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PASS Center Marks International Women’s Day

PASS Center Marks International Women’s Day

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor

March 12, 2019

PASS center coordinator, Jennifer Dorian, would not allow the Fresno City College community to forget the significance of the International Women’s Day or the importance of women in society. Staff and students from the PASS center marched from the east side of the library to the free speech area...

Technology Support Services Department Seeks New Direction Following Departure of Director

Technology Support Services Department Seeks New Direction Following Departure of Director

Story By: Ben Hensley, News Editor

March 12, 2019

Brand new as well as used, non-working computer towers and screens stack high in the already cramped cubicles in the Technology Support Services office in the LI building. Extension cords and mice and their cables hang out from boxes which, both empty and full, reach from the floor nearly to the ceiling. Empty...

Adjunct Instructors Carry Heavy Load with Few Benefits

Adjunct Instructors Carry Heavy Load with Few Benefits

Story By: Gisella Luna, Reporter

March 12, 2019

In California, 68.9 percent of faculty at community colleges are part-time/contingent faculty. At Fresno City College, that number could be higher, depending on the program. Adjuncts represent the highest percentage of associate faculty working at California’s community colleges in over three...

Native American History ‘You Aren’t Always Told in School’

Native American History ‘You Aren’t Always Told in School’

Story By: Leticia Leal, Reporter

March 12, 2019

The government rips you away from your family, you are forced to grow up in a school, fed hardly nothing. You eat what is left out for the dogs. Your beautiful Native American hair cut by men who have tied you to a chair while you howl and scream. Hair is cut to honor and respect those who have passed,...

Volunteers Give Back to Valley Children’s Hospital on 32nd Annual Kids Day

Volunteers Give Back to Valley Children’s Hospital on 32nd Annual Kids Day

Story By: Leticia Leal, Reporter

March 12, 2019

People from all around the Central Valley came together for the 2019 Kids Day March 5 to sell Kids Day edition of the Fresno Bee to raise funds for the Valley Children’s Hospital (VCH). Volunteers stood out on the street in orange vests, asking for donations and and passing out papers to help save...

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