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Center Works to Connect Indigenous Communities to Resources

Center Works to Connect Indigenous Communities to Resources

Story By: Paulina Rodriguez Ruiz, News Editor

October 11, 2018


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The Binational Center for the Development of Oaxacan Indigenous Communities (Centro Binacional Para el Desarollo Inidigena Oaxaqueño) located near the corner of Abby and Harvey streets, is working to connect indigenous Oaxacan communities to educational, political, and cultural resources. The CBDIO...

Man Died by Apparent Suicide at McKinley and Blackstone

Man Died by Apparent Suicide at McKinley and Blackstone

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor-in-Chief

September 30, 2018


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A man died after jumping in front of a northbound train at the intersection of Blackstone and McKinley, Sunday, Sept. 30. The man, apparently in his early 20s, seemed to have intentionally jumped in front of a freight train shortly after 9 a.m. according to preliminary information provided by Lt....

President Orders Student Government to Be Trained on Brown Act, Responsibilities

President Orders Student Government to Be Trained on Brown Act, Responsibilities

Story By: Larry Valenzuela, Multimedia Editor

September 27, 2018


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Just one day after the release of a Rampage story concerning the violations of Brown Act in the Associated Student Government, Carole Goldsmith, president of Fresno City College, informed Christopher Washington, ASG president, that the student government will be attending a two-hour workshop, focusing on...

Tower Yoga Comes To Form Within The Tower District Community

Tower Yoga Comes To Form Within The Tower District Community

Story By: Gage Carmichael, Reporter

September 26, 2018


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Tower Yoga is opening its doors to the public Sep. 22 in hopes of not only bringing together Fresno’s Tower District and the greater Central Valley community for interactive yoga classes, but also creating a safe space for all who step through its doors. Jameson Henkle, co-owner and teacher at Tower...

Xochipahtli: Healing Through Flowers

Story By: Blake Evans, Reporter

September 26, 2018


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As the healing rituals of the natural world become a lost art, one woman works to reclaim her heritage through the practice of flower medicine. Former Fresno City College student and multimedia artist Adrianna Alejo Sorondo wasn’t born with a green thumb. In fact, she never pictured a future in...

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