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SCCCD Trustee Payne Under Investigation

SCCCD Trustee Payne Under Investigation

Story By: Frank Lopez, Opinion Editor

September 13, 2017

A state agency that monitors election finances is investigating State Center Community College Trustee, Eric Payne, for failing to file required documentation on time or not all. The Fair Political Practices Commission, a California political watchdog agency, is investigating complaints filed on Nov. 1...

FCC Instructors Discuss Racism and White Supremacy in ‘Unite the People’ Panel

FCC Instructors Discuss Racism and White Supremacy in ‘Unite the People’ Panel

Story By: Samantha Domingo, News Editor

August 31, 2017

A panel discussion on white supremacy, the events that transpired in Charlottesville, Va., and the Alt-right was held in the Old Administration Building Auditorium at Fresno City College on Aug. 30. The event, named “Unite the People,” was organized by American Indian Studies and Sociology inst...

Athletic Director Leaves For Clovis Unified. Who Will Fill The Permanent Position?

Athletic Director Leaves For Clovis Unified. Who Will Fill The Permanent Position?

Story By: Jorge Rodriguez, Sports Editor

August 29, 2017

Fresno City College is looking for a new athletics director to fill, on a permanent basis, the position vacated by Eric Swain who ended his tenure June 30. Cam Olson, former football coach at West Hills College, is holding the position on an interim basis. He was appointed to the position at the ...

District Challenged for Out-of-Class Pay Discrepancies

District Challenged for Out-of-Class Pay Discrepancies

Story By: Edward Smith, Copy/Opinion Editor

September 14, 2016

An office assistant in the library department has filed a formal complaint against the State Center Community College District concerning out-of-class pay and discrimination. In a testimony before the personnel commission on Aug. 23, Sabrina Gray said she, along with dozens of others, have been wor...

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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