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Block Party Empowers Southeast Fresno Community

Block Party Empowers Southeast Fresno Community

Story By: Blake Evans, Reporter

October 11, 2018


Filed under Community, News

Dozens turned out for MPWR Community Block Party, on Sept. 30, where MPWR’s community organizers worked with the local neighborhood to paint a mural. Music, dancing, and games accompanied the event with free food catered by local food truck El Gordo’s Hotdogs. Founded in 2017 by the Fresno County...

Indigenous People’s Day Alive at FCC

Indigenous People’s Day Alive at FCC

Story By: Paulina Rodriguez Ruiz, News Editor

October 11, 2018


Filed under Community, News

The smell of sage wafted through the air amidst a crowd of 100 people gathered in front of the Student Activities Building to celebrate Indigenous People’s Day on Oct. 8. Participants began to gather around 11 a.m., then the procession began at 11:20 a.m. with a blessing ceremony by Delaine Bill,...

Somber Ceremony Marks 9/11

Somber Ceremony Marks 9/11

Story By: Gage Carmichael, Reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under Community, News, Police

Dozens of Fresno City College students, faculty and cadets from the police and fire academies memorialized the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks with speeches and reflections. “Hard to believe it happened 17 years ago,” said Michael Grahl, a State Center Community College District ...

Are We Vulnerable to a Mass Shooting at FCC?

Are We Vulnerable to a Mass Shooting at FCC?

Story By: Christian Hurtado, Reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under Community, Guns, Opinion, Student Issues

In the early afternoon of Aug. 26, 2018 David Katz walked into a pizza parlor in Jacksonville, Florida where a video game tournament was being held and opened fire, killing two people and injuring at least 10, before killing himself. Killings like this have plagued the headlines for years now. The...

FCC Students React to a Future Smoke-Free Campus

FCC Students React to a Future Smoke-Free Campus

Story By: Toni Woodruff, Reporter

August 30, 2018


Filed under Community, News

Fresno City College students are speaking out about their school becoming a smoke free campus. “Everyone’s different, let them have their vices,” said brothers, Derek and Scott Bullis who frequently use the smoking areas to “relieve stress.” In January of 2015 FCC designated eight areas...

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