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Black History Month Preview

Story By: Hannah Medrano, Reporter

January 31, 2020

Fresno City College will begin celebrating African American History Month on Feb. 3 with an opening ceremony in the Old Administrative Building Auditorium.  The event will feature Education Reform Advocate Angie Barfield and a drum and dance performance from a FCC instructor. The event will be he...

All Gender Restrooms, Shower Curtains in High Demand, Says Allied Staff President.

All Gender Restrooms, Shower Curtains in High Demand, Says Allied Staff President.

Story By: Natalie Gallegos, Reporter

October 23, 2019

A previous version of this story incorrectly paraphrased Arien Reed and mischaracterized his relationship with Shannon Robertson, the director of construction services for the district. The article originally said that a lack of safe and gender-inclusive restrooms contributed to class drops, when it ...

Indigenous People’s Day Celebration Spreads Awareness of Crisis in Native American Communities

FCC student Robert Davis of the Cherokee tribe shows his support with face paint at the Indigenous People's Day rally on Oct. 14, 2019 symbolizing the awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women.

Story By: Leilani Bustos, Reporter

October 23, 2019

Red handprints across mouths, drums in hand. People of all ages rallied for missing and murdered Native American women during the celebration of Indigenous People’s Day on Monday, Oct. 14, 2019, marching across the Fresno City College campus. Organizers of the event said they hope to spread awareness...

Group’s Visit to Campus Prompts Abortion Debate

Amy Ronhaar, a pro-choice activist, confronts anti-abortion rights protesters.

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor

March 28, 2019

Pro-abortion rights advocates and anti-abortion rights protesters clashed over the free speech rights of an anti-abortion group that visited the Fresno City College campus on March 19. The explosive exchange happened near the main fountain where the small group of about four speakers set up to engage...

Dr. Herrera Professor of Chicano and Latin American Studies Visits FCC

Dr. Cristina Herrera sits with reporter Tamika Rey to discuss the inner workings of her literary work, “CONTEMPORARY CHICANA LITERATURE: (Re)Writing the Maternal Script”, Friday, March 1, 2019.

Story By: Tamika Rey, News Editor

March 13, 2019

Dr. Christina Herrera is making a difference within the Chicano community with the literary works she’s published such as, “Contemporary Chicana Literature: (Re) Writing the Maternal Script,” which explores the relationships between Chicana mothers and daughters.   Although lecturing is not...

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