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Central Valley Veterans Day Parade is Going Virtual

Photo courtesy of the Fresno Veterans Day Parade website.
November 10, 2020

The Central Valley has decided to hold their annual Veterans Day Parade virtually on Nov. 11 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The parade will start at 11 a.m. on channel KSEE 24, KSEE 24 Facebook page...

Too Early for Christmas? Yes!

Too Early for Christmas? Yes!
November 5, 2020

These days, it seems that we are all running low on patience with regards to the holidays, and while I am all for the fun and excitement that comes with them, I cannot help but also feel a bit overwhelmed...

There is Still “Hope for the Holidays”

There is Still
November 6, 2019

As is tradition, Fresno City College’s “Hope for the Holidays” is also preparing for the giving season. The “Hope for the Holidays” committee is rewarding students who need help this season...

Indigenous People’s Day Celebration Spreads Awareness of Crisis in Native American Communities

FCC student Robert Davis of the Cherokee tribe shows his support with face paint at the Indigenous People's Day rally on Oct. 14, 2019 symbolizing the awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women.
October 23, 2019

Red handprints across mouths, drums in hand. People of all ages rallied for missing and murdered Native American women during the celebration of Indigenous People’s Day on Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, marching...

10 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day When You’re Broke

Illustration by Tasha Turner.
January 31, 2018

Oh, Valentine’s Day -- the day where lovers show their partner how much they care for one another by breaking the bank. I love expensive chocolate as much as the next person, but why must couples...

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