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Fresno City College Music Professor, Nominee for 64th Grammy Awards

Fresno City College Music Professor, Nominee for 64th Grammy Awards

Story By: James Pewthers, Reporter February 2, 2022

A professor at Fresno City College has been nominated for a Grammy Award. Kevin Cooper is a music instructor and member of the musical group AGAVE. Their 2021 album “American Originals - A New World,...

Flyer detailing the fall 2021 City Dance Concert. Image / FCCcitydance Instagram page

Fresno City College Dance Department’s Annual “City Dance” Concert

Story By: Samantha Morales, Entertainment Editor November 5, 2021

Fresno City College’s dance department is heading back to the stage with their fall 2021 City Dance Concert. Cristal Tiscareno, a FCC dance professor, plans for not only dancers but musicians and artists...

Image courtesy: Fresno City Colleges performance calendar

Fresno City College Music Department’s Rams Online Artist Recitals web Series

Story By: Johnny Cortez, Reporter May 14, 2021

Fresno City College’s Music Department created a web series called Rams Online Artist Recitals, also known as ROAR, which highlights some students in a digital setting.  ROAR was created in the fall...

Opera Zoom class, photo courtesy of Melissa Wolfmann

Fresno City College Opera Holds Virtual Concert for St. Patrick’s Celebration

Story By: Aroara Trimm, Entertainment Editor March 17, 2021

The opera program at Fresno City College is putting on a virtual concert for St. Patrick’s day in celebration of the holiday and the emotion of music.  The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. today...

Photo by Bill Oxford on Unsplash

Using Lyrics as Evidence: Distinguishing the Line Between Fiction and Real-Life

Story By: Dejah Edrington, Reporter February 3, 2021

In early January, the Maryland Court of Appeals ruled that song lyrics can be used as evidence in a crime.  27-year-old rapper, Lawerence Montague was found guilty of second-degree murder charges,...

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