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College Offers Support as Dreamers Wonder if They’ll Have to ‘Give up School’

College Offers Support as Dreamers Wonder if They’ll Have to ‘Give up School’

Story By: Ashleigh Panoo, Editor-in-chief

September 5, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Race/Gender Issues

Community college leaders announced Tuesday that despite President Donald Trump ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, they stand behind the more than 1,200 DACA enrollees in the State Center Community College District. “Ending DACA is a heartless and senseless decision that goes a...

Looking for a Sense of Community? Join a Club, say Club Rush Participants

Looking for a Sense of Community? Join a Club, say Club Rush Participants

Story By: Jimmy Heng, Reporter

September 5, 2017


Filed under News

Fresno City College had their fall Club Rush on Aug. 30 from 10 p.m. to 2 p.m. in front of the library. Club Rush is an event that occurs early every semester and allows for the campus clubs to gain more exposure and recruit new members. Some clubs talked about their experience during Club Rush and wh...

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


Filed under Community, Faculty, News, Q&A, Race/Gender Issues, School Events, Student Issues

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...

Residents See Proposed West Fresno Campus as ‘Beacon of Culture’

Residents See Proposed West Fresno Campus as ‘Beacon of Culture’

Story By: Seth Casey, Reporter

August 30, 2017


Filed under Community, News

Fresno City College administrators and faculty met with local leaders from the west Fresno community at the Economic Opportunity Commission center on Aug. 29, to discuss how a new satellite campus could positively impact the area and its residents. The event was coordinated by Carole Goldsmith, president of FCC,...

Construction Complicates Commute to FCC

Construction Complicates Commute to FCC

Story By: David Hernandez, Reporter

August 29, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Student Issues

Every student’s commute to Fresno City College is different. Through all of the chaos, students new and old have had to deal with traffic and detours due to construction on McKinley Avenue. Construction on McKinley has been going on since May 1. Workers have been installing a new underground ...

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