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

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

Story By: Tasha Turner, Reporter

January 31, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Holiday

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 spend hundreds on roses to show they love each other?  Money doesn’t determine your love for som...

Keep Your Holiday Cheer to Yourself

Keep Your Holiday Cheer to Yourself

Story By: Samantha Domingo, News Editor

November 29, 2017


Filed under Holiday, Opinion

For most people, the holidays are associated with happiness, family, and a general sense of goodwill. That’s great and all, but I hate it. To me, the holiday season and all of the cheer that comes along with it is a facade; it just isn’t genuine or sincere. It’s almost impossible to avoid holiday ch...

Donations Needed for Hope for the Holidays

Story By: David Hernandez, Reporter

October 25, 2017


Filed under Briefs, Community, Holiday, News, Student Issues

With the holidays right around the corner, students and faculty are getting into the spirit of giving with the Fresno City College’s Hope for the Holidays program. The program’s goal is to help spread holiday cheer to students who are less fortunate through donations from students and staff. S...

Should There be an Age Limit to Trick or Treating?

Should There be an Age Limit to Trick or Treating?

Story By: Melissa Moua, Reporter

October 25, 2017


Filed under Holiday, Opinion

Growing up, Halloween was that one time of the year that parents would allow their kids to knock on strangers’ doors and ask for candy. When it comes to trick or treating, only kids are expected to go around the neighborhood to trick or treat. The minute a teenager hits puberty and enters th...

Indigenous People’s Celebration Denounces Columbus Day

Indigenous People’s Celebration Denounces Columbus Day

Story By: Marco Rosas, Entertainment Editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Community, Holiday, News, Race/Gender Issues

What comes to mind when you think of Columbus Day? Maybe you think of major sales in the stores or a day off from school. But the Native American community at Fresno City College voiced a much different view of Columbus Day on Oct. 9. “Columbus day celebrates racism, imperialism and genocide,”...

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