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Team With No Home

Story By: Emilio Gutierez, Ray Juarez

March 16, 2010

 The Rams track team finds itself homeless for the second consecutive season as the poor economy, apparently poor initial construction, and everyday wear and tear continue to erode Fresno City College's track inside Ratcliffe Stadium.The all-weather track, built in 1986, now operates as a practice t...

Farmers Market Welcomes Students

Story By: Emilio Gutierrez

March 16, 2010

 Students looking for an alternative to the food fare on campus might consider walking down to the corner of Van Ness and Olive avenues to the To-wer District Farmer's Market.Produce and merchandise varies at the market, which is essentially a central Fresno swap meet. Vendors also vary, depending...

FCC Students Do It For The Kids

Story By: Ramiro Gudino

March 16, 2010

On March 9, two dozen Fresno City College student organizations collected $7,798.91 for the Children's Hospital Central California by participating in Kids Day. Established in 1988, Kids Day is an annual event devoted to raising money for the hospital.According to Janice Wong, a college center assistan...

Panel ‘Takes Stock’ and Addresses Gender Issues In The Workplace

Story By: Ramiro Gudino and Andrew Turner

March 16, 2010

 In honor of Women's History Month, an all-women panel discussed what it means to be a woman in the 21st century at a forum in the Fresno City College Theater on Monday.The panel was composed of Dr. Cynthia Azari, FCC president, Dr. Edythe Steward, general surgeon, Margaret Mims, Fresno County S...

Lewis Appearance Postponed Yet Again

Story By: Andrew Veihmeyer

March 16, 2010

 Former Fresno City College quarterback Emmanuel Lewis will appear again in court March 19 for a preliminary hearing on drug charges.A Fresno County Superior Court judge on Feb. 26 gave Lewis' attorney a second time extension to prepare the former football star's defense.Judge Jonathan R. Conkl...

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