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Indigenous People’s Celebration Denounces Columbus Day

Indigenous People’s Celebration Denounces Columbus Day

Story By: Marco Rosas, Entertainment Editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Community, Holiday, News, Race/Gender Issues

What comes to mind when you think of Columbus Day? Maybe you think of major sales in the stores or a day off from school. But the Native American community at Fresno City College voiced a much different view of Columbus Day on Oct. 9. “Columbus day celebrates racism, imperialism and genocide,”...

FCC Instructors and Students Paint Mural for the Valley

FCC Instructors and Students Paint Mural for the Valley

Story By: Jimmy Heng, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Arts & Literature, Community, Entertainment, Faculty, News

A mural by a Fresno City College art instructor and his students is on display at the Fresno County Historical Museum. Kevin Stewart-Magee was chosen by Union Park and Workers Memorial Foundation to create a mural to commemorate the hard workers of the valley. The 144-square-foot mural, “Honoring...

FCC Freshman Takes Lead in Community Activism

FCC Freshman Takes Lead in Community Activism

Story By: Seth Casey, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Community, Features/Profiles, News, Race/Gender Issues, Student Issues

Courage can manifest in many ways. It is a trait all are capable of, but few truly display. For 18-year-old Fresno City College freshman Sophia Bautista, courage is doing the right thing, regardless of fear, doubt or opposition. “Straddling that hyphen between Filipino and American really added...

Looking for a Summer Internship? The FBI Is Recruiting

Looking for a Summer Internship? The FBI Is Recruiting

Story By: Anthony De Leon, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Community, News, School Events, Student Issues

If you are looking for a summer 2018 internship, look no further. The FBI is looking for a few good people, and you might be one of them. According to Steve Dupre, a special agent, who was on the Fresno City College campus on Oct. 3 as part of his state-wide recruiting trip, the FBI is currently looking...

The Tale of Kalaupapa and Unity Through Hardships

The Tale of Kalaupapa and Unity Through Hardships

Story By: Marco Rosas, Entertainment Editor

October 11, 2017


Filed under Community, News, Race/Gender Issues

For some, Hawaii is a tropical paradise, but for others, the beaches and palm trees pale in comparison to the people. This was part of the presentation by Fred Woods, a professor at Brigham Young University, speaker at the Fresno Multi-Faith Exchange event on Oct. 5 in Room 251 of the Old Administration...

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