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New ASG President Wants to Bridge Gap between ASG and Students

New ASG President Wants to Bridge Gap between ASG and Students

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Managing/News Editor

September 14, 2016

The pressure is on for Kou Xiong as he takes his place as the new Associated Student Government president at Fresno City College. But Xiong is no rookie. Years of experience as well as a knack for balancing home, work and school life have led him to the position. On top of his presidential dutie...

Student Appeals Suspension and Dog’s Ban from Campus

Student Appeals Suspension and Dog’s Ban from Campus

Story By: Larry Valenzuela, Broadcast Editor

September 13, 2016

A Fresno City College student has appealed his suspension from all State Center Community College campuses because of “disruptive behavior” involving him and his service dog, Zapata. Larry Rodriguez, 63, is also asking the college community to support his petition and to write testimonies abo...

College Bans Zapata and Owner After Warnings

College Bans Zapata and Owner After Warnings

Story By: Larry Valenzuela, Broadcast Editor

September 9, 2016

Fresno City College student Larry Rodriguez is asking for support after the college issued a suspension notice claiming that he has not followed orders to keep his companion dog Zapata under control and off campus. A Sept. 8 letter from Interim Vice President of Student Services Rojelio Vasquez says R...

New Interim Police Chief Shares Hiring Goals for Semester

New Interim Police Chief Shares Hiring Goals for Semester

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Managing/News Editor

August 28, 2016

He may only be staying for one semester, but State Center Community College District Interim Police Chief Dave Paris hopes the changes he makes, including finding his successor and hiring eight more officers, will have a long-term effect on the Fresno City College campus. The district announced in an email to facu...

Fresno City College sees frequent theft since start of semester

Fresno City College sees frequent theft since start of semester

Story By: Cresencio Rodriguez, Editor in Chief

August 25, 2016

A string of burglaries or attempted break-ins were discovered on the campus, forcing Fresno City College administrators to push for an increase in security measures. Fine, Performing and Communication Arts division Dean Neil Vanderpool said Thursday in an email to division faculty that around $5,000...

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