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Faculty Responds to the Continuation of Distance Learning For the Upcoming Spring Semester

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Story By: Jessie Martinez, Reporter

September 14, 2020

On Aug. 27, the State Center Community College District Chancellor announced the decision that the spring 2021 semester will be taught almost fully online. Considering that last semesters’ closures have impacted most students in one way or another, two faculty members have shared their opinions about the...

Coping With COVID-19: Getting the Ball Rolling Again

Co-athletic directors Paul Keysaw and Rhonda Williams, Monday Feb 10

Story By: Patrick Henslee, Sports Editor

April 28, 2020

Rhonda Williams was dropping off programs for a baseball game between the Fresno City College Rams and the Porterville College Pirates when her phone started buzzing with calls. “Everyone was asking me ‘Are you playing your game?’ I’m like ‘Yeah we’re playing our game. Why wouldn’t w...

Coping With COVID-19: Teachers Evolving With Students

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Story By: Janine Tate, Reporter

April 28, 2020

Fresno City College announced weeks ago that classes would be switching to an online format. Since then, students and faculty have been getting accustomed with Zoom, the online classes and their daily routines.  The COVID-19 pandemic has affected lives all over the world including FCC’s faculty who ar...

Coping With COVID-19: Student Experiences

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Story By: Natalie Gallegos, Reporter

April 28, 2020

Graduates: Changing the Direction of the Walk Carol Martinez-Guzman is a sociology major. Currently a senior in Design Science High School taking 13 credits at Fresno City College through a dual enrollment program. “It’s definitely been hard adjusting to this unexpected change. We all had plans and goals t...

Elizabeth Adams Hopes to Engineer a Better Environment

Elizabeth Adams is a Civil Engineering Professor who is motivated by threats to the environment.

Story By: Natalie Gallegos, Reporter

March 11, 2020

Old bicycles, trash and mattresses float along the polluted Portneuf River on the west side of railroad town Pocatello, Idaho.  There are no fish in sight. Every natural element of this environmental necessity, gone. This was the motivation that Elizabeth Adams, a civil engineering professor at Fres...

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