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Group’s Visit to Campus Prompts Abortion Debate

Group’s Visit to Campus Prompts Abortion Debate

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor

March 28, 2019


Filed under Community, Health, News, Race/Gender Issues, School Events, Special Issue, Student Issues

Pro-abortion rights advocates and anti-abortion rights protesters clashed over the free speech rights of an anti-abortion group that visited the Fresno City College campus on March 19. The explosive exchange happened near the main fountain where the small group of about four speakers set up to engage...

Bad Wi-Fi? Technology Support Services Might Have Answers

Bad Wi-Fi? Technology Support Services Might Have Answers

Story By: Ramon Castanos, Reporter

March 13, 2019


Filed under Community, News, Student Issues

If you have trouble connecting with the Wi-Fi on the Fresno City College campus, you are not alone. According to Nathan Zierfuss-Hubbard, director of Technology Support Services (TSS), the campus Wi-Fi is slow because of old connectivity equipment and a large student population.  The good news is that Zier...

Dr. Herrera Professor of Chicano and Latin American Studies Visits FCC

Dr. Herrera Professor of Chicano and Latin American Studies Visits FCC

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor

March 13, 2019


Filed under Arts & Literature, Community, Literature, News, profile, Race/Gender Issues, Student Issues

Dr. Christina Herrera is making a difference within the Chicano community with the literary works she’s published such as, “Contemporary Chicana Literature: (Re) Writing the Maternal Script,” which explores the relationships between Chicana mothers and daughters.   Although lecturing is not...

“The Little Prince” Hits Center Stage at FCC

“The Little Prince” Hits Center Stage at FCC

Story By: Blake Evans, Reporter

March 7, 2019


Filed under Community, Entertainment, School Events

The Fresno City College Theatre Department’s play “The Little Prince,” by Rick Cummins and John Scoullar began its run on Friday, March 1. The play ran until Saturday, March 9. “The Little Prince” is an experience that simply can’t be missed. While unusual by today’s standards, it’s...

Talk Less, Listen More, Columbine Shooter’s Mom Urges

Talk Less, Listen More, Columbine Shooter’s Mom Urges

Story By: Angel de Jesus Jr., Reporter

February 28, 2019


Filed under Community, News, School Events, Special Issue

The mother of one of the perpetrators of Columbine, one of the deadliest school shootings, told a packed auditorium of Fresno City College students and staff why this tragedy occurred and how it might have been prevented. Sue Klebold spoke about her book “A Mother’s Reckoning; Living in the Aftermat...

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