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Let it Grow for No-Shave November

Let it Grow for No-Shave November

Story By: Avery Johnston, Reporter

November 13, 2019

Things are looking scruffy for people this month as the annual No-Shave November, held Nov. 1-30, campaign raises awareness for cancer. The demonstration raises awareness of cancer, as patients undergoing radiation therapy tend to lose their hair. The goal is to raise money by participants donating...

ISSUE 6 Broadcast

Story By: Leticia Leal

November 6, 2019

Living Undocumented

Living Undocumented

Story By: Tommy Tribble, Hannah Lanier, Leilani Bustos, Avery Johnston, and Alfredo Rodriguez

November 6, 2019

Jaquelin was only 7 years old when she crossed the border. The trip from Tijuana to the border took three days. She remembers every detail. The tall, grassy field where they met their guide, the same grass they walked through for miles. Her mother’s hands and feet grew swollen, and she could no ...

There is Still “Hope for the Holidays”

There is Still “Hope for the Holidays”

Story By: Kris Hall, Online Editor

November 6, 2019

As is tradition, Fresno City College’s “Hope for the Holidays” is also preparing for the giving season. The “Hope for the Holidays” committee is rewarding students who need help this season using donations from students and other members of the community. In order to be selected, students...

Valley High School Students Attend Journalism Day at FCC

Valley High School Students Attend Journalism Day at FCC

Story By: Leilani Bustos, Reporter

October 28, 2019

Fresno City College hosted its fourth annual High School Journalism Conference on Friday, Oct. 25, exposing high schools from across the valley to firsthand journalistic experience. The conference kicked off with an orientation and speeches by Dympna Ugwu-Oju, journalism instructor and Carole Goldsmith,...

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