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Group’s Visit to Campus Prompts Abortion Debate

Group’s Visit to Campus Prompts Abortion Debate

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. Herrera Professor of Chicano and Latin American Studies Visits FCC

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...

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...

Participants Reminded of History in Rites of Passage Ceremony

Participants Reminded of History in Rites of Passage Ceremony

Story By: Blake Evans and Tamika Rey

February 27, 2019

Fresno City College students and staff participated in FCC’s annual Rites of Passage ceremony, a part of the Black History Month celebration, on Feb. 21. The event, hosted by the campus’ Strengthening Young Men by Academic Achievement (SYMBAA) and Idile programs, provided a chance for African...

Discussion of Indigenous Women Takes Center Stage

Discussion of Indigenous Women Takes Center Stage

Story By: Melissa Moua, Reporter

November 20, 2017

It was standing room only in the Skylight room of the Old Administration during a panel discussion of  “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women” on Nov. 16. The panel consisted of Regina E. Murillo, Tongya, Kumeyaay, Absentee Shawnee, Natalie Deanda and Siletz.  Marissa Diaz and instructors Ber...

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