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Assemblymember Presents $1 Million Grant to FCC’s CTE Program

Assemblymember Presents $1 Million Grant to FCC’s CTE Program

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Editor in Chief

October 11, 2018


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Joaquin Arambula, 31st district California state assemblymember, presented the Career and Technical Education (CTE) program with a $1 million grant on Oct. 9. Arambula gave a press conference in the parking lot between the T-buildings before an audience of faculty, students, members of the Electrical...

Club Rush Focuses on Membership

Club Rush Focuses on Membership

Story By: Bryan Beltran, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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Clubs and organizations at Fresno City College hoped to create awareness as well as recruit new members during the Club Rush on Oct. 3, 2018. A diversity of booths and clubs--the LGBTQ Spectrum club; the Teachers of Tomorrow club, and the US Army’s booth--were on display and hoping to recruit new...

ASG Leaders Vow They’ll Work Together for Students

ASG Leaders Vow They’ll Work Together for Students

Story By: Larry Valenzuela, Multimedia Editor

October 11, 2018


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The president of the Associated Student Government apologized for his characterization of the Rampage as “bad propaganda and yellow journalism.” He said during an interview on Oct. 8 that he had been “very reactional” and no longer believed the Rampage was propaganda. “I can’t blame...

‘Lies My Teacher Told Me’ James Loewen Speaks at FCC

‘Lies My Teacher Told Me’ James Loewen Speaks at FCC

Story By: Toni Woodruff, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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History professor and sociologist, James Loewen told a Fresno City College audience Thursday, Oct. 4 that the history that most American students are taught is distorted and leaves out the contributions of women and minority groups. “What happened to me was an ah-ha experience but really it should...

The Horrors of Midterms

The Horrors of Midterms

Story By: Kellie Clark, Reporter

October 11, 2018


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With the holidays drawing near, a sense of dread stalks the halls of Fresno City College. Halloween is only a few days away, just in time for one of the most horrifying times of year. Midterms. Students are bustling around trying to get notes done, buy that book that they’ve been holding off on,...

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