fresno

Story By: Toni Woodruff, Reporter

September 11, 2018


Filed under Arts & Literature, Downtown Fresno, Entertainment, Food, Music

Food trucks lined the sidewalks of downtown Fresno with laughter, while artists filled the streets with art, music and dancers showcasing their work. What started out as a few art galleries and museums exhibiting their work has now blossomed into a platform to celebrate all types of talent. “At...

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