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The Makings of a New ASG President

The Makings of a New ASG President

Story By: Hannah Lanier, Reporter

February 27, 2019

To many onlookers, Marisol Valdivia, the newly elected president of the Associated Student Government at Fresno City College, is walking into an untenable position.  She is the third leader of the student government this academic year. Her two predecessors both left under difficult circumstances; Christ...

Participants Reminded of History in Rites of Passage Ceremony

Participants Reminded of History in Rites of Passage Ceremony

Story By: Blake Evans and Tamika Rey

February 27, 2019

Fresno City College students and staff participated in FCC’s annual Rites of Passage ceremony, a part of the Black History Month celebration, on Feb. 21. The event, hosted by the campus’ Strengthening Young Men by Academic Achievement (SYMBAA) and Idile programs, provided a chance for African...

Poetry Instructor Celebrates Release of Third Book

Poetry Instructor Celebrates Release of Third Book

Story By: Blake Evans, Reporter

January 31, 2019

Fresno City College poetry instructor and former Poet Laureate of Fresno is celebrating the release of “Scar and Flower” on Jan. 31 in Room 251 of the Old Administration Building, from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45. Lee Herrick describes the book as a compilation of poems he’s written individually in resp...

New VP of Student Services Appointed

New VP of Student Services Appointed

Story By: Samantha Domingo, News Editor

December 12, 2017

After two years of not having a permanent vice president of Student Services at Fresno City College, the board of trustees has approved Lataria Hall to permanently fill the position. Hall will take over for acting Vice President Barbara Blanchard and will begin her position at FCC in January 2018. ...

Discussion of Indigenous Women Takes Center Stage

Discussion of Indigenous Women Takes Center Stage

Story By: Melissa Moua, Reporter

November 20, 2017

It was standing room only in the Skylight room of the Old Administration during a panel discussion of  “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” on Nov. 16. The panel consisted of Regina E. Murillo, Tongya, Kumeyaay, Absentee Shawnee, Natalie Deanda and Siletz.  Marissa Diaz and instructors Ber...

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